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Robert Dossie

The handmaid to the arts.

London: Printed for J. Nourse, 1764, 1764.
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Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Joseph WinterVolume 12/22/18002/26/1800Handmaid to Arts
George Christian AnthonVolume 13/10/18003/11/1800Handmaid to the Arts
Valentine SeamanVolume 15/3/18005/12/1800Handmaid Arts
Charles S. RichardsonVolume 11/3/18011/15/1801Handmaid to Arts
John CrygierVolume 21/13/18011/31/1801Handmaid Arts
John ForbesVolume 11/28/18011/28/1801Hand Maid to Arts
Joseph Winter3/21/18013/21/1801Handmaid to Arts
Hannah DrakeVolume 15/14/18015/15/1801Handmaid to Arts
Columbia UniversityVolume 111/7/180112/7/1801Handmaid to the ArtsHenry Schenck
Henry Schenck12/7/180112/7/1801Hand Arts
William OgilvieVolume 112/7/180112/18/1801Hand Maid Arts
Colonel Melancton SmithVolume 19/13/18029/14/1802Handmaid Arts
Colonel Melancton SmithVolume 29/14/18029/16/1802"
Colonel Melancton SmithVolume 39/16/18029/16/1802"
James C. WinterVolume 111/24/180311/25/1803Hand Maid Arts
Israel HavelandVolume 110/22/180410/25/1804Handmaid to Arts
Israel HavelandVolume 210/25/180410/30/1804"
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