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John Whitaker

The history of Manchester. In four books. By John Whitaker B.D. F.S.A. and fellow of C.C.C. Oxford.

London: Sold by Mess. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, White and Lowndes in Fleet-street, Payne at the Mews-Gate, Cadell in the Strand, Davis in Holbourn, Baker and Leigh in York-street Convent-Garden, and Brotherton and Sewell on Cornhill; by Parker at Oxford, and the Merrils at Cambridge; and by Newton, Clarke, and Harrop at Manchester, 1771.
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The history of Manchester. In four books. By John Whitaker B.D. F.S.A. and fellow of C.C.C. Oxford. Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Rep. Ledger
George LorillardVolume 16/28/18007/3/1800History Manchester
George LorillardVolume 19/11/18009/26/1800History Manchester
Archibald RobertsonVolume 111/9/180111/17/1801Whitacers Manch
Peter WilsonVolume 17/20/18029/5/1802Whitecar's Mancester
Peter WilsonVolume 29/5/18022/5/1803"
Peter WilsonVolume 12/5/18032/8/1803"
William UstickVolume 17/25/18038/8/1803Whiteckers Manchester
DeWitt Clinton8/9/18038/9/1803Whitaker's Manchester
DeWitt ClintonVolume 18/9/18038/20/1803"
DeWitt ClintonVolume 28/9/18038/20/1803"
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