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The diverting jumble: or, they shall be saved. Being a collection of pamphlets on various subjects, which have been heretofore published, and tho' well received by the public, might have perished.
London: Printed for Thomas Harris; and sold by all the booksellers, 1747.
NoteVolume numbers are recorded as they appear in the charging ledgers, and may not correspond to the number of volumes listed in the Library's 19th century catalogs.
A precise edition for this title cannot be identified as a reference to this title cannot be located in the Library's historic catalogs. See ESTC links at left for a complete list of editions that may have been owned by the Library.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Benjamin Moore||7/11/1805||7/13/1805||Diverting Jumble|
|John P. Schermerhorn||7/13/1805||7/29/1805||Diverting Jumble|
|Benjamin J. Moore||7/20/1805||7/23/1805||Diverting Jumble|
|John S. Doughty||Volume 2||8/22/1805||8/26/1805||Diverting Jumble|
|John S. Doughty||Volume 1||8/22/1805||8/26/1805||Diverting Jumble|