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Obadiah Bookworm

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.
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Volume 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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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. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Benjamin Moore7/11/18057/13/1805Diverting Jumble
John P. Schermerhorn7/13/18057/29/1805Diverting Jumble
Benjamin J. Moore7/20/18057/23/1805Diverting Jumble
John S. DoughtyVolume 28/22/18058/26/1805Diverting Jumble
John S. DoughtyVolume 18/22/18058/26/1805Diverting Jumble
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