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The works of Nicholas Machiavel, secretary of state to the republic of Florence. Newly translated from the originals; illustrated with notes, anecdotes, dissertations, and the life of Machiavel, never before published; and several new plans on the art of war. By Ellis Farneworth, M. A. Vicar of Rosthern in Cheshire, translator of the Life of Pope Sixtus V. and Davila’s History of the civil wars of France. In two volumes. ...
London: Davies., 1762.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|William Houston||Volume 1||6/18/1790||7/1/1790||Machiavels works|
|William Houston||Volume 2||7/2/1790||7/29/1790||Machiavel Works|
|John Parsons||Volume 1||7/13/1790||7/19/1790||Machiavel's Works|
|Robert R. Randall||Volume 1||6/30/1800||7/25/1800||Machevals Works|
|Robert R. Randall||Volume 2||7/31/1800||8/16/1800||Machavals Works|
|Walter B. Hunt||Volume 1||3/7/1801||3/30/1801||Machiavellis Works|
|Charles Wilkes||Volume 1||9/25/1801||12/8/1801||Machiavile Works|
|Charles Wilkes||Volume 2||12/8/1801||12/19/1801||Machievals Works|
|Theodorus Van Wyck||Volume 1||1/5/1802||2/8/1802||1/||Macheavals Works|