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A Concise historical account of all the British colonies in North-America, comprehending their rise, progress, and modern state; particularly of the Massachusets-Bay, (the seat of the present civil war) together with the other provinces of New-England. To which is annexed, an accurate descriptive table of the several countries; exhibiting, at one view, their respective boundaries, dimensions, longitudes, latitudes, divisions, or counties, chief towns, capes, harbours, bays, rivers, various productions, animals, &c. &c. Interspersed with particulars relative to the different soils and climates, capital cities, &c. &c.
Dublin: Printed for Caleb Jenkin, No. 58, Dame-Street, and John Beatty, No 32, Skinner-Row , 1776.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Jeremiah Wool||1/9/1791||1/12/1791||British Colonies|
|Samuel Franklin||2/28/1791||3/1/1791||British Colonies-Lamb|
|Garrett B. Abeel||12/10/1791||12/12/1791||British Col. in America|
|Bernard Hart||4/10/1792||4/11/1792||Hist B.C.|