Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Philip MarkPosthumous works of Frederic II. King of Prussia. Volume 1
transcribed: King Prussias works
1/11/17912/5/17918p
Philip MarkPosthumous works of Frederic II. King of Prussia. Volume 2
transcribed: "
2/5/17912/14/1791
Philip MarkPosthumous works of Frederic II. King of Prussia. Volume 3
transcribed: "
2/14/17913/7/1791
Philip MarkPosthumous works of Frederic II. King of Prussia. Volume 5
transcribed: "
3/7/17913/15/1791
Philip MarkOeuvres de Monsieur de V*** [Voltaire]. Volume 1
transcribed: Voltaire French
3/22/17914/7/17912p
Philip MarkLetters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his son, Phil... Volume 1
transcribed: Chesterfields Letter
5/29/17916/30/17911s/6p
Philip MarkEvelina; or, the history of a young lady’s entrance into the world. Volume 1
transcribed: Evelina
7/16/17917/28/1791
Philip MarkEvelina; or, the history of a young lady’s entrance into the world. Volume 2
transcribed: "
7/28/17918/30/17911s/9p
Philip MarkCecilia Volume 1
transcribed: Cecilia
8/30/17919/2/1791
Philip MarkCecilia Volume 2
transcribed: "
9/2/17919/3/1791
Philip MarkCecilia Volume 3
transcribed: "
9/3/17919/5/1791
Philip MarkDelia, a pathetic and interesting tale. In Four Volumes ... Volume 1
transcribed: Delia
9/5/17919/7/1791
Philip MarkThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 2
transcribed: Gordon War
9/13/17919/19/1791
Philip MarkThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 3
transcribed: "
9/19/17919/24/1791
Philip MarkThe history of the rise, progress, and establishment, of the independence of the United States of America Volume 4
transcribed: "
9/24/179110/6/1791
Philip MarkThe works of Henry Fielding, Esq; Volume 1
transcribed: Fielding
10/7/179110/10/1791
Philip MarkA collection of scarce and valuable tracts, on the most interesting and entertaining subjects
transcribed: Valuable tracts
John Somers10/10/179110/18/1791
Philip MarkCicero’s epistles to Atticus. With notes historical, explanatory, and critical. Translated into English, ... Volume 1
transcribed: Ciceros epistles
10/18/179110/21/1791
Philip MarkThe history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of t... Volume 1
transcribed: Life Cicero
10/21/179110/25/1791
Philip MarkThe history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of t... Volume 2
transcribed: "
10/25/179110/31/1791
Philip MarkThe history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of t... Volume 3
transcribed: "
11/1/179111/4/1791
Philip MarkLetters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his son, Phil... Volume 1
transcribed: Chesterfield Letters
11/4/179111/12/1791
Philip MarkCicero’s epistles to Atticus. With notes historical, explanatory, and critical. Translated into English, ... Volume 2
transcribed: Ciceros epistles
11/12/179111/24/1791
Philip MarkLetters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his son, Phil... Volume 2
transcribed: Chesterfields
11/24/179111/30/1791
Philip MarkThe life of Baron Frederic Trenck; containing his adventures; his cruel and excessive sufferings, during ten years im...
transcribed: Trenk
Friedrich Freiherr von der Trenck11/30/179112/3/1791
Philip MarkMemoirs of the life and reign of Frederick the Third [sic], King of Prussia / by Joseph Towers, L.L.D. Volume 1
transcribed: Tower friedk
12/3/179112/13/1791
Philip MarkMemoirs of the life and reign of Frederick the Third [sic], King of Prussia / by Joseph Towers, L.L.D. Volume 2
transcribed: "
12/13/179112/19/1791
Philip MarkAn easy and compendious system of shorthand; adapted to the arts and sciences, and to the learned professions. By Tho...
transcribed: Gurney
Thomas Gurney12/19/179112/20/1791
Philip MarkA new geographical, Historical, and Commercial grammar; and present state of the several kingdoms of the world. Conta...
transcribed: Guthries Grammar
William Guthrie12/20/17911/4/1792
Philip MarkA new geographical, Historical, and Commercial grammar; and present state of the several kingdoms of the world. Conta...
transcribed: " con
William Guthrie1/4/17921/24/1792
Philip MarkThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 1
transcribed: World Displayed
1/24/17921/25/1792
Philip MarkLetters written by Sir W. Temple, Bart. and other ministers of state, both at home and abroad. Containing, ... Volume 1
transcribed: Temples Letters
1/25/17921/26/1792
Philip MarkThe preceptor Volume 1
transcribed: Preceptor
1/26/17922/15/1792
Philip MarkThe preceptor Volume 2
transcribed: "
2/15/17923/7/1792
Philip MarkThe preceptor Volume 2
transcribed: " con
3/7/17923/17/1792
Philip MarkThe history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote. Translated from the Spanish of Miguel De Cervantes ... Volume 1
transcribed: Don Quixote
3/17/17923/20/1792
Philip MarkHarrison’s British classicks. Volume 7
transcribed: Classics
4/5/17924/18/1792
Philip MarkThe life of Voltaire; with notes illustrative and explanatory. Translated from the French, By G.P. Monke, lieutenant ...
transcribed: Voltaires life
abbé Théophile Imarigeon Duvernet4/18/17924/30/1792
Philip MarkThe works of the Marchioness de Lambert. Volume 1
transcribed: Lamberts Works
4/30/17925/14/1792
Bernard HartThe voyages and adventures of Captain Robert Boyle, in several parts of the world. Intermix’d with the story of Mrs...
transcribed: Boyles Voyages
William Rufus Chetwood9/30/179110/14/1791
Bernard HartA voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world
transcribed: Cooks Voyages
James Cook10/14/179110/18/1791
Bernard HartA voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world Volume 2
transcribed: "
10/18/179110/20/1791
Bernard HartA voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world Volume 1
transcribed: "
10/20/179110/22/1791
Bernard HartA voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world Volume 2
transcribed: "
10/22/179110/24/1791
Bernard HartA voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world Volume 3
transcribed: "
10/24/179110/26/1791
Bernard HartA voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world Volume 4
transcribed: "
10/26/179110/28/1791
Bernard HartAn account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty, for making discoveries in the southern hemi...
transcribed: Hawksworth
John Hawkesworth10/28/179110/29/1791
Bernard HartEmmeline, the orphan of the castle. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Volume 1
transcribed: Emmeline
10/29/179111/8/1791
Bernard HartEmmeline, the orphan of the castle. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Volume 2
transcribed: "
11/8/179111/16/1791
Bernard HartLetters from the Duchess de Crui and others, on subjects moral and entertaining, wherein the character of t... Volume 1
transcribed: De Cruis Letters
11/16/179111/17/1791
Bernard HartLetters from the Duchess de Crui and others, on subjects moral and entertaining, wherein the character of t... Volume 2
transcribed: "
11/17/179111/18/1791
Bernard HartLetters from the Duchess de Crui and others, on subjects moral and entertaining, wherein the character of t... Volume 3
transcribed: "
11/19/179111/21/1791
Bernard HartLetters from the Duchess de Crui and others, on subjects moral and entertaining, wherein the character of t... Volume 4
transcribed: "
11/21/179111/26/1791
Bernard HartLetters from the Duchess de Crui and others, on subjects moral and entertaining, wherein the character of t... Volume 5
transcribed: "
11/26/179111/28/1791
Bernard HartPhoebe, or Distressed innocence Volume 1
transcribed: Phebe
11/28/179112/2/1791
Bernard HartPhoebe, or Distressed innocence Volume 2
transcribed: "
12/2/179112/3/1791
Bernard HartA series of genuine letters, between Henry and Frances. Accepit famam, nec minus illa dedit. Volume 2
transcribed: Henry & francis
12/3/179112/6/1791
Bernard HartA series of genuine letters, between Henry and Frances. Accepit famam, nec minus illa dedit. Volume 3
transcribed: "
12/6/179112/7/1791
Bernard HartA series of genuine letters, between Henry and Frances. Accepit famam, nec minus illa dedit. Volume 4
transcribed: "
12/7/179112/8/1791
Bernard HartA series of genuine letters, between Henry and Frances. Accepit famam, nec minus illa dedit. Volume 5
transcribed: "
12/8/179112/10/1791
Bernard HartA series of genuine letters, between Henry and Frances. Accepit famam, nec minus illa dedit. Volume 6
transcribed: "
12/10/179112/12/1791
Bernard HartThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 37
transcribed: Johnson
12/12/179112/16/1791
Bernard HartThe works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Samuel Johnson. Volume 38
transcribed: "
12/16/179112/17/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 15
transcribed: World displayed
12/17/179112/19/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 1
transcribed: "
12/19/179112/20/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 2
transcribed: "
12/20/179112/21/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 3
transcribed: "
12/22/179112/24/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 4
transcribed: "
12/24/179112/26/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 8
transcribed: "
12/28/179112/28/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 10
transcribed: "
12/29/179112/30/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 9
transcribed: "
12/30/179112/31/1791
Bernard HartThe World displayed; or, A curious collection of voyages and travels, selected and compiled from the writer... Volume 11
transcribed: "
12/31/179112/31/1791
Bernard HartLetters from a persian in England, to his friend at Ispahan. The seventh edition, corrected and altered by the author.
transcribed: Persian Letters
George Lyttelton12/31/17911/3/1792
Bernard HartThe platonic marriage
transcribed: Platonic Marriage
Mrs. H. Cartwright1/3/17921/12/1792
Bernard HartLetters written by the late Right Honourable Lady Luxborough, to William Shenstone, Esq
transcribed: Lady Lux
Baroness Henrietta Knight Luxborough1/12/17921/14/1792
Bernard HartThe virtuous villagers, a novel. In a series of letters. By John Potter, M.B. Author of the Curate of Coven... Volume 2
transcribed: Virtuous Villager
1/14/17921/20/1792
Bernard HartThe Universal asylum, and Columbian magazine. Volume 2
transcribed: Coulum Mag
1/20/17921/25/1792
Bernard HartThe Wit’s magazine; or, Monthly entertainer.
transcribed: Wit Mag
1/25/17921/27/1792
Bernard HartThe Literary magazine and British review for ... Volume 2
transcribed: Lit Mag
1/27/17921/28/1792
Bernard HartThe convent Volume 1
transcribed: Convent
1/28/17921/30/1792
Bernard HartHarrison’s British classicks. Volume 3
transcribed: H Classick
1/30/17922/4/1792
Bernard HartA collection of the most esteemed farces and entertainments performed on the British stage. Volume 1
transcribed: Farces
2/4/17922/6/1792
Bernard HartA collection of the most esteemed farces and entertainments performed on the British stage. Volume 3
transcribed: "
2/6/17922/7/1792
Bernard HartThe Irish guardian. A pathetic story. In two volumes. By a lady. ...
transcribed: Irish Guardian
Lady2/7/17922/11/1792
Bernard HartThe excursion, a novel, by Mrs. Brooke, Author of Julia Mandeville, Emily Montague, &c. In two volumes. ...
transcribed: Excursion
Frances Moore Brooke2/11/17922/14/1792
Bernard HartThe Irish guardian. A pathetic story. In two volumes. By a lady. ...
transcribed: Irish Guardian
Lady2/14/17922/15/1792
Bernard HartThe excursion, a novel, by Mrs. Brooke, Author of Julia Mandeville, Emily Montague, &c. In two volumes.... Volume 2
transcribed: Excursion
2/15/17922/16/1792
Bernard HartThe correspondence of two lovers, inhabitants of Lyons. Published from the French originals. In three volumes. ...
transcribed: Two Lovers
2/16/17922/21/1792
Bernard HartThe fortunate country maid. Being the entertaining memoirs of the present celebrated Marchioness of L.V. Who from a c...
transcribed: Country Maid
Charles de Fieux Mouhy2/21/17923/3/1792
Bernard HartThe marriage act. A novel. In which the ruin of female honour, the contempt of the clergy, the destruction ... Volume 1
transcribed: Marriage Act
3/3/17923/3/1792
Bernard HartFriendship in death
transcribed: Rowes letters
Elizabeth Singer Rowe3/3/17923/6/1792
Bernard HartFeatures from life; or, a summer visit. By the author of George Bateman, and Maria. In two volumes. ...
transcribed: Features from Life
Elizabeth Blower3/6/17923/10/1792
Bernard HartFeatures from life; or, a summer visit. By the author of George Bateman, and Maria. In two volumes. ... Volume 2
transcribed: "
3/10/17923/12/1792
Bernard HartThe letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero to several of his friends
transcribed: Melmoths Cicero
Marcus Tullius Cicero3/12/17923/17/1792
Bernard HartThe recess; or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. Volume 2
transcribed: Recess
3/13/17923/17/1792
Bernard HartVariety
transcribed: Variety
3/17/17923/20/1792
Bernard HartThe history of the American Indians
transcribed: Adairs America
James Adair3/20/17923/22/1792
Bernard HartCharles and Teresa, an original novel. In a series of letters, founded on truth. By J. White.
transcribed: Charles & Teresa
Joseph White3/22/17923/24/1792
Bernard HartEleonora. By M. Goethe, author of the Sorrows of Werter. To which is added A poetic epistle from Werter to Charlotte.
transcribed: Eleonora
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe3/24/17923/31/1792
Bernard HartParental solicitude or, moral lessons for the instruction of youth. ... Volume 1
transcribed: Par Sol.
3/31/17924/3/1792
Bernard HartParental solicitude or, moral lessons for the instruction of youth. ... Volume 2
transcribed: "
4/3/17924/7/1792
Bernard HartThe reverie, or, A flight to the paradise of fools / published by the editor of The adventures of a guinea. Volume 2
transcribed: Reverie
4/7/17924/10/1792
Bernard HartA Concise historical account of all the British colonies in North-America, comprehending their rise, progress, and mo...
transcribed: Hist B.C.
4/10/17924/11/1792
Bernard HartThe triumvirate Volume 1
transcribed: Triumvira
4/11/17924/14/1792
Bernard HartA collection of the most esteemed farces and entertainments performed on the British stage. Volume 4
transcribed: Farces
4/14/17924/16/1792
Bernard HartThe curse of sentiment.
transcribed: Curse Sentiment
Charles Dodd4/16/17924/16/1792
Bernard HartLetters from a lady, who resided some years in Russia, to her friend in England. With historical notes.
transcribed: Letter Lady
Mrs. Vigor4/17/17924/18/1792
Bernard HartLydia, or filial piety. A novel. In two volumes. Volume 1
transcribed: Lydia
4/18/17924/19/1792
Bernard HartThe satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and of Aulus Persius Flaccus / translated into English verse by Mr. Dryden, ...
transcribed: Dryden Juvenal
Juvenal4/19/17924/21/1792
Bernard HartLetters written by the late Right Honourable Lady Luxborough, to William Shenstone, Esq
transcribed: Luxborough
Baroness Henrietta Knight Luxborough4/21/17924/23/1792
Bernard HartAn estimate of the religion of the fashionable world / by one of the laity.
transcribed: Fash World
Hannah More4/23/17924/25/1792
Bernard HartThe death of Cain, in five books; after the manner of the death of Abel.
transcribed: Death Cain
William Henry Hall4/25/17924/26/1792
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