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Patrick Colquhoun

A treatise on the police of London; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention. By a magistrate acting for the counties of Middlesex, Surry, Kent, and Essex. --For the City and Liberty of Westminster --and for the Liberty of the Tower of London. [Five lines of Latin quotation]

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Philadelphia: Printed for Benjamin Davies, no. 68, High-Street. By Henry Sweitzer, no. 85, Race-Street , 1798.
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A treatise on the police of London; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property and security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention. By a magistrate acting for the counties of Middlesex, Surry, Kent, and Essex. --For the City and Liberty of Westminster --and for the Liberty of the Tower of London. [Five lines of Latin quotation] 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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Matthew Clarkson10/26/179910/28/1799Police of London
Peter Wilson11/6/179911/28/1799Police London
William Johnson12/7/17992/5/1800Police of London
Joseph King3/7/18003/9/1800Police of London
Joseph King3/7/18003/9/1800Police of London
Selah Strong6/25/18007/7/1800Police of London
John Atkinson7/10/18008/4/1800Police of London
Thomas Barrow8/9/18008/13/1800Police London
William Laurence8/16/18009/3/1800Police London
Israel Wilkes9/17/180010/4/1800Police London
Jacob Wilkins11/26/180012/1/1800Police of London
Anthony L. Bleecker2/27/18012/9/1801Police of London
Olivia Munro8/10/18012/26/180216/Police of London
George Turnbull2/27/18023/3/1802London Police
William Green3/6/18023/9/1802Police London
William S. Hammersley3/11/18023/27/1802London Police
David Gardiner6/8/18027/12/1802Police London
Walter Burling7/21/18027/22/1802London Police
Charlotte Smith9/7/18029/9/1802London Police
Asher Hart11/6/180211/24/1802Police London
Asher Hart11/20/180212/4/1802Police London
George Lorillard12/23/18021/11/1803Police of London
Charles Smith2/21/18033/15/18032dLondon Police
Charlotte Shipman3/25/18034/7/1803Police London
Judith Verplanck5/9/18035/14/1803London Police
Nathaniel Paulding5/17/18035/20/1803Police London
Gulian LudlowVolume 15/26/18035/31/1803London Police
William Proctor6/1/18036/20/1803Police London
George Turnbull6/15/18036/22/1803London Police
John Ten Brook6/23/18037/8/1803London Police
John Moore11/29/180312/17/1803London Police
Daniel Ludlow12/22/18031/27/18042/6London Police
George Warren Chapman2/7/18042/10/1804Police London
John Ten Brook2/24/18043/5/1804Police London
Catherine Hill5/19/18045/19/1804Police London
Benjamin Taylor5/21/18045/26/1804Police London
Philip Van Cortlandt6/5/18046/7/1804Police London
Thomas Buchannan6/19/18047/9/1804Police London
Asher Hart8/4/18049/4/18041/8Police London
Asher Hart9/4/180410/1/18041/"
James Watson10/1/180410/3/1804Police London
Edward William Laight11/3/180411/9/1804London Police
William Proctor11/24/180412/3/1804London Police
Abraham Brinckerhoff4/26/18055/1/1805Police London
James Davidson5/9/18055/20/1805London Police
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