Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Egbert BensonElements of general history. Translated from the French of the abbé Millot. Part first. Ancient History. I... Volume 1
transcribed: Millots History
11/23/178912/14/1789
Egbert BensonElements of general history. Translated from the French of the abbé Millot. Part first. Ancient History. I... Volume 1
transcribed: " con
12/14/17891/4/1790
Egbert BensonSix sketches on the history of man Volume 1
transcribed: Homes Sketches
1/4/17901/27/1790
Egbert BensonEssays. On the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism. On poetry and m... Volume 1
transcribed: Beatties Essays
1/27/17902/22/179010p
Egbert BensonEssays. On the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism. On poetry and m... Volume 1
transcribed: " con
2/22/17903/1/1790
Egbert BensonEssays. On the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism. On poetry and m... Volume 2
transcribed: "
3/1/17903/29/1790
Egbert BensonThe essays of Michael Seigneur de Montaigne, translated into English. The eighth edition, with very conside... Volume 1
transcribed: Montaignes Essays
4/16/17905/7/1790
Egbert BensonA comparative view of the state and faculties of man with those of the animal world.
transcribed: Gregorys View
John Gregory5/7/17905/19/1790
Anthony RainteauxThe triumvirate Volume 1
transcribed: Triumvirate
11/10/179111/23/1791
Anthony RainteauxThe triumvirate Volume 2
transcribed: "
11/23/179111/28/1791
Anthony RainteauxDelia, a pathetic and interesting tale. In Four Volumes ... Volume 1
transcribed: Delia
11/28/179112/30/17912p
Anthony RainteauxThe effusions of friendship and fancy, letters by J. Langhorne. Volume 1
transcribed: Effusions of fancy
12/30/17911/11/1792
Anthony RainteauxLydia, or filial piety. A novel. In two volumes.
transcribed: Lydia
John Shebbeare1/11/17921/23/1792
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