Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Lemuel WellsEmily Dundorne, or the effects of early impressions Volume 2
transcribed: Emily Dund
12/17/180012/17/1800
Lemuel WellsEmily Dundorne, or the effects of early impressions Volume 1
transcribed: Emily Dund
12/17/180012/17/1800
Lemuel WellsEmily Dundorne, or the effects of early impressions Volume 3
transcribed: "
12/17/180012/20/1800
Lemuel WellsThe fate of Sedley Volume 2
transcribed: Fate Sedley
12/20/180012/24/1800
Lemuel WellsThe fate of Sedley Volume 1
transcribed: Fate Sedley
12/20/180012/24/1800
Lemuel WellsAnecdotes of the Delborough family. A novel. In three volumes. By Mrs. Gunning. Volume 2
transcribed: Delb family
1/10/18011/23/1801
Lemuel WellsAnecdotes of the Delborough family. A novel. In three volumes. By Mrs. Gunning. Volume 3
transcribed: Delb family
1/10/18011/23/1801
Lemuel WellsAnecdotes of the Delborough family. A novel. In three volumes. By Mrs. Gunning. Volume 1
transcribed: Delb family
1/10/18011/23/1801
Lemuel WellsThe midnight bell, a German story, founded on incidents in real life. In two volumes. ... Volume 2
transcribed: Midnight Bell
1/23/18011/31/1801
Lemuel WellsThe midnight bell, a German story, founded on incidents in real life. In two volumes. ... Volume 1
transcribed: Midnight Bell
1/23/18011/31/1801
Lemuel WellsThe evidences of the Christian religion. To which are added, several discourses against atheism and infidelity, and i...
transcribed: Addisons Evidence
Joseph Addison1/31/18012/18/18014d
Lemuel WellsTales of imagination, on moral and interesting subjects
transcribed: Tales Imagination
2/18/18012/19/1801
Lemuel WellsThe history of Lady Sophia Sternheim. Attempted from the German of Mr. Wieland..... Volume 2
transcribed: Sophia Sternheim
2/19/18012/24/1801
Lemuel WellsThe history of Lady Sophia Sternheim. Attempted from the German of Mr. Wieland..... Volume 1
transcribed: Sophia Sternheim
2/19/18012/24/1801
Lemuel WellsThe virtuous Prince; or, Travels and adventures of Usong. An oriental history.
transcribed: Usong
Albrecht von Haller2/24/18012/26/1801
Lemuel WellsThe confessions of J. J. Rousseau Volume 2
transcribed: Rousseau's Confess
2/26/18013/13/1801
Lemuel WellsThe confessions of J. J. Rousseau Volume 1
transcribed: Rousseau's Confess
2/26/18013/13/1801
Lemuel WellsLady’s magazine; and Repository of entertaining knowledge Volume 1
transcribed: Ladys Mag
3/16/18013/30/1801
Lemuel WellsThe idler. In two volumes. ... Volume 2
transcribed: Idler
3/30/18015/1/18013/
Lemuel WellsThe idler. In two volumes. ... Volume 1
transcribed: Idler
3/30/18015/1/18013/
John WellsProofs of the real existence, and dangerous tendency, of illuminism. Containing an abstract of the most interesting p...
transcribed: Robinson's Proofs
Seth Payson12/23/17991/21/18002/4
John WellsBiographical, literary, and political anecdotes, of several of the most eminent persons of the present age.... Volume 3
transcribed: Biograph Anecdotes
1/21/18001/29/1800
John WellsVoyage du jeune Anacharsis en Gréce dans le milieu du quatrième siècle avant l'ère vulgaire ... Volume 1
transcribed: Voyage d'Anacharsis
1/29/18002/21/1800
John WellsThe works of Cornelius Tacitus; by Arthur Murphy, Esq. With an essay on the life and genius of Tacitus; Not... Volume 1
transcribed: Murphy's Tacitus
2/21/18006/3/18008d
John WellsThe new London review; or, Monthly report of authors and books. From ... Embellished with portraits; and il... Volume 1
transcribed: London Review
6/3/18006/26/1800
John WellsPublic characters.
transcribed: Public Characters
Alexander Stephens6/26/180012/22/1800
John WellsThe Monthly mirror Volume 8
transcribed: Monthly Mirror
12/22/18001/27/1801
John WellsBell's British theatre. Consisting of the most esteemed English plays. Volume 8
transcribed: Brit Theatre
5/5/18027/1/18022/
John WellsAn apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth, and preached by the people, called, in scorn, ...
transcribed: Barclays Apology
Robert Barclay1/25/18031/26/1803
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