Borrower Name Book Title Author Date Out Date In Rep. Fine
Gulian Crommelin VerplanckThe younger brother Volume 2
transcribed: Younger Brother
5/15/18035/31/1803
John W. MulliganVery strange, but very true! Or, the history of an old man's young wife Volume 2
transcribed: Very Strange
6/29/18057/6/1805
John W. MulliganVery strange, but very true! Or, the history of an old man's young wife Volume 3
transcribed: Very Strange
6/29/18057/6/1805
John W. MulliganVery strange, but very true! Or, the history of an old man's young wife Volume 4
transcribed: Very Strange
6/29/18057/6/1805
John W. MulliganVery strange, but very true! Or, the history of an old man's young wife Volume 1
transcribed: Very Strange
6/29/18057/6/1805
John W. MulliganMysterious husband Volume 2
transcribed: Myst Husb
7/6/18057/10/1805
John W. MulliganMysterious husband Volume 3
transcribed: Myst Husb
7/6/18057/10/1805
John W. MulliganMysterious husband Volume 4
transcribed: Myst Husb
7/6/18057/10/1805
John W. MulliganMysterious husband Volume 1
transcribed: Myst Husb
7/6/18057/10/1805
John W. MulliganThe Christian’s, scholar’s, and farmer’s magazine; calculated, in an eminent degree, to promote relig... Volume 2
transcribed: Farmers
7/10/18057/13/1805
John W. MulliganThe Christian’s, scholar’s, and farmer’s magazine; calculated, in an eminent degree, to promote relig... Volume 1
transcribed: Farmers
7/10/18057/13/1805
John W. MulliganThe history of Jack Smith, or, The castle of Saint Donats / by Charles Lucas, A.M. author of The infernal Quixote, &a...
transcribed: Jack Smith
Charles Lucas7/13/18057/18/1805
John W. MulliganMysterious Friendship Volume 2
transcribed: Mysterious Friend
7/18/18057/30/1805
John W. MulliganMysterious Friendship Volume 1
transcribed: Mysterious Friend
7/18/18057/30/1805
John W. MulliganHarvest-home Volume 2
transcribed: Harvest Home
8/3/18058/5/1805
John W. MulliganShe lives in hopes, or, Caroline
transcribed: She Lives in Hopes
Miss S. Hatfield8/5/18058/10/1805
John W. MulliganThe Scottish legend, or, The Isle of Saint Clothair Volume 2
transcribed: Scottish Legend
8/10/18058/12/1805
John W. MulliganThe Scottish legend, or, The Isle of Saint Clothair Volume 3
transcribed: Scottish Legend
8/10/18058/12/1805
John W. MulliganThe Scottish legend, or, The Isle of Saint Clothair Volume 4
transcribed: Scottish Legend
8/10/18058/12/1805
John W. MulliganThe Scottish legend, or, The Isle of Saint Clothair Volume 1
transcribed: Scottish Legend
8/10/18058/12/1805
John W. MulliganThe minstrel; or, The progress of genius. In two books. With some other poems.
transcribed: Ministrel
James Beattie8/12/18058/17/1805
John W. MulliganAgnes de-Courci. A domestic tale. In four volumes. By Mrs. Bennett. Volume 2
transcribed: Agnes di Courci
8/17/18058/31/1805
John W. MulliganAgnes de-Courci. A domestic tale. In four volumes. By Mrs. Bennett. Volume 3
transcribed: Agnes di Courci
8/17/18058/31/1805
John W. MulliganAgnes de-Courci. A domestic tale. In four volumes. By Mrs. Bennett. Volume 4
transcribed: Agnes di Courci
8/17/18058/31/1805
John W. MulliganAgnes de-Courci. A domestic tale. In four volumes. By Mrs. Bennett. Volume 1
transcribed: Agnes di Courci
8/17/18058/31/1805
John W. MulliganAdeline Mowbray, or, The mother and daughter Volume 2
transcribed: Adelline Mowbray
8/31/18059/5/1805
John W. MulliganAdeline Mowbray, or, The mother and daughter Volume 3
transcribed: Adelline Mowbray
8/31/18059/5/1805
John W. MulliganAdeline Mowbray, or, The mother and daughter Volume 1
transcribed: Adelline Mowbray
8/31/18059/5/1805
John W. MulliganFleetwood, or, The new man of feeling / by William Godwin. Volume 1
transcribed: Fleetwood
11/27/180511/30/1805
John W. MulliganFleetwood, or, The new man of feeling / by William Godwin. Volume 2
transcribed: Fleetwood
11/27/180511/30/1805
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