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Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2), page 73

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Record ID 16551

Norwood's Trigonometry

Borrowed: 1749/4/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/9/29 (Monday). Classmark: F.7.11. Original Returned Text: Norwoods Trigonometry.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Richard Norwood (Male, born c.1590, died 1675)
Genre: Mathematics
Trigonometrie: or, The doctrine of triangles: divided into two books. The first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles: the second of spherical, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms, after more easie and compendious manner, than hath been formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof, in the three principal kinds of sailing. With exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated: and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at four of the clock in the morning, fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration. Also other necessary tables used in navigation. By Richard Norwood, reader of the mathematicks.
Classmark: F.7.11, C.7.15.

Borrowed: 1749/4/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/9/29 (Monday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Richard Norwood (Male, born c.1590, died 1675), Genre: Mathematics

Trigonometrie: or, The Doctrine of Triangles

Record ID 16552

Mair's Book-keeping

Borrowed: 1749/4/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/9/29 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.26. Original Returned Text: Mair's Book-keeping.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

John Mair (Male, born c.1702, died 1769)
Genre: Practical Arts/Useful Knowledge
Book-Keeping methodiz’d: or, a methodical treatise of merchant-accompts, according to the Italian form. Wherein, The theory of the Art is fully Explained, and reduced to practice, by Variety of suitable Examples in all the Branches of Trade. To which is added, A Large Appendix, containing, I. Descriptions and Specimens of the Subsidiary Books used by Merchants. II. Monies and Exchanges, the Nature of Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, and Bills of Parcels. III. Precedents of Merchants Writings, peculiar to England, Scotland, and common to both. IV. The Commission, Duty, and Power of Factors. V. A short History of the Trading Companies in Great Britain, with an Account of her Exports and Imports. VI. A Dictionary, explaining the abstruse Words and Terms that occur in Merchandize. By John Mair, A.M.
Classmark: J.5.26, Q.5.5, G.6.14.

Record ID 16553

Magdeburg Centur. -  2. Voll

Borrowed: 1749/4/12 (Saturday). Classmark: D.2.13.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Genre: Theology
Ecclesiastica historia, integram Ecclesiae Christi ideam, quantum ad locum, propagationem, persecutionem, tranquillitatem, doctrinam, hæreses, ceremonias, gubernationem, schismata, synodos, personas, miracula, martyria, religiones extra ecclesiam, & statum imperij politicum attinet, secundum singulas centurias, perspicuo ordine complectens / singulari diligentia & fide ex vetustissimis & optimis historicis, patribus, & alijs scriptoribus congesta; per aliquot studiosos & pios uiros in urbe Magdeburgica
Classmark: D.2.13.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16554

Dion. Cassii Hist. Romana Lat.

Borrowed: 1749/4/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/7/8 (Tuesday). Classmark: E.4.4. Original Returned Text: Dion. Cassii Hist. Rom Lat.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Cassius Dio Cocceianus (Male, born c.150, died 235)
Genre: History
Dionis Cassii Nicaei, Romanae historiae libri (tot enim hodie extant) XXV. nimirum a XXXVI ad LXI. Quibus exponuntur res gestae a bello Cretico usq[ue] ad mortem Claudij Caesaris, quae est historia annorum circiter CXXX. Nunc primùm summa fide diligentiaq[ue] de Graecis Latini facti, Guilielmo Xylandro Augustano interprete. His accesserunt eiusdem Annotationes, in quib. autoris huius quamplurima aut explicantur obscura loca. Additum est Ioannis Xiphilini e Dione Compendium, Guil. Blanco Albiensi interprete: quae uersio ab eodem Xylandro diligenter est, ubi oportuit, castigata. Iidem [sic] libri Dionis ac Xiphilini seorsim Graecè quoq[ue] eduntur, accuratè ab eodem emendati. Adhaec, rerum & uerborum copiosissimus Index.
Classmark: E.4.4.

Borrowed: 1749/4/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/7/8 (Tuesday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Cassius Dio Cocceianus (Male, born c.150, died 235), Genre: History

Roman History [Cassius Dio]

Record ID 16555

Horse-hoing Husbandry by Tull

Borrowed: 1749/9/4 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/7/8 (Wednesday). Classmark: A.5.21. Original Returned Text: Horse hooing Husbandry by Tull.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Jethro Tull (Male, born 1674, died 1741)
Genre: Practical Arts/Useful Knowledge
The Horse-Hoing Husbandry: or, an Essay On the Principles of Tillage and Vegetation. Wherein in shewn A Method of introducing a Sort of Vineyard-Culture into the Corn-Fields, In order to Increase their Product, and diminish the common Expence; By the use of Instruments described in Cuts. By I. T.
Classmark: A.5.21.

Record ID 16556

Gordon's Tacitus Eng. 4 Voll.

Borrowed: 1749/10/3 (Friday). Returned: 1749/11/18 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.3. Original Returned Text: Gordons Tacitus Eng. 4. V<sup>s</sup>.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Cornelius Tacitus (Male, born c.56, died 120)
Genre: History
The works of Tacitus. In four volumes. To which are prefixed, political discourses upon that author. ... [Gordon]
Classmark: J.5.3, Q.5.27, P.5.2.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Cornelius Tacitus (Male, born c.56, died 120)
Genre: History
The works of Tacitus. In four volumes. To which are prefixed, political discourses upon that author.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1737. Format: 8vo.
Editors: Gordon, Thomas, -1750.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 110 times in 65 borrowing records


Book Work

Cornelius Tacitus (Male, born c.56, died 120)
Genre: History
Works of Tacitus

Borrowed: 1749/10/3 (Friday). Returned: 1749/11/18 (Tuesday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Cornelius Tacitus (Male, born c.56, died 120), Genre: History

Works of Tacitus

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4

Record ID 47680

Maclaurin's Accot of Newton's philosophy; unbound

Borrowed: 1749/10/3 (Friday). Returned: 1750/7/8 (Wednesday). Original Returned Text: Maclaurins New<sup>t.</sup> Philos..


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Colin MacLaurin (Male, born 1698, died 1746)
Genre: Natural Philosophy
An Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical Discoveries, in Four Books. By Colin MacLaurin, A.M. Late Fellow of the Royal Society, Professor of Mathematics in the University of Edinburgh, and Secretary to the Philosophical Society there. Published from the Author's Manuscript Papers, by Patrick Murdoch, M.A. and F.R.S.
Classmark: K.3.19, K.3.20, K.3.29, L.3.9, E.5.16, S.3.16.

Borrowed: 1749/10/3 (Friday). Returned: 1750/7/8 (Wednesday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Colin MacLaurin (Male, born 1698, died 1746), Genre: Natural Philosophy

Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical Discoveries

Record ID 16557

Pamela Vol. 1 & 2d, Item 3d & 4th

Borrowed: 1750/1/22 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/14 (Saturday). Classmark: J.7.5. Original Returned Text: Pamela Vol 1 & 2<sup>d</sup> It. 3<sup>d</sup> & 4<sup>th</sup>.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Samuel Richardson (Male, born 1689, died 1761)
Genre: Fiction
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel to her parents: and afterwards, in her exalted condition, between her, and persons of figure and quality, upon the most Important and Entertaining Subjects, In Genteel Life. The third and fourth volumes. Publish’d in order to cultivate the Principles of Virtue and Religion in the Minds of the Youth of Both Sexes. By the editor of the two first. ...
Classmark: K, J.7.5, J.7.4, D.6.40.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4

Borrowed: 1750/1/22 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/14 (Saturday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Samuel Richardson (Male, born 1689, died 1761), Genre: Fiction

Pamela: or, Virtue Rewarded

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4

Record ID 16558

Popes Works, Vol. 1st, 5th, 6th & Vol 3d pt 2d

Borrowed: 1750/2/14 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/3/19 (Thursday). Classmark: J.8.6. Original Returned Text: popes Works Vol 5<sup>th</sup> & 6<sup>th</sup> 1<sup>st</sup>, 3<sup>d</sup> p<sup>t</sup> 2<sup>d</sup>.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30)
Genre: Poetry
The works of Alexander Pope...Containing his epistles and satires.
Classmark: J.3.6, J.8.6, Q.7.4.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 3 pt 2d, Volume 5, Volume 6

Book Edition

Confidence level: Likely

Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30)
Genre: Poetry
The works of Alexander Pope...Containing his epistles and satires.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1736. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 24 times in 18 borrowing records


Book Work

Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30)
Genre: Poetry
Works of Alexander Pope

Borrowed: 1750/2/14 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/3/19 (Thursday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30), Genre: Poetry

Works of Alexander Pope

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 3 pt 2d, Volume 5, Volume 6

Record ID 16559

Fortunate Foundlings

Borrowed: 1750/3/20 (Friday). Returned: 1750/6/19 (Friday). Classmark: K.8.8. Original Returned Text: ffortunate foundlings.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Eliza Fowler Haywood (Female, born c.1693, died 1756)
Genre: Fiction
The fortunate foundlings: being the genuine history of Colonel M----rs, and his sister, Madam du P----y, the issue of the Hon. Ch----es M----rs, son of the late Duke of R----l----d. Containing Many wonderful Accidents that befel them in their Travels, and interspersed with the Characters and Adventures of Several Persons of Condition, in the most polite Courts of Europe. The Whole calculated for the Entertainment and Improvement of the Youth of both Sexes.
Classmark: K.8.8, Q.7.13.

Borrowed: 1750/3/20 (Friday). Returned: 1750/6/19 (Friday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Eliza Fowler Haywood (Female, born c.1693, died 1756), Genre: Fiction

Fortunate Foundlings

Record ID 16560

Hoffmanni Operum Tom. 2dus

Borrowed: 1750/5/31 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/7/8 (Wednesday). Classmark: K.2.1. Original Returned Text: Hoffmanni Op. Tom. 2<sup>dus</sup>.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Friedrich Hoffmann (Male, born 1660, died 1742)
Genre: Medicine
Friderici Hoffmanni Consiliarii Regis Borussiae Intimi, et Archiatri, Professoris Medicinae Primarii in Academia Halensi, Opera Omnia Physico-Medica Denuò revisa, correcta & aucta, in Sex tomos Distributa; quibus continentur Doctrinae Solidis Principiis Physico-Mechanicis, & anatomicis, atque etiam observationibus clinico-practicis superstructae. Methodo Facili ac Demonstrativa Deductae, & per experientiam LVII. annorum stabilitae. Cum Vita Auctoris, et ejus Praefatione de differete medicinae & medicorum statu atque conditione, & criteriis boni ac periti medici.
Classmark: K.2.1, L.2.10.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Borrowed: 1750/5/31 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/7/8 (Wednesday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Friedrich Hoffmann (Male, born 1660, died 1742), Genre: Medicine

Opera Omnia Physico-Medica [Friderich Hoffmann]

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16561

Ladies Drawing Room

Borrowed: 1750/6/21 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/9/14 (Monday). Classmark: K.8.10. Original Returned Text: Ladies Drawing Room.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Genre: Fiction
The lady’s drawing room. Being a faithfull picture of the great world. In which the various humours of both sexes are display’d. Drawn from the life: and Interspers’d with entertaining and affecting Novels.
Classmark: K.8.10.

Record ID 16562

Johnsons History of Pyrates

Borrowed: 1750/10/3 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/3/13 (Saturday). Classmark: A.6.3. Original Returned Text: Johnsons Hist. of Robbers.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Charles Johnson (Male)
Genre: Lives
A general history of the robberies and murders of the most notorious pyrates, and also their policies, discipline and government, from their first rise and settlement in the island of Providence, in 1717, to the present year 1724. With the remarkable actions and adventures of the two female pyrates, Mary Read and Anne Bonny. To which is prefix’d an account of the famous Captain Avery and his companions; with the manner of his death in England. The whole digested into the following chapters; chap. I. Of Captain Avery. II. The rise of Pyrates. III. Of Captain Martel. IV. Of Captain Bonnet. V. Of Captain Thatch. VI. Of Captain Vane. Vii. Of Captain Rackam. Viii. Of Captain England. IX. Of Captain Davis. X. Of Captain Roberts. XI. Of Captain Worley. XII. Of Captain Lowther. XIII. Of Captain Low. XIV. Of Captain Evans. And their several crews. To which is added. A short abstract of the statute and civil law, in, relation to pyracy. By Captain Charles Johnson.
Classmark: A.6.3, A.5.38.

Record ID 16563

David Simple's Adventures 2 Voll.

Borrowed: 1750/10/3 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/3/13 (Saturday). Classmark: J.7.4. Original Returned Text: David Simple 2 V<sup>s</sup>.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Sarah Fielding (Female, born 1710, died 1768)
Genre: Fiction
The adventures of David Simple: containing an account of his travels through the cities of London and Westminster, in the search of a real friend. By a Lady. In two volumes.
Classmark: J.7.4, Q.6.17.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Speculative

Sarah Fielding (Female, born 1710, died 1768)
Genre: Fiction
The adventures of David Simple: containing an account of his travels through the cities of London and Westminster, in the search of a real friend. By a Lady. In two volumes.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1744. Format: 12mo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 136 times in 63 borrowing records


Book Work

Sarah Fielding (Female, born 1710, died 1768)
Genre: Fiction
Adventures of David Simple

Borrowed: 1750/10/3 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/3/13 (Saturday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Sarah Fielding (Female, born 1710, died 1768), Genre: Fiction

Adventures of David Simple

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16564

Oriental Tales 2 Voll

Borrowed: 1750/10/3 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/3/13 (Saturday). Classmark: J.7.7. Original Returned Text: Oriental Tales 2 V<sup>s .</sup>.


Borrower

Professor Archibald Campbell
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1691-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1371006460.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Arts and Letters > Author. Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

Comte Anne Claude Philippe de Caylus (Male, born 1692, died 1765)
Genre: Fiction
Oriental tales, collected from an Arabian manuscript, in the library of the King of France. In two volumes. Adorn’d with copper plates.
Classmark: K.6.21, J.7.7, Q.8.29, Q.8.38.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Comte Anne Claude Philippe de Caylus (Male, born 1692, died 1765)
Genre: Fiction
Oriental tales, collected from an Arabian manuscript, in the library of the King of France. In two volumes. Adorn’d with copper plates.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1745. Format: 12mo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 73 times in 40 borrowing records


Book Work

Comte Anne Claude Philippe de Caylus (Male, born 1692, died 1765)
Genre: Fiction
Oriental Tales, Collected from an Arabian Manuscript

Borrowed: 1750/10/3 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/3/13 (Saturday).

Borrower: Professor Archibald Campbell

Author: Comte Anne Claude Philippe de Caylus (Male, born 1692, died 1765), Genre: Fiction

Oriental Tales, Collected from an Arabian Manuscript

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16566

Pope's Prose Works Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/4/15 (Tuesday). Returned: 1749/5/9 (Friday). Classmark: J.1.6. Original Returned Text: Popes prose Works V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30)
Genre: Belles Lettres
The works of Mr. Alexander Pope, In prose.
Classmark: J.1.6.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30)
Genre: Belles Lettres
The works of Mr. Alexander Pope, In prose.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1741. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 7 times in 6 borrowing records


Book Work

Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30)
Genre: Belles Lettres
Prose Works of Alexander Pope

Borrowed: 1749/4/15 (Tuesday). Returned: 1749/5/9 (Friday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: Alexander Pope (Male, born 1688-5-21, died 1744-5-30), Genre: Belles Lettres

Prose Works of Alexander Pope

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16567

Spectator Vol 5th

Borrowed: 1749/4/28 (Monday). Returned: 1749/6/6 (Friday). Classmark: E.7.68. Original Returned Text: Spectator Vol 5<sup>th</sup>. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
The Spectator.
Classmark: E.7.68, C.6.45.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 5

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
The Spectator
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1711-1713. Format: 12mo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 156 times in 112 borrowing records


Book Work

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
Spectator

Borrowed: 1749/4/28 (Monday). Returned: 1749/6/6 (Friday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729), Genre: Periodicals

Spectator

Volumes borrowed: Volume 5

Record ID 16568

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/5/19 (Monday). Returned: 1749/6/6 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Charles Rollin (Male, born 1661, died 1741)
Genre: Belles Lettres
Method of teaching and studying the belles lettres, or an introduction to languages, poetry, rhetoric, history, moral philosophy, physicks, &c. with reflections on taste; and instructions with regard to the eloquence of the pulpit, the bar, and the stage. The whole illustrated with passages from the most famous poets and orators, antient and modern, with critical remarks on them. Designed more particularly for students in the universities. By Mr. Rollin, late principal of the university of Paris, now professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, and member of the Royal Academy of inscriptions and Belles Lettres. Translated from the French.
Classmark: J.5.3, J.5.2, B.6.6, B.3.27.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Borrowed: 1749/5/19 (Monday). Returned: 1749/6/6 (Friday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: Charles Rollin (Male, born 1661, died 1741), Genre: Belles Lettres

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16569

Preceptor Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1749/10/11 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/10/20 (Monday). Classmark: J.6.5. Original Returned Text: Preceptor Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Robert Dodsley (Male, born 1704, died 1764)
Genre: Education
The preceptor: containing a general course of education. Wherein the first principles of polite learning are laid down in a way most suitable for trying the genius, and advancing the instruction of youth. In twelve parts. Viz. I. On reading, speaking, and writing letters. II. On geometry. III. On geography and astronomy. IV. On chronology and history. V. On rhetoric and poetry. VI. On drawing. VII. On logic. VIII. On natural history. IX. On ethics, or morality. X. On trade and commerce. XI. On laws and government. XII. On human life and manners. Illustrated with maps and useful cuts.
Classmark: J.6.5, D.3.7.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Borrowed: 1749/10/11 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/10/20 (Monday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: Robert Dodsley (Male, born 1704, died 1764), Genre: Education

Preceptor: Containing A General Course of Education

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16570

Anson's Voyage

Borrowed: 1749/10/12 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/10/21 (Tuesday). Classmark: K.3.20. Original Returned Text: Anson's Voyage. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

George Anson Baron Anson (Male, born 1697, died 1762)
Genre: Travel
A voyage round the world, in the years MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV. By George Anson, Esq; Commander in Chief of a Squadron of His Majesty’s Ships, sent upon an Expedition to the South-Seas. Compiled from papers and other materials of the Right Honourable George Lord Anson, and published under his direction, by Richard Walter, M. A. Chaplain of his Majesty’s Ship the Centurion, in that Expedition. Illustrated with forty-two copper-plates.
Classmark: K.3.20, K.3.21, P.3.35.

Borrowed: 1749/10/12 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/10/21 (Tuesday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: George Anson Baron Anson (Male, born 1697, died 1762), Genre: Travel

Voyage Round the World, in the Years MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV

Record ID 16571

Mackenzies Lives of Scots Writers V. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/10/12 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/11/7 (Friday). Classmark: A.4.22. Original Returned Text: Mackenzies Lives Vol 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

George Mackenzie (Male, born 1669, died 1725)
Genre: Lives
The lives and characters of the most eminent vvriters of the Scots nation : with an abstract and catalogue of their works; their various editions; and The Judgment of the learn'd concerning them / by George Mackenzie, M.D. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh.
Classmark: A.4.22, A.4.3.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

George Mackenzie (Male, born 1669, died 1725)
Genre: Lives
The lives and characters of the most eminent vvriters of the Scots nation: with an abstract and catalogue of their works; their various editions; and The Judgment of the learn'd concerning them.
Language: English . Published: Edinburgh. Date of publication: 1708-1722. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 92 times in 66 borrowing records


Book Work

George Mackenzie (Male, born 1669, died 1725)
Genre: Lives
Lives and Characters of the Most Eminent Writers of the Scots Nation

Borrowed: 1749/10/12 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/11/7 (Friday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: George Mackenzie (Male, born 1669, died 1725), Genre: Lives

Lives and Characters of the Most Eminent Writers of the Scots Nation

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16572

Pamphlets Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/10/12 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/11/6 (Thursday). Classmark: K.3.24. Original Returned Text: Pamphlets Vol 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Pamphlets [K.3.24]
Classmark: K.3.24.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Borrowed: 1749/10/12 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/11/6 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Pamphlets [K.3.24]

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16573

Philosophical Transactions Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/11/3 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/5 (Friday). Classmark: F.5.18. Original Returned Text: Philosoph. Transactions V. 1st. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Royal Society (Great Britain) (Unspecified, born 1660)
Genre: Natural Philosophy, Genre: Periodicals
Philosophical transactions : giving some accompt of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious in many considerable parts of the world.
Classmark: F.5.18, F.7?, L.5.4.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16574

Spectator Vol 6th

Borrowed: 1749/11/3 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/5 (Friday). Classmark: E.7.68. Original Returned Text: Spectator Vol 6<sup>th</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
The Spectator.
Classmark: E.7.68, C.6.45.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 6

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
The Spectator
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1711-1713. Format: 12mo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 156 times in 112 borrowing records


Book Work

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
Spectator

Borrowed: 1749/11/3 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/5 (Friday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729), Genre: Periodicals

Spectator

Volumes borrowed: Volume 6

Record ID 16575

Locks Essay on Hum. Understanding

Borrowed: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/11 (Sunday). Classmark: F.3.8. Original Returned Text: Locks Essay on Hum. Understanding. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

John Locke (Male, born 1632, died 1704)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
An essay concerning humane understanding. In four books. Written by John Locke, Gent.
Classmark: F.3.8, P.2.35, S.3.1?.

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

John Locke (Male, born 1632, died 1704)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
An essay concerning humane understanding. In four books. Written by John Locke, Gent.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1694. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: 58


Book Work

John Locke (Male, born 1632, died 1704)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
Essay Concerning Human Understanding

Borrowed: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/11 (Sunday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: John Locke (Male, born 1632, died 1704), Genre: Philosophy and Morality

Essay Concerning Human Understanding

Record ID 16576

Philosoph. Transactions Vol 8th & 9

Borrowed: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/12/23 (Tuesday). Classmark: F.5.18. Original Returned Text: philosoph. Transactions V. 8<sup>th</sup>&9<sup>th</sup>. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Royal Society (Great Britain) (Unspecified, born 1660)
Genre: Natural Philosophy, Genre: Periodicals
Philosophical transactions : giving some accompt of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious in many considerable parts of the world.
Classmark: F.5.18, F.7?, L.5.4.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 8, Volume 9

Record ID 16577

Spectator Vol. 7th

Borrowed: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Classmark: E.7.68. Original Returned Text: Spectator Vol. 7<sup>th</sup>. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
The Spectator.
Classmark: E.7.68, C.6.45.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 7

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
The Spectator
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1711-1713. Format: 12mo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 156 times in 112 borrowing records


Book Work

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729)
Genre: Periodicals
Spectator

Borrowed: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/5 (Monday).

Borrower: William Taylor

Author: Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Sir Richard Steele (Male, born 1672, died 1729), Genre: Periodicals

Spectator

Volumes borrowed: Volume 7