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Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2), page 88

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Record ID 16873

Preceptor Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/8 (Thursday). Classmark: J.6.5. Original Returned Text: Preceptor Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

James Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1736. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409743988.
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: 1749/11/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/1/8 (Thursday).

Borrower: James Shaw

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

Preceptor: Containing A General Course of Education

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16874

Apology for Mrss Phillips Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1749/11/28 (Friday). Returned: 1749/12/1 (Monday). Classmark: J.6.20. Original Returned Text: Apology for M<sup>rs</sup> Phillips V 1<sup>s</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Teresia Constantia Muilman (Female, born 1709, died 1765)
Genre: Lives
An apology for the conduct of Mrs Teresia Constantia Phillips, more particularly that part of it which relates to her marriage with an eminent Dutch merchant: the whole authenticated by faithful copies of his letters, and of the settlement which he made upon her to induce her to suffer (without any real opposition on her part) a sentence to be pronounced against their marriage; together with such other original papers, filed in the cause, as are necessary to illustrate that remarkable story.
Classmark: J.6.20, P.4.42.

Borrowed: 1749/11/28 (Friday). Returned: 1749/12/1 (Monday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

Author: Teresia Constantia Muilman (Female, born 1709, died 1765), Genre: Lives

Apology for the Conduct of Mrs Teresia Constantia Phillips

Record ID 16875

Ansons Voyage

Borrowed: 1749/12/11 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/1/8 (Thursday). Classmark: K.3.21. Original Returned Text: Ansons Voyage. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
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: 1749/12/11 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/1/8 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

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 16876

Temples Works Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1749/12/22 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/23 (Friday). Classmark: K.2.9. Original Returned Text: Temple's Works Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Sir William Temple (Male, born 1628, died 1699)
Genre: Lives, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
The works of Sir William Temple. Bart. in two volumes ... To which is prefixed, the life and character of Sir William Temple. Written by a particular friend [i.e. Jonathan Swift].
Classmark: K.2.9, N.1.24.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Borrowed: 1749/12/22 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/23 (Friday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

Author: Sir William Temple (Male, born 1628, died 1699), Genre: Lives, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy

Works of Sir William Temple

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16877

Adventures of David Simple 2 Voll.

Borrowed: 1750/1/4 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Classmark: J.7.4. Original Returned Text: Adventures of Dav. Simple 2 .V<sup>s</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


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: 1750/1/4 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/1/29 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

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

Adventures of David Simple

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16878

Sydneys Arcadia

Borrowed: 1750/1/4 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/1/22 (Thursday). Classmark: A.3.12. Original Returned Text: Sidney's Arcadia. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Sir Philip Sidney (Male, born 1554, died 1586), Mrs D. Stanley (Female)
Genre: Poetry
[Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia, moderniz'd by Mrs Stanley].
Classmark: A.3.12, A.3.22.

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Sir Philip Sidney (Male, born 1554, died 1586), Mrs D. Stanley (Female)
Genre: Poetry
[Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia, moderniz'd by Mrs Stanley].
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1725. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: 26


Book Work

Sir Philip Sidney (Male, born 1554, died 1586), Mrs D. Stanley (Female)
Genre: Poetry
Arcadia [Sir Philip Sidney]

Borrowed: 1750/1/4 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/1/22 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

Author: Sir Philip Sidney (Male, born 1554, died 1586), Mrs D. Stanley (Female), Genre: Poetry

Arcadia [Sir Philip Sidney]

Record ID 16879

Temples Works Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1750/1/22 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/20 (Friday). Classmark: J.2.9. Original Returned Text: Temples Works Vol 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Sir William Temple (Male, born 1628, died 1699)
Genre: Lives, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
The works of Sir William Temple. Bart. in two volumes ... To which is prefixed, the life and character of Sir William Temple. Written by a particular friend [i.e. Jonathan Swift].
Classmark: K.2.9, N.1.24.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Borrowed: 1750/1/22 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/20 (Friday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

Author: Sir William Temple (Male, born 1628, died 1699), Genre: Lives, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy

Works of Sir William Temple

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16880

Du haldes hist. of China, Vol 1 & 2d

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/9 (Monday). Classmark: J.4.45. Original Returned Text: Du haldes hist. of China V.1 & 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Jean-Baptiste Du Halde (Male, born 1674, died 1743)
Genre: History, Genre: Travel
The general history of China. Containing a geographical, historical, chronological, political and physical description of the Empire of China, Chinese-Tartary, Corea and Thibet. Including an exact and particular account of their customs, manners, ceremonies, religion, arts, and sciences. The whole adorn'd with curious maps, and variety of copper-plates. Done from the French of P. Du Halde.
Classmark: J.4.45, B.5.25.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/9 (Monday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

Author: Jean-Baptiste Du Halde (Male, born 1674, died 1743), Genre: History, Genre: Travel

General History of China

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16881

Calderwoods Hist. of ye Church of Scotd

Borrowed: 1750/2/5 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/12 (Thursday). Classmark: J.2.. Original Returned Text: Calderwoods Hist. of ye Ch. of S..


Borrower

Professor Andrew Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1700-1779. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409683484.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Professor.


Book Holding

David Calderwood (Male, born 1575, died 1650)
Genre: History, Genre: Theology
The true history of the Church of Scotland, from the beginning of the reformation, unto the end of the reigne of King James VI. Wherein, besides some touches of the civil state and alteration of affaires, in their due order; there is not only a series of the assemblies, and of the principal of their actings recorded; but also a full and plaine relation of the trials and troubles, which the church did meet with from enemies to the purity of her doctrine, worship, discipline and government; of the several alterations, caused or occasioned thereby; of the many sad and lamentable faintings and backslideings of persons, sometimes eminent in the Church; of the faithful contendings of others for the prerogatives of Christ, as the alone head of the church, for the purity of his institutions, and for the liberty and privileges of his church and kingdom, against all the enemies thereof; and particularly against Erastianisme and Prelacy, the two grand enemies of the discipline and government of the Church of Christ; and of their sad sufferings upon the account thereof. Written by that learned and laborious servant of Christ Mr David Calderwood. At the appointment of the General Assembly, by whom his laboures herein vvere several times revised and examined, and at length approved for the press.
Classmark: J.2.10, Q.2.23, S.3.5.

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

David Calderwood (Male, born 1575, died 1650)
Genre: History, Genre: Theology
The true history of the Church of Scotland, from the beginning of the reformation, unto the end of the reigne of King James VI.
Language: English . Published: Edinburgh. Date of publication: 1678. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: 51


Book Work

David Calderwood (Male, born 1575, died 1650)
Genre: History, Genre: Theology
True History of the Church of Scotland

Borrowed: 1750/2/5 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/12 (Thursday).

Borrower: Professor Andrew Shaw

Author: David Calderwood (Male, born 1575, died 1650), Genre: History, Genre: Theology

True History of the Church of Scotland

Record ID 16882

Ellis's Voyage to Hudson's bay

Borrowed: 1750/3/2 (Monday). Returned: 1750/3/12 (Thursday). Classmark: J.6.19. Original Returned Text: Ellis's Voyage. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Henry Ellis (Male, born 1721, died 1806)
Genre: Travel
A voyage to Hudson's-Bay, : by the Dobbs galley and California, in the years 1746 and 1747, for discovering a North West Passage; with an accurate survey of the coast, and a short natural history of the country : together with a fair view of the facts and arguments from which the future finding of such a passage is rendered probable / by Henry Ellis, Gent., agent for the proprietors in the said expedition ; to which is prefixed, an historical account of the attempts hitherto made for the finding a passage that way to the East-Indies ; illustrated with proper cuts, and a new and correct chart of Hudson's-Bay, with the countries adjacent.
Classmark: J.6.19, D.4.7, P.8.3.

Borrowed: 1750/3/2 (Monday). Returned: 1750/3/12 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

Author: Henry Ellis (Male, born 1721, died 1806), Genre: Travel

Voyage to Hudson’s-Bay, by the Dobbs Galley and California, in the Years 1746 and 1747

Record ID 16883

Spectator Vol. 1 & 2d

Borrowed: 1750/3/9 (Monday). Returned: 1750/3/16 (Monday). Classmark: E.7.68. Original Returned Text: Spectator Vol 1 & 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Alexander Shaw
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1738. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1409678988.
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 1, Volume 2

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: 1750/3/9 (Monday). Returned: 1750/3/16 (Monday).

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

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

Spectator

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16884

Midleton's Life of Cicero Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/11/23 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/12/7 (Sunday). Classmark: J.2.14. Original Returned Text: Midletons Life of Cicero V. 1st. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750)
Genre: Lives
The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. In two volumes. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of the University of Cambridge
Classmark: J.2.16, J.2.14, P.3.31, K.4.8.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750)
Genre: Lives
The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. In two volumes. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of the University of Cambridge
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1741. Format: 4to. Pagination: 2 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 104 times in 73 borrowing records


Book Work

Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750)
Genre: Lives
History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero

Borrowed: 1749/11/23 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/12/7 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750), Genre: Lives

History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16885

Popes Hom. Iliad Vol 1 & 2d

Borrowed: 1749/11/23 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/12/29 (Monday). Classmark: A.3.8. Original Returned Text: Popes Hom. Iliad V. 1 & 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Homer (Male)
Genre: Poetry
The Iliad of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope.
Classmark: A.3.8?, A.3.26.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1 (1-2)

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Homer (Male)
Genre: Poetry
The Iliad of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1715-1720. Format: folio. Pagination: 6 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 107 times in 80 borrowing records


Book Work

Homer (Male)
Genre: Poetry
Iliad

Borrowed: 1749/11/23 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/12/29 (Monday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: Homer (Male), Genre: Poetry

Iliad

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1 (1-2)

Record ID 16886

Coustos' Sufferings in ye Inquisition

Borrowed: 1749/11/27 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/12/1 (Monday). Classmark: K.4.12. Original Returned Text: Coustos' Sufferings. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Coustos (Male, born 1703, died 1746)
Genre: History, Genre: Lives
The Sufferings of John Coustos, for Free-Masonry, and for His refusing to turn Roman Catholic, in the Inquisition at Lisbon; Where he was sentenc'd, during Four Years, to the Galley; and afterwards releas'd from thence by the gracious Interposition of his present Majesty King George II. To which is annex'd, The Origin of the Inquisition, with its Establishment in various Countries. A distinct Account of that Tribunal, with many Examples of its Injustice and Cruelty; and the Practice of the Primitive Church, in bringingn over Hereticks, compared with that of the Inquisition. Extracted from a great Variety of the most approved Authors. Enrich'd with Sculptures, design'd by Mr. Boitard.
Classmark: K.4.20, K.4.12, B.4.6.

Borrowed: 1749/11/27 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/12/1 (Monday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: John Coustos (Male, born 1703, died 1746), Genre: History, Genre: Lives

Sufferings of John Coustos

Record ID 16887

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/12/4 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/12/29 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
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 1

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

Borrower: John Ramsay

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16888

Midletons Life of Cicero Vol . 2d

Borrowed: 1749/12/7 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/12/18 (Thursday). Classmark: J.2.14. Original Returned Text: Midletons Life of Cicero V.2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750)
Genre: Lives
The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. In two volumes. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of the University of Cambridge
Classmark: J.2.16, J.2.14, P.3.31, K.4.8.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750)
Genre: Lives
The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. In two volumes. By Conyers Middleton, D. D. Principal Library-Keeper of the University of Cambridge
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1741. Format: 4to. Pagination: 2 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 104 times in 73 borrowing records


Book Work

Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750)
Genre: Lives
History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero

Borrowed: 1749/12/7 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/12/18 (Thursday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: Conyers Middleton (Male, born 1683, died 1750), Genre: Lives

History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16889

Hooks Rom. History Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/12/25 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/1/26 (Monday). Classmark: J.3.7. Original Returned Text: Hook's Rom. Hist. Vol . 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The Roman History, from the building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with Maps and other Plates. By N. Hooke, Esq.
Classmark: J.3.7, M.4.21, M.4.22, E.2.14, P.4.2.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1738. Format: 4to. Pagination: 4 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 235 times in 179 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates. Vol.II. By N. Hooke, Esq;
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1745. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 144 times in 122 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates. Vol. III. By N. Hooke, Esq;
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1764. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 144 times in 122 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The Roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates. Vol. IV. By N. Hooke, Esq;
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1771. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 316 times in 291 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Borrowed: 1749/12/25 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/1/26 (Monday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763), Genre: History

Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16890

Nature displayed Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/20 (Friday). Classmark: J.4.20. Original Returned Text: Nature display'd Vol 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Noël Antoine Pluche (Male, born 1688, died 1761)
Genre: Education, Genre: Natural Philosophy
Spectacle de la nature: or, nature display’d. Being discourses on such particulars of natural history as were thought most proper to excite the curiosity, and form the minds of youth. Illustrated with copper plates. Vol. III. Translated from the original French.
Classmark: J.4.20, B.5.26, B.4.31.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Noël Antoine Pluche (Male, born 1688, died 1761)
Genre: Education, Genre: Natural Philosophy
Spectacle de la nature: or, nature display’d. Being discourses on such particulars of natural history as were thought most proper to excite the curiosity, and form the minds of youth. Illustrated with copper plates. Vol. III. Translated from the original French.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1736. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 132 times in 96 borrowing records


Book Work

Noël Antoine Pluche (Male, born 1688, died 1761)
Genre: Education, Genre: Natural Philosophy
Spectacle de la Nature: or, Nature Display’d

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/20 (Friday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: Noël Antoine Pluche (Male, born 1688, died 1761), Genre: Education, Genre: Natural Philosophy

Spectacle de la Nature: or, Nature Display’d

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Record ID 16891

Hook's Roman Hist. Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.3.7. Original Returned Text: Hook's Rom. Hist. V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The Roman History, from the building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with Maps and other Plates. By N. Hooke, Esq.
Classmark: J.3.7, M.4.21, M.4.22, E.2.14, P.4.2.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1738. Format: 4to. Pagination: 4 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 235 times in 179 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates. Vol.II. By N. Hooke, Esq;
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1745. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 144 times in 122 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates. Vol. III. By N. Hooke, Esq;
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1764. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 144 times in 122 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The Roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with maps and other plates. Vol. IV. By N. Hooke, Esq;
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1771. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 316 times in 291 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

Author: Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763), Genre: History

Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16892

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/3/15 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. Vol 3<sup>d.</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


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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 3

Borrowed: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/3/15 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Ramsay

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Record ID 16893

Derhams Physicotheology

Borrowed: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/3/13 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.21. Original Returned Text: Derhams Physicotheology. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Ramsay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1732-1821. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1405477596.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

William Derham (Male, born 1657, died 1735)
Genre: Natural Philosophy, Genre: Theology
Physico-Theology: or, A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, from his Works of Creation. Being the substance of sixteen sermons preached in St. Mary le Bow-Church, London, at the Honourable Mr. Boyle's lectures, in the year 1711 and 1712. With large notes, and many curious observations. By W. Derham, Canon of Windsor, Rector of Upminster in Essex, and F.R.S.
Classmark: J.5.22, J.5.21, Q.4.1.