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The 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.

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Record ID 217871

Library: Royal High School of Edinburgh. Register: SL137141 (Type: Student). Page:

Borrowed: 1775/11/17 (Friday).

Borrower: William Cruickshank

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 218555

Library: Royal High School of Edinburgh. Register: SL137141 (Type: Student). Page: 18

Borrowed: 1778/10/6 (Tuesday).

Borrower: Alexander Adam

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 238148

Library: Royal High School of Edinburgh. Register: SL137144 (Type: Student). Page: 124

Borrowed: 1790/1/21 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Smyth

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 15092

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 3

Rollin's Belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1748/2/19 (Monday). Returned: 1748/2/29 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.3. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 1st. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

William Taylor
Gender: Male.
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 1

Borrowed: 1748/2/19 (Monday). Returned: 1748/2/29 (Thursday).

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 1

Record ID 15126

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 5

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1748/2/27 (Tuesday). Returned: 1748/3/24 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.3. Original Returned Text: Rollin's Belles Lettres V. 3d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1808. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377863316.
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: 1748/2/27 (Tuesday). Returned: 1748/3/24 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Duncan

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 15182

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 8

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1748/3/16 (Saturday). Returned: 1748/4/28 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.3. Original Returned Text: Rollins Bell. Lett. Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Robert Balfour
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1365070252.
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: 1748/3/16 (Saturday). Returned: 1748/4/28 (Sunday).

Borrower: Robert Balfour

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 15184

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 8

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1748/3/17 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/3/28 (Thursday). Classmark: J.2.3. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres V. 2d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

William Reid
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: 1748/3/17 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/3/28 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Reid

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 15219

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 10

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1748/3/24 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/4/1 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1808. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377863316.
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 4

Borrowed: 1748/3/24 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/4/1 (Monday).

Borrower: John Duncan

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 15234

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 11

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1748/3/28 (Thursday). Returned: 1748/4/14 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Reid
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 3

Borrowed: 1748/3/28 (Thursday). Returned: 1748/4/14 (Sunday).

Borrower: William Reid

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 15294

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 14

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1748/4/15 (Monday). Returned: 1748/4/28 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres V.2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

David MacGibbon
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: 1748/4/15 (Monday). Returned: 1748/4/28 (Sunday).

Borrower: David MacGibbon

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 15289

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 14

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1748/4/14 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/4/28 (Sunday). Classmark: J. . .. Original Returned Text: Rollins Bell. Lettr. Vol. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

William Reid
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 4

Borrowed: 1748/4/14 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/4/28 (Sunday).

Borrower: William Reid

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 15333

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 16

Rollins Belles Lett: Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1748/4/28 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/5/16 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5. Original Returned Text: Rollin's Belles Lett. Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Reid
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 1

Borrowed: 1748/4/28 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/5/16 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Reid

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 15335

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 16

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1748/4/29 (Monday). Returned: 1748/5/12 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lett. V. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

David MacGibbon
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 4

Borrowed: 1748/4/29 (Monday). Returned: 1748/5/12 (Sunday).

Borrower: David MacGibbon

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 15390

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 19

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1748/6/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1748/6/6 (Thursday). Classmark: J. .. Original Returned Text: Rollin's Belles Lettres Vol. 1<sup>st.</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

William Reid
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 1

Borrowed: 1748/6/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1748/6/6 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Reid

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 15408

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 20

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol 4th

Borrowed: 1748/6/28 (Friday). Returned: 1749/1/23 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's Belles Lettres V. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Robert Watson
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1730-1781. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1417642364.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor.


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 4

Borrowed: 1748/6/28 (Friday). Returned: 1749/1/23 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Watson

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 15452

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 23

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1748/10/18 (Friday). Returned: 1748/11/4 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's Belles Lettres Vol. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Jerome Stone Hieronymus
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1727-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1413267284.
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: 1748/10/18 (Friday). Returned: 1748/11/4 (Monday).

Borrower: Jerome Stone Hieronymus

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 15485

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 24

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1748/10/31 (Thursday). Returned: 1748/11/18 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Jerome Stone Hieronymus
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1727-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1413267284.
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 3

Borrowed: 1748/10/31 (Thursday). Returned: 1748/11/18 (Monday).

Borrower: Jerome Stone Hieronymus

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 15493

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 25

Rollins Belles Letres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1748/11/2 (Saturday). Returned: 1748/11/9 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2.. Original Returned Text: Rollin's Belles Lettres Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Thomas Webster
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 1

Borrowed: 1748/11/2 (Saturday). Returned: 1748/11/9 (Saturday).

Borrower: Thomas Webster

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 15524

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 26

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1748/11/18 (Monday). Returned: 1748/12/12 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5 2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Alexander Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1799. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377717276.
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: 1748/11/18 (Monday). Returned: 1748/12/12 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Duncan

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 15573

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 29

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1748/12/1 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/12/13 (Friday). Classmark: J 5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres V. 3<sup>d</sup. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

Joseph MacCormick
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor.


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 3

Borrowed: 1748/12/1 (Sunday). Returned: 1748/12/13 (Friday).

Borrower: Joseph MacCormick

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 15627

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 31

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1748/12/13 (Friday). Returned: 1748/12/27 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Alexander Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1799. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377717276.
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 3

Borrowed: 1748/12/13 (Friday). Returned: 1748/12/27 (Friday).

Borrower: Alexander Duncan

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 15616

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 31

Rollins Belles Letters Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1748/12/9 (Monday). Returned: 1748/12/23 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2<sup>d</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 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: 1748/12/9 (Monday). Returned: 1748/12/23 (Monday).

Borrower: James Shaw

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 15622

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 31

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1748/12/13 (Friday). Returned: 1749/1/2 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Joseph MacCormick
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor.


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: 1748/12/13 (Friday). Returned: 1749/1/2 (Thursday).

Borrower: Joseph MacCormick

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 15720

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 36

Rollin′s Belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/1/2 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/1/13 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

Hugh Ross Rose
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 1

Borrowed: 1749/1/2 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/1/13 (Monday).

Borrower: Hugh Ross Rose

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 15716

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 36

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/1/2 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/1/19 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins Belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Joseph MacCormick
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor.


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: 1749/1/2 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/1/19 (Sunday).

Borrower: Joseph MacCormick

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 15760

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 38

Rollins Belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1749/1/9 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/3/1 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V.3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

David Russell
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 3

Borrowed: 1749/1/9 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/3/1 (Saturday).

Borrower: David Russell

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 15820

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 40

Rollin′s belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/1/17 (Friday). Returned: 1749/1/23 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V .1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Henry Monro
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 1

Borrowed: 1749/1/17 (Friday). Returned: 1749/1/23 (Thursday).

Borrower: Henry Monro

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 15823

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 41

Rollin′s belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1749/1/24 (Friday). Returned: 1749/2/1 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Henry Monro
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 4

Borrowed: 1749/1/24 (Friday). Returned: 1749/2/1 (Saturday).

Borrower: Henry Monro

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 16046

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 50

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1749/3/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/3/10 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Hugh Ross Rose
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 3

Borrowed: 1749/3/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/3/10 (Monday).

Borrower: Hugh Ross Rose

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 16042

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 50

Rollin′s belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1749/2/7 (Friday). Returned: 1749/2/23 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Hugh Ross Rose
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 4

Borrowed: 1749/2/7 (Friday). Returned: 1749/2/23 (Sunday).

Borrower: Hugh Ross Rose

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 16040

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 50

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/1/25 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/2/7 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Hugh Ross Rose
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: 1749/1/25 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/2/7 (Friday).

Borrower: Hugh Ross Rose

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 16147

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 54

Rollins belles Lettres V. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/4/8 (Tuesday). Returned: 1749/5/19 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</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 1

Borrowed: 1749/4/8 (Tuesday). Returned: 1749/5/19 (Monday).

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 1

Record ID 16184

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 56

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/2/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/4/8 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

David Russell
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 1

Borrowed: 1749/2/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/4/8 (Tuesday).

Borrower: David Russell

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 16186

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 56

Rollin's Belles Lettres Voll 2 & 4.th

Borrowed: 1749/3/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/4/8 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V.2<sup>d</sup> & 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

David Russell
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, Volume 4

Borrowed: 1749/3/1 (Saturday). Returned: 1749/4/8 (Tuesday).

Borrower: David Russell

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2, Volume 4

Record ID 16225

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 58

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/2/7 (Friday). Returned: 1749/2/20 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Simon Blair
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1367553788.
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: 1749/2/7 (Friday). Returned: 1749/2/20 (Thursday).

Borrower: Simon Blair

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 16280

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 60

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/3/19 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: George Hadow.


Borrower

James Ballingall
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1730-1763. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1365154948.
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: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/3/19 (Thursday).

Borrower: James Ballingall

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 16379

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 65

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1749/3/16 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/3/31 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Robert Dalgleish
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1803. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1375400244.
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 3

Borrowed: 1749/3/16 (Sunday). Returned: 1749/3/31 (Monday).

Borrower: Robert Dalgleish

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 16448

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 68

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/5/9 (Friday). Returned: 1749/5/19 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

Jerome Stone Hieronymus
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1727-1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1413267284.
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 2

Borrowed: 1749/5/9 (Friday). Returned: 1749/5/19 (Monday).

Borrower: Jerome Stone Hieronymus

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 16491

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 70

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/10/17 (Friday). Returned: 1749/11/2 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres. V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Andrew Hutton
Gender: Male.
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 1

Borrowed: 1749/10/17 (Friday). Returned: 1749/11/2 (Sunday).

Borrower: Andrew Hutton

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 16498

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 70

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d & 3d

Borrowed: 1749/4/17 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/5/2 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 2<sup>d</sup> & 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Robert Grant
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. c. 1732. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1383332428.
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 2, Volume 3

Borrowed: 1749/4/17 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/5/2 (Friday).

Borrower: Robert Grant

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2, Volume 3

Record ID 16568

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 73

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 16656

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 77

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1749/11/6 (Thursday). Returned: 1749/12/6 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Smibert
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 3

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

Borrower: John Smibert

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 16665

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 78

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1749/10/27 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/7 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Robert Dalgleish
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1803. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1375400244.
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: 1749/10/27 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/7 (Sunday).

Borrower: Robert Dalgleish

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 16859

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 87

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1749/11/21 (Friday). Returned: 1750/1/9 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

David Smith
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 4

Borrowed: 1749/11/21 (Friday). Returned: 1750/1/9 (Friday).

Borrower: David Smith

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 16887

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 88

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 16892

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 88

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.


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 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 16968

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 92

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

James Key
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: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/5 (Monday).

Borrower: James Key

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 17001

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 93

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1750/2/7 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Sutherland
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1777. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1413622868.
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 3

Borrowed: 1750/2/7 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday).

Borrower: John Sutherland

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 16999

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 93

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1750/1/15 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/7 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins[mark] belles Lettres V. 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Sutherland
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1777. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1413622868.
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 4

Borrowed: 1750/1/15 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/7 (Saturday).

Borrower: John Sutherland

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 17040

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 94

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/4/11 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/5/30 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

William Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1799. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377950956.
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: 1750/4/11 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/5/30 (Saturday).

Borrower: William Duncan

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 17027

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 94

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1750/2/23 (Monday). Returned: 1750/4/30 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V 4<sup>th</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Robert Dalgleish
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1803. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1375400244.
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 4

Borrowed: 1750/2/23 (Monday). Returned: 1750/4/30 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Dalgleish

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 17021

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 94

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1749/12/29 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/2 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Robert Dalgleish
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1803. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1375400244.
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: 1749/12/29 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/2 (Monday).

Borrower: Robert Dalgleish

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 17048

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 95

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 3d

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V.3<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 3

Borrowed: 1750/1/5 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/29 (Thursday).

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 3

Record ID 17188

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 101

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 1st

Borrowed: 1750/2/3 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/3/15 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 1st. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

James Thomson
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1414903068.
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: 1750/2/3 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/3/15 (Sunday).

Borrower: James Thomson

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 17190

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 101

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1750/3/20 (Friday). Returned: 1750/4/7 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

James Thomson
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1414903068.
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 2

Borrowed: 1750/3/20 (Friday). Returned: 1750/4/7 (Tuesday).

Borrower: James Thomson

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 17294

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 105

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1750/6/18 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/7/16 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: James Murison.


Borrower

Robert Watson
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1730-1781. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1417642364.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor.


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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 2

Borrowed: 1750/6/18 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/7/16 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Watson

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 17286

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 105

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1750/4/19 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/5/16 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres Vol 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.


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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 2

Borrowed: 1750/4/19 (Sunday). Returned: 1750/5/16 (Saturday).

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 2

Record ID 17347

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 108

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/3/17 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/4/9 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lett. V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Alexander Duff
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1733-1785. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377499452.
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 1

Borrowed: 1750/3/17 (Tuesday). Returned: 1750/4/9 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Duff

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 17439

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 112

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/9/21 (Monday). Returned: 1750/10/29 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 1st. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Robert Dunbar
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377700052.
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 1

Borrowed: 1750/9/21 (Monday). Returned: 1750/10/29 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Dunbar

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 17451

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 112

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1750/5/21 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/6/4 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 2d. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

John Sutherland
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1731-1777. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1413622868.
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 2

Borrowed: 1750/5/21 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/6/4 (Thursday).

Borrower: John Sutherland

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 17495

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 114

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1750/10/17 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/11/21 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V .3d. Professor: John Young.


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: 1750/10/17 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/11/21 (Saturday).

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 17500

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 114

Rollin's belles Lettres V. 4th

Borrowed: 1750/12/3 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/12/11 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Let. V .4th. Professor: John Young.


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 4

Borrowed: 1750/12/3 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/12/11 (Friday).

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 4

Record ID 17521

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 115

Rollins belles Lettres V. 1st

Borrowed: 1750/10/30 (Friday). Returned: 1750/11/24 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belle's Lett. V. 1st. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

David Smith
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 1

Borrowed: 1750/10/30 (Friday). Returned: 1750/11/24 (Tuesday).

Borrower: David Smith

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 17513

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 115

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/12/19 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/12/24 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 1st. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

James Thomson
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1414903068.
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: 1750/12/19 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/12/24 (Thursday).

Borrower: James Thomson

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 17782

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 126

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1750/10/17 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/11/22 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 2d. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

William Reid
Gender: Male.
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 2

Borrowed: 1750/10/17 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/11/22 (Sunday).

Borrower: William Reid

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 17786

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 126

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 4th

Borrowed: 1750/12/13 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/1/4 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles' Lett. V.4th. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

William Reid
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 4

Borrowed: 1750/12/13 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/1/4 (Monday).

Borrower: William Reid

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 17829

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 128

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 4th

Borrowed: 1750/10/19 (Monday). Returned: 1750/10/25 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 4th. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Thomas Marshall
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 4

Borrowed: 1750/10/19 (Monday). Returned: 1750/10/25 (Sunday).

Borrower: Thomas Marshall

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 17909

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 131

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 4th

Borrowed: 1750/11/6 (Friday). Returned: 1750/11/28 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett: V. 4th. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Robert McLagan
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 4

Borrowed: 1750/11/6 (Friday). Returned: 1750/11/28 (Saturday).

Borrower: Robert McLagan

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 17911

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 131

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/11/28 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/12/18 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 1st. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

Robert McLagan
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 1

Borrowed: 1750/11/28 (Saturday). Returned: 1750/12/18 (Friday).

Borrower: Robert McLagan

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 18070

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 138

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1750/11/27 (Friday). Returned: 1750/12/21 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett.r v. 2d. Professor: James Murison.


Borrower

Andrew Hutton
Gender: Male.
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 2

Borrowed: 1750/11/27 (Friday). Returned: 1750/12/21 (Monday).

Borrower: Andrew Hutton

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 18142

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 141

Rollins belles Lettres V.. 1st & 3d

Borrowed: 1751/3/18 (Thursday). Returned: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 1 & 3d. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

Alexander Duff
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1733-1785. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377499452.
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, Volume 3

Borrowed: 1751/3/18 (Thursday). Returned: 1751/4/19 (Monday).

Borrower: Alexander Duff

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 3

Record ID 18146

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 141

Rollins belles Lettres V. 4th

Borrowed: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Returned: 1751/6/3 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 4th. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

Alexander Duff
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1733-1785. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377499452.
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 4

Borrowed: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Returned: 1751/6/3 (Thursday).

Borrower: Alexander Duff

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 18149

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 141

Rollins belles Lettres V. 2d

Borrowed: 1751/10/18 (Monday). Returned: 1751/11/15 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V . 2d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Alexander Duff
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1733-1785. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377499452.
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: 1751/10/18 (Monday). Returned: 1751/11/15 (Monday).

Borrower: Alexander Duff

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 18183

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 142

Rollin's belles Lettres Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Returned: 1751/4/30 (Friday). Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V .3d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Barclay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1734-1798. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1365397532.
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 3

Borrowed: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Returned: 1751/4/30 (Friday).

Borrower: John Barclay

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 18166

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 142

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/12/25 (Friday). Returned: 1751/1/24 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V. 1st. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Barclay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1734-1798. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1365397532.
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: 1750/12/25 (Friday). Returned: 1751/1/24 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Barclay

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 18181

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 142

Rollins belles Lettres V. 2d

Borrowed: 1751/3/28 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lett. V. 2d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Barclay
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1734-1798. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1365397532.
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: 1751/3/28 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/4/19 (Monday).

Borrower: John Barclay

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 18201

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 143

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1751/2/25 (Thursday). Returned: 1751/3/27 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2d. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

William Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1799. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377950956.
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: 1751/2/25 (Thursday). Returned: 1751/3/27 (Saturday).

Borrower: William Duncan

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 18192

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 143

Rollin's belles Lettres V. 3d

Borrowed: 1750/12/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/1/9 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 3d. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

William Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1799. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377950956.
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 3

Borrowed: 1750/12/12 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/1/9 (Saturday).

Borrower: William Duncan

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 18195

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 143

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 4th

Borrowed: 1751/1/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/1/29 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 4th. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

William Duncan
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1733-1799. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377950956.
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 4

Borrowed: 1751/1/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/1/29 (Friday).

Borrower: William Duncan

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 18219

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 144

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1750/12/25 (Friday). Returned: 1751/2/7 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lett. V. 2d. Professor: John Young.


Borrower

James Thomson
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1414903068.
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: 1750/12/25 (Friday). Returned: 1751/2/7 (Sunday).

Borrower: James Thomson

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 18314

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 148

Rollins belles Lettres Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1751/2/21 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/3/15 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 3d. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

David Smith
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 3

Borrowed: 1751/2/21 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/3/15 (Monday).

Borrower: David Smith

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 18370

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 151

Rollins belles Lettres V. 3d

Borrowed: 1751/1/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/2/7 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.1. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V. 3d. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

William Crombie
Gender: Male.
Life dates: ddd. 1789. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1374859940.
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 3

Borrowed: 1751/1/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/2/7 (Sunday).

Borrower: William Crombie

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 18417

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 152

Rollins belles Lettres V. 2d

Borrowed: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Returned: 1751/4/29 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 2d. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

James Laing
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1732-1814. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1390697516.
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: 1751/4/19 (Monday). Returned: 1751/4/29 (Thursday).

Borrower: James Laing

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 18407

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 152

Rollins belles Lettres V. 4th

Borrowed: 1751/3/19 (Friday). Returned: 1751/4/2 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V. 4th. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

James Laing
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1732-1814. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1390697516.
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 4

Borrowed: 1751/3/19 (Friday). Returned: 1751/4/2 (Friday).

Borrower: James Laing

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 18420

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 152

Rollin's belles Lettres V. 1st

Borrowed: 1751/4/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1751/5/8 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.1. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Let. V. 1st. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

James Laing
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1732-1814. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1390697516.
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: 1751/4/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1751/5/8 (Saturday).

Borrower: James Laing

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 18423

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 152

Rollins belles Lettres V. 3d

Borrowed: 1751/5/9 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/5/25 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 3d. Professor: Walter Wilson.


Borrower

James Laing
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1732-1814. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1390697516.
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 3

Borrowed: 1751/5/9 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/5/25 (Tuesday).

Borrower: James Laing

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 18479

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 155

Rollins belles Lettres V. 4th

Borrowed: 1751/1/29 (Friday). Returned: 1751/2/7 (Sunday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 4th. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Griffith Ferguson
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1787. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1379408516.


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 4

Borrowed: 1751/1/29 (Friday). Returned: 1751/2/7 (Sunday).

Borrower: Griffith Ferguson

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 18480

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 155

Rollins belles Lettres Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1751/2/7 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/2/25 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lettres V. 2d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Griffith Ferguson
Gender: Male.
Life dates: d. 1787. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1379408516.


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: 1751/2/7 (Sunday). Returned: 1751/2/25 (Thursday).

Borrower: Griffith Ferguson

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 18804

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 166

Rollins belles Lettres V. 1st

Borrowed: 1751/11/13 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/12/31 (Friday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollin's belles Lettres V.1st. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Simon Blair
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1367553788.
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 1

Borrowed: 1751/11/13 (Saturday). Returned: 1751/12/31 (Friday).

Borrower: Simon Blair

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 18949

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 172

Rollin's belles Lettres V. 1 & 2d

Borrowed: 1752/2/19 (Saturday). Returned: 1752/3/9 (Thursday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V 1 & 2d.


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Professor David Gregory
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Professor.


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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 1, Volume 2

Borrowed: 1752/2/19 (Saturday). Returned: 1752/3/9 (Thursday).

Borrower: Professor David Gregory

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 18948

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 172

Rollin's belles Lettres V. 3d & 4th

Borrowed: 1752/1/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1752/2/19 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V.3 & 4th.


Borrower

Professor David Gregory
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Professor.


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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, Volume 4

Borrowed: 1752/1/22 (Saturday). Returned: 1752/2/19 (Saturday).

Borrower: Professor David Gregory

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3, Volume 4

Record ID 19064

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 177

Rollin's belles Lettres V. 2d

Borrowed: 1751/12/18 (Saturday). Returned: 1752/2/12 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins belles Lett. V. 2d. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Robert McLagan
Gender: Male.
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 2

Borrowed: 1751/12/18 (Saturday). Returned: 1752/2/12 (Saturday).

Borrower: Robert McLagan

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 19067

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 177

Rollins belles Lettres V . 1st

Borrowed: 1752/1/16 (Sunday). Returned: 1752/2/12 (Saturday). Classmark: J.5.2. Original Returned Text: Rollins bell Lett. V . 1st. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

Robert McLagan
Gender: Male.
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 1

Borrowed: 1752/1/16 (Sunday). Returned: 1752/2/12 (Saturday).

Borrower: Robert McLagan

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 93131

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 34-35

Rol. Belles letters 3. 4thVol

Borrowed: 1775/12/27 (Wednesday). Returned: 1776/1/6 (Saturday). Classmark: B6. 6. Original Returned Text: Rol. Belles letters 3 . 4V..


Borrower

Mungo Macfarlane
Gender: Male.
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, Volume 4

Borrowed: 1775/12/27 (Wednesday). Returned: 1776/1/6 (Saturday).

Borrower: Mungo Macfarlane

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3, Volume 4

Record ID 93122

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 34-35

Rol . Belles letters 1 . 2d V.

Borrowed: 1775/11/24 (Friday). Returned: 1775/11/28 (Tuesday). Classmark: B6. .. Original Returned Text: Rol. Belles letters 1 . 2d V.


Borrower

Mungo Macfarlane
Gender: Male.
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 1, Volume 2

Borrowed: 1775/11/24 (Friday). Returned: 1775/11/28 (Tuesday).

Borrower: Mungo Macfarlane

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 93767

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 44-45

Rol. Belles letters 3. 4th V.

Borrowed: 1773/12/11 (Saturday). Returned: 1773/12/11 (Saturday). Classmark: B6. .. Original Returned Text: Rol. Belles letters 3 & 4 V..


Borrower

Thomas Young
Gender: Male.
Life dates: b. 1756. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1420805804.
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, Volume 4

Borrowed: 1773/12/11 (Saturday). Returned: 1773/12/11 (Saturday).

Borrower: Thomas Young

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3, Volume 4

Record ID 96797

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 68-69

Rol. Belles letters Vol 4th

Borrowed: 1772/12/1 (Tuesday). Returned: 1772/12/28 (Monday). Classmark: B6 . 6. Original Returned Text: Rol Belles letter Vol 4th.


Borrower

Alexander Robertson
Gender: Male.
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 4

Borrowed: 1772/12/1 (Tuesday). Returned: 1772/12/28 (Monday).

Borrower: Alexander Robertson

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 104192

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 82-83

Rol. Belles letters 1 & 2 Vol

Borrowed: 1773/11/1 (Monday). Returned: 1773/11/25 (Thursday). Classmark: B6. 6. Original Returned Text: Rol. B. letters 1. 2 V..


Borrower

James Robertson
Gender: Male.
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 1, Volume 2

Borrowed: 1773/11/1 (Monday). Returned: 1773/11/25 (Thursday).

Borrower: James Robertson

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 104981

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 92-93

Rol . Belles letters Vol 4th

Borrowed: 1773/1/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1773/1/11 (Monday). Classmark: B6. ... Original Returned Text: Rol - Belles letters Vol 4th.


Borrower

Robert Robertson
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1407401356.
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 4

Borrowed: 1773/1/9 (Saturday). Returned: 1773/1/11 (Monday).

Borrower: Robert Robertson

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 4

Record ID 110339

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). Page: 122-123

Rol.  Belles letters 2 & 3 Vol

Borrowed: 1772/12/1 (Tuesday). Returned: 1772/12/10 (Thursday). Classmark: B6. 6. Original Returned Text: Rol. Belles letters 2 & 3 V..


Borrower

John Bennett
Gender: Male.
St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1366647420.
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 2, Volume 3

Borrowed: 1772/12/1 (Tuesday). Returned: 1772/12/10 (Thursday).

Borrower: John Bennett

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

Method of Teaching and Studying the Belles Lettres

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2, Volume 3

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