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Record ID 16479

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 69

Marloratus in Epistolas

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/1 (Sunday). Classmark: H.2.8. Original Returned Text: Marloratus in Epistolas. Professor: James Murison.


Borrower

Alexander Ferrier
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1728-1764. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1379701604.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


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Augustin Marlorat du Pasquier (Male, born 1506, died 1562-10-31)
Genre: Theology
Propheticae et apostolicae, id est, totius diuinae ac canonicae scriptur[a]e, thesaurus, in locos communes rerum, dogmatum suis exemplis illustratorum, & phraseôn scripturae familiarium, ordine alphabetico digestus. Ex Augustini Marlorati aduersariis, à Guiliel. Feugereio in codicem relatus. Noua editio emendatior ... Cui accesserunt duo indices locupletissimi.
Classmark: H.2.8.

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/1 (Sunday).

Borrower: Alexander Ferrier

Author: Augustin Marlorat du Pasquier (Male, born 1506, died 1562-10-31), Genre: Theology

Propheticae et Apostolicae

Record ID 16480

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 69

Hammond on ye N. Testament

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/3 (Tuesday). Classmark: H.4.26. Original Returned Text: Hammond on ye N. Testam<sup>t</sup>. Professor: James Murison.


Borrower

Alexander Ferrier
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1728-1764. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1379701604.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Henry Hammond (Male, born 1605, died 1660)
Genre: Theology
A paraphrase, and annotations upon all the books of the New Testament: briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof. By H. Hammond, D.D.
Classmark: H.4.26, Q.2.24, S.3.6.

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Confidence level: Certain

Henry Hammond (Male, born 1605, died 1660)
Genre: Theology
A paraphrase, and annotations upon all the books of the New Testament: briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof. By H. Hammond, D.D.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1653. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: 26


Book Work

Henry Hammond (Male, born 1605, died 1660)
Genre: Theology
Paraphrase, and Annotations upon all the Books of the New Testament

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/3 (Tuesday).

Borrower: Alexander Ferrier

Author: Henry Hammond (Male, born 1605, died 1660), Genre: Theology

Paraphrase, and Annotations upon all the Books of the New Testament

Record ID 16481

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 69

Whitby on ye N. Testamt Vol 2d .

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/3 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.2.16. Original Returned Text: Whitby on ye N. Testam<sup>t</sup> V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: James Murison.


Borrower

Alexander Ferrier
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1728-1764. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1379701604.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Daniel Whitby (Male, born 1638, died 1726)
Genre: Theology
A paraphrase and commentary on The New Testament. In two volumes. The First, containing The Four Gospels, and the Acts of the Holy Apostles. The Second, All the Epistle; with a Discourse on the Millennium. To which is added, A Chronology of the New Testament, a Map, and an Alphabetical Table of all the Places mentioned in the Gostpel, Acts, or the Epistles. With Tables to each, of the Matters contained, and of the Words and Phrases explained throughout the whole Work. By Daniel Whitby, D. D. Late Chantor of the Church of Sarum.
Classmark: J.2.7, J.2.16, Q.2.6, Q.2.7.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/3 (Tuesday).

Borrower: Alexander Ferrier

Author: Daniel Whitby (Male, born 1638, died 1726), Genre: Theology

Paraphrase and Commentary on the New Testament

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16637

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 76

Rowes Works Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/22 (Thursday). Classmark: J.4.35. Original Returned Text: Rowes Works Vol 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: James Murison.


Borrower

Philip Morrison
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Elizabeth Singer Rowe (Female, born 1674, died 1737), Thomas Rowe (Male, born 1687, died 1715)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction, Genre: Poetry
The miscellaneous works in prose and verse of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. The greater part now first published, by her order, from her original manuscripts, by Mr. Theophilus Rowe. To which are added, poems on several occasions, by Mr. Thomas Rowe. And to the whole is prefix’d, an account of the lives and writings of the authors. In two volumes. Vol. ...
Classmark: J.4.35, B.7.7.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1 [ Elizabeth Singer Rowe (Female, born 1674, died 1737)],

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Elizabeth Singer Rowe (Female, born 1674, died 1737), Thomas Rowe (Male, born 1687, died 1715)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction, Genre: Poetry
The miscellaneous works in prose and verse of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. The greater part now first published, by her order, from her original manuscripts, by Mr. Theophilus Rowe. To which are added, poems on several occasions, by Mr. Thomas Rowe. And to the whole is prefix’d, an account of the lives and writings of the authors.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1739. Format: 8vo.
Editors: Rowe, Theophilus.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 54 times in 35 borrowing records


Book Work

Elizabeth Singer Rowe (Female, born 1674, died 1737), Thomas Rowe (Male, born 1687, died 1715)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction, Genre: Poetry
Miscellaneous Works in Prose and Verse of Mrs Elizabeth Rowe

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/22 (Thursday).

Borrower: Philip Morrison

Author: Elizabeth Singer Rowe (Female, born 1674, died 1737), Thomas Rowe (Male, born 1687, died 1715), Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction, Genre: Poetry

Miscellaneous Works in Prose and Verse of Mrs Elizabeth Rowe

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16850

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

Bradly's Husbandry & Gardening

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/26 (Friday). Classmark: E.5.20. Original Returned Text: Bradleys Husbandry & Gardening. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

James Durham
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1732-1803. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1378092380.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Richard Bradley (Male, born 1688, died 1732)
Genre: Practical Arts/Useful Knowledge
A survey of the Ancient Husbandry and Gardening, Collected from Cato, Varro, Columella, Virgil, and others the most eminent writers among the Greeks and Romans: Wherein many of the most difficult Passages in those Authors are explained, and the whole render'd familiar to our Climate; with Variety of new Experiments. Adorn'd with Cuts. With a preface, shewing the Use of Husbandry, and the Necessity of erecting Publick Gardens. By R. Bradley, Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S.
Classmark: E.5.20, F.5.20.

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/26 (Friday).

Borrower: James Durham

Author: Richard Bradley (Male, born 1688, died 1732), Genre: Practical Arts/Useful Knowledge

Survey of the Ancient Husbandry and Gardening

Record ID 16851

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

Fieldings Miscellanie's Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/26 (Friday). Classmark: K.4.5. Original Returned Text: Fieldings Miscellanies V. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

James Durham
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1732-1803. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1378092380.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction
Miscellanies / by Henry Fielding...in three volumes
Classmark: K.5.14, K.4.5, B.4.14, J.6.9.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction
Miscellanies / by Henry Fielding...in three volumes
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1743. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 139 times in 85 borrowing records


Book Work

Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction
Miscellanies [Henry Fielding]

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1749/12/26 (Friday).

Borrower: James Durham

Author: Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754), Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Fiction

Miscellanies [Henry Fielding]

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Record ID 16897

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 89

Hook's Roman History Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/15 (Thursday). Classmark: J.3.7. Original Returned Text: Hook's Rom. Hist. Vol. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

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


Book HoldingLibrary record

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

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


Book Work

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

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


Book Work

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

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


Book Work

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

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


Book Work

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

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/15 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Reid

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

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

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16898

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 89

Watts Improvet of the Mind

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/1 (Thursday). Classmark: K.5.25. Original Returned Text: Watts Improv<sup>t</sup> of the Mind. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

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


Book Holding

Isaac Watts (Male, born 1674, died 1748)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
The improvement of the mind: or, a supplement to the art of logick: Containing a Variety of Remarks and Rules for the Attainment and Communication of useful Knowledge, in Religion, in the Sciences, and in common Life. By I. Watts, D.D.
Classmark: K.4.8, K.5.25, B.5.17.

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/1 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Reid

Author: Isaac Watts (Male, born 1674, died 1748), Genre: Philosophy and Morality

Improvement of the Mind: or, A Supplement to the Art of Logick

Record ID 16899

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 89

Addisons Works Vol 2d

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/1 (Thursday). Classmark: A.5.14. Original Returned Text: Addisons Works Vol 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

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


Book HoldingLibrary record

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Periodicals, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
Works of ... Joseph Addison.
Classmark: A.5.14, A.5.15, S.6.1.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Periodicals, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
The works of...Joseph Addison.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1721. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 210 times in 196 borrowing records


Book Work

Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719)
Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Periodicals, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
Works of Joseph Addison

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/1/1 (Thursday).

Borrower: William Reid

Author: Joseph Addison (Male, born 1672, died 1719), Genre: Belles Lettres, Genre: Periodicals, Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy

Works of Joseph Addison

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16967

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

Locks Works Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.1.8. Original Returned Text: Locks Works Vol 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

James Key
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

John Locke (Male, born 1632, died 1704)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
The works of John Locke, Esq; In Three Volumes. The contents of which follow in the next Leaf. With Alphabetical Tables.
Classmark: J.1.8, Q.2.8, Q.2.5.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

John Locke (Male, born 1632, died 1704)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
The works of John Locke, Esq; In Three Volumes. The contents of which follow in the next Leaf. With Alphabetical Tables.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1740. Format: folio.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 108 times in 104 borrowing records


Book Work

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

Borrowed: 1749/12/15 (Monday). Returned: 1750/2/17 (Tuesday).

Borrower: James Key

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

Works of John Locke

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