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Record ID 16433

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 67

Philosoph. Transactions Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/8 (Sunday). Classmark: F.5.18. Original Returned Text: Philosoph. Transact V. 1st. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Hugh Ross Rose
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

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

Record ID 16432

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 67

Boyles Lectures abridg'd Vol. 2d

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/20 (Friday). Classmark: J.4.13. Original Returned Text: Boyle's Lectures abridg'd V. 2<sup>d</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Hugh Ross Rose
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


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Gilbert Burnet (Male, born 1643, died 1715)
Genre: Sermons
A defence of natural and revealed religion: being an abridgment of the sermons preached at the lecture founded by the Hon[ble] Robert Boyle, Esq; by Dr. Bentley Bp. Kidder Bp. Williams Bp. Gastrell Dr. Harris Bp. Bradford Bp. Blackhall Dr. Stanhope Dr. S. Clarke Dr. Hancock Mr. Whiston Dr. Turner Dr. Butler Dr. Woodward Mr. Derham Dr. Ibbot Bp. Leng Dr. J. Clarke Archd. Gurdon Dr. Burnet Dr. Berriman. In four volumes. With a general index. By Gilbert Burnet, Vicar of Coggeshall, Essex.
Classmark: J.4.13, B.7.2, B.4.24.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/20 (Friday).

Borrower: Hugh Ross Rose

Author: Gilbert Burnet (Male, born 1643, died 1715), Genre: Sermons

Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion [Abridgement]

Volumes borrowed: Volume 2

Record ID 16417

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 67

Cote's Hydrost. & Pneumat. Lectures

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/13 (Friday). Classmark: J.4.24. Original Returned Text: Cote's Hydrost. & pneum. Lectures. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

Henry Monro
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Roger Cotes (Male, born 1682, died 1716), Robert Smith (Male, born 1689, died 1768)
Genre: Natural Philosophy
Hydrostatical and Pneumatical lectures by Roger Cotes A.M. Late Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge: Published with Notes By his Successor Robert Smith LL.D. Master of Mechanicks to His Majesty.
Classmark: J.4.24, B.7.19.

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/13 (Friday).

Borrower: Henry Monro

Author: Roger Cotes (Male, born 1682, died 1716), Robert Smith (Male, born 1689, died 1768), Genre: Natural Philosophy

Hydrostatical and Pneumatical Lectures by Roger Cotes ... with Notes By his Successor Robert Smith

Record ID 16539

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 72

Marshalls Sermons Vol. 1 & 3d

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/4/30 (Thursday). Classmark: C.6.1. Original Returned Text: Marshall's Sermons V. 1. &3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

George Robertson
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Nathaniel Marshall (Male, died 1730)
Genre: Sermons
Sermons on Several Occasions, in Three Volumes. By the late Reverend Nathaniel Marshall, D.D. Canon of Windsor, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty.
Classmark: C.6.1, P.5.47, R.5.4.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 3

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Nathaniel Marshall (Male, died 1730)
Genre: Sermons
Sermons on Several Occasions, in Three Volumes. By the late Reverend Nathaniel Marshall, D.D. Canon of Windsor, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1731. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 36 times in 24 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Marshall (Male, died 1730)
Genre: Sermons
Sermons on Several Occasions [Nathaniel Marshall]

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/4/30 (Thursday).

Borrower: George Robertson

Author: Nathaniel Marshall (Male, died 1730), Genre: Sermons

Sermons on Several Occasions [Nathaniel Marshall]

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 3

Record ID 16880

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

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

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


Borrower

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


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

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

Borrower: Alexander Shaw

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

General History of China

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 16904

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

Preceptor Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/24 (Tuesday). Classmark: J.6.5. Original Returned Text: Preceptor Vol. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Gregory.


Borrower

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


Book Holding

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

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/24 (Tuesday).

Borrower: William Reid

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

Preceptor: Containing A General Course of Education

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 16926

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 90

Ditton on the Resurrection

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/4/11 (Saturday). Classmark: J.4.17. Original Returned Text: Ditton on ye Resurrection. Professor: Andrew Shaw.


Borrower

Thomas Bisset
Gender: Male.
Life dates: c. 1730-1800. St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897: https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1367219772.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


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Humphry Ditton (Male, born 1675, died 1715)
Genre: Theology
A Discourse concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. In three parts. Wherein, I. The consequence of the doctrine are stated hypothetically. II. The nature and obligation of moral evidence are explain'd at large. III. The proofs of the fact of our Saviour's resurrection are propos'd, examin'd, and fairly demonstrated to be conclusive. Together with an appendix concerning the impossible production of thought from matter and motion: the nature of human souls, and of brutes: the nima Mundi, and the hypothesis of the Το Παν; as also, concerning Divine Providence, the origin of Evil, and the Universe in general. By Humphry Ditton, late Master of the New Mathematical School in Christ's Hospital.
Classmark: J.4.17, B.4.9, B.5.22.

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/4/11 (Saturday).

Borrower: Thomas Bisset

Author: Humphry Ditton (Male, born 1675, died 1715), Genre: Theology

Discourse concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Record ID 16939

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 90

Addisons Works Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/12 (Thursday). Classmark: A.5.14. Original Returned Text: Addisons Works V. 1<sup>st</sup>. 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.


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 1

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: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/12 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Dunbar

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 1

Record ID 16938

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 90

Hooks Rom. History Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/12 (Thursday). Classmark: J.3.7. Original Returned Text: Hooks Rom. Hist. V. 1<sup>st</sup>. 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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Nathaniel Hooke (Male, born c.1690, died 1763)
Genre: History
The Roman History, from the building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth. Illustrated with Maps and other Plates. By N. Hooke, Esq.
Classmark: J.3.7, M.4.21, M.4.22, E.2.14, P.4.2.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

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


Book Work

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

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


Book Work

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

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


Book Work

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

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

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


Book Work

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

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/12 (Thursday).

Borrower: Robert Dunbar

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

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

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 17049

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

Philosoph. Transactions Vol. 31st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/28 (Saturday). Classmark: K.6.1. Original Returned Text: Philos. Transactions Vol 31<sup>st</sup>. Professor: David Young.


Borrower

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


Book HoldingLibrary record

Royal Society (Great Britain) (Unspecified, born 1660)
Genre: Natural Philosophy, Genre: Periodicals
Philosophical transactions : giving some accompt of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious in many considerable parts of the world.
Classmark: K.6.1.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 31-32 (1720-1723)

Record ID 17165

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 100

Female Spectator Vol 3d

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1752/7/16 (Sunday). Classmark: J.6.3. Original Returned Text: Female Spectator V. 3<sup>d</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Rymer
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book Holding

Eliza Fowler Haywood (Female, born c.1693, died 1756)
Genre: Periodicals
The female spectator.
Classmark: L. ., J.6.3, B.5.10, B.5.18.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Eliza Fowler Haywood (Female, born c.1693, died 1756)
Genre: Periodicals
The female spectator.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1745-1746. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 206 times in 134 borrowing records


Book Work

Eliza Fowler Haywood (Female, born c.1693, died 1756)
Genre: Periodicals
Female Spectator

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1752/7/16 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Rymer

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

Female Spectator

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Record ID 17164

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 100

Watsons Horace Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/11/9 (Monday). Classmark: J.4.11. Original Returned Text: Watsons Horace V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Rymer
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Horace (Male, born BCE65-12-8, died BCE8-11-27)
Genre: Poetry
The Odes, epodes, and carmen Seculare of Horace, Translated into English Prose, As near as the Two Languages will admit. Together with the Original Latin from the Best Editions. Wherein The Words of the Latin Text are put in their Grammatical Order; the Observation of the most Valuable Commentators, both ancient and modern, represented; and the Author's Design and Beautiful Descriptions fully set forth in a Key annexed to each Ode and Poem; with Notes both Geographical and Historical. The Whole adapted to the Capacities of Youth at School, as well as of Private Gentlemen. By David Watson, M.A. Of St. Leonard's College, St. Andrew's. Revised by a Gentleman will-skilled in this sort of Literature at London.
Classmark: J.4.11, D.3.3, R.5.3.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/11/9 (Monday).

Borrower: John Rymer

Author: Horace (Male, born BCE65-12-8, died BCE8-11-27), Genre: Poetry

Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Seculare of Horace

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 17166

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 100

Shuckfords Connection Vol 1st

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/23 (Monday). Classmark: J.5.7. Original Returned Text: Shuckfords Connection V. 1<sup>st</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Rymer
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Samuel Shuckford (Male, born c.1693, died 1754)
Genre: History, Genre: Theology
The Sacred and Prophane History of the World Connected, from the Creation of the World to the Dissolution of the Assyrian Empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah. By Samuel Shuckford, M.A. Rector of Shelton in the County of Norfolk.
Classmark: J.5.7, D.4.8, M.6.3.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Samuel Shuckford (Male, born c.1693, died 1754)
Genre: History, Genre: Theology
The Sacred and Prophane History of the World Connected, from the Creation of the World to the Dissolution of the Assyrian Empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah. By Samuel Shuckford, M.A. Rector of Shelton in the County of Norfolk.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1731. Format: 8vo. Pagination: 2 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 89 times in 55 borrowing records


Book Work

Samuel Shuckford (Male, born c.1693, died 1754)
Genre: History, Genre: Theology
Sacred and Prophane History of the World Connected

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/3/23 (Monday).

Borrower: John Rymer

Author: Samuel Shuckford (Male, born c.1693, died 1754), Genre: History, Genre: Theology

Sacred and Prophane History of the World Connected

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 17163

Library: St Andrews University Library. Register: Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2) (1748-1753, Type: Other). Page: 100

Lardner on ye Gospel history 4 Voll.

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/28 (Saturday). Classmark: K.4.11. Original Returned Text: Lardner 4 V<sup>s</sup>. Professor: Henry Rymer.


Borrower

John Rymer
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Nathaniel Lardner (Male, born 1684, died 1768)
Genre: Theology
The Credibility of the Gospel History: Or, The Facts Occasionally mention'd in the New Testament Confirmed by Passages of Ancient Authors, Who were contemporary with our Saviour or his Apostles, or lived near their Time. With an Appendix concerning the Time of Herod's Death. By Nathaniel Lardner.
Classmark: K.4.11, B.4.7, B.3.15, B.4.35.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Nathaniel Lardner (Male, born 1684, died 1768)
Genre: Theology
The Credibility of the Gospel History: Or, The Facts Occasionally mention'd in the New Testament Confirmed by Passages of Ancient Authors, Who were contemporary with our Saviour or his Apostles, or lived near their Time. With an Appendix concerning the Time of Herod's Death. By Nathaniel Lardner.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1730. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 27 times in 10 borrowing records


Book Work

Nathaniel Lardner (Male, born 1684, died 1768)
Genre: Theology
Credibility of the Gospel History

Borrowed: 1750/1/29 (Thursday). Returned: 1750/2/28 (Saturday).

Borrower: John Rymer

Author: Nathaniel Lardner (Male, born 1684, died 1768), Genre: Theology

Credibility of the Gospel History

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