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Record ID 51485

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Black Acts

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/10 (Sunday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 10 Jun 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


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Parliament Scotland (Unspecified)
Genre: Law
Actis and constitutiounis of the realme of Scotland.
Press: BQ. Shelf: 3. Number: 1. Original Author: Scotland. Parliament..

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/10 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Millar

Author: Parliament Scotland (Unspecified), Genre: Law

Acts of the Scottish Parliament

Record ID 51486

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Reid's Inquiry

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/11/16 (Friday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 16 Nov 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


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Thomas Reid (Male, born 1710, died 1796)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
Inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense.
Press: AP. Shelf: 9. Number: 15. Possible modern shelfmark: Sp Coll Bk3-g.15  . Original Author: Reid, Thomas, 1710-1796..

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Thomas Reid (Male, born 1710, died 1796)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
An inquiry into the human mind, on the principles of common sense.
Language: English . Published: Edinburgh. Date of publication: 1765. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: 1


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Thomas Reid (Male, born 1710, died 1796)
Genre: Philosophy and Morality
Inquiry into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/11/16 (Friday).

Borrower: John Millar

Author: Thomas Reid (Male, born 1710, died 1796), Genre: Philosophy and Morality

Inquiry into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense

Record ID 51483

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Dalrymple's Memoirs. V. 2

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/10 (Sunday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 10 Jun 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


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Sir John Dalrymple (Male, born 1726, died 1810)
Genre: History
Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland: From the dissolution of the last Parliament of Charles II. until the sea-battle off La Hogue.
Press: D. Shelf: 2. Number: 5. Possible modern shelfmark: Store HQ01808-HQ01809. Original Author: Dalrymple, John, Sir, 1726-1810..
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Sir John Dalrymple (Male, born 1726, died 1810)
Genre: History
Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland. From the dissolution of the last Parliament of Charles II. until the sea-battle off La Hogue. By Sir John Dalrymple, Bart.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1771. Format: 4to.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 37 times in 23 borrowing records


Book Work

Sir John Dalrymple (Male, born 1726, died 1810)
Genre: History
Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland from the Dissolution of the Last Parliament of Charles II until the Sea-Battle off La Hogue

Record ID 51484

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Macaulay's History 8 Vols. V. 1-5 & 7. ret.d

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/10 (Sunday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 10 Jun 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Catherine Macaulay (Female, born 1731, died 1791)
Genre: History
History of England from the accession of James I. to [the Revolution].
Press: Q. Shelf: 7. Number: 11.12. Possible modern shelfmark: Sp Coll Bn2-e.10-17. Original Author: Macaulay-Graham, Catherine..
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, Volume 5, Volume 7

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Catherine Macaulay (Female, born 1731, died 1791)
Genre: History
The history of England from the accession of James I. to that of the Brunswick line.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1763-1783. Format: 4to. Pagination: 8 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 72 times in 42 borrowing records


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Catherine Macaulay (Female, born 1731, died 1791)
Genre: History
History of England [Catherine Macaulay]

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/10 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Millar

Author: Catherine Macaulay (Female, born 1731, died 1791), Genre: History

History of England [Catherine Macaulay]

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, Volume 5, Volume 7

Record ID 51480

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Haris's lives of Jas. 1 Ch. 1 Cromwell & Ch. Ii 5 Vols

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/12/10 (Monday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 10 Dec 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


Book HoldingLibrary record

William Harris (Male, born 1720, died 1770)
Genre: History, Genre: Lives
Historical and critical account of the life and writings of Charles I.
Press: AV. Shelf: 3. Number: 9,10. Possible modern shelfmark: Sp Coll RB 3097  . Original Author: Harris, William, 1720-1770..
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

William Harris (Male, born 1720, died 1770)
Genre: History, Genre: Lives
An historical and critical account of the life and writings of Charles I. King of Great Britain.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1758. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 14 times in 10 borrowing records


Book Work

William Harris (Male, born 1720, died 1770)
Genre: History, Genre: Lives
Historical and Critical account of the Life and Writings of Charles I

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/12/10 (Monday).

Borrower: John Millar

Author: William Harris (Male, born 1720, died 1770), Genre: History, Genre: Lives

Historical and Critical account of the Life and Writings of Charles I

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 51482

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Campbell's Survey 2 Vol.

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/17 (Sunday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 17 Jun 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


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John Campbell (Male, born 1708, died 1775)
Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
Political survey of Britain: being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, and commerce of this island.
Press: Z. Shelf: 7. Number: 4, 5. Possible modern shelfmark: Sp Coll Bh5-e.15-16. Original Author: Campbell, John, 1708-1775..
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

John Campbell (Male, born 1708, died 1775)
Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
A political survey of Britain: being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, and commerce of this island.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1774. Format: 4to. Pagination: 2 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 33 times in 25 borrowing records


Book Work

John Campbell (Male, born 1708, died 1775)
Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy
Political Survey of Britain

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/6/17 (Sunday).

Borrower: John Millar

Author: John Campbell (Male, born 1708, died 1775), Genre: Politics, Society and Political Economy

Political Survey of Britain

Volumes borrowed: Volume 1

Record ID 51481

Library: Glasgow University Library. Register: MS Lib 5: Professors Receipt Book (1770-1790, Type: Professorial). Page: 27r

Lady Rachel Russell's letters

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/10/27 (Saturday). Original Borrowed Date: 24 May 1787. Original Returned Date: 27 Oct 1787.


Borrower

John Millar
Gender: Male.
Occupation (original): Professor.
Class: Logic. Original Full Name: Mr Millar. Life dates: 1735-1801.
Occupation (normalised): Education > University Student. Education > University Professor. Law > Advocate.


Book HoldingLibrary record

Lady Rachel Russell (Female, born 1636, died 1723)
Genre: Lives
Letters; form the manuscript in the library at Woburn Abbey : to which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, etc.
Press: AF. Shelf: 8. Number: 6. Possible modern shelfmark: Sp Coll Bk3-e.2  . Original Author: Russell, Rachel, Lady, 1636-1723..

Borrowed: 1787/5/24 (Thursday). Returned: 1787/10/27 (Saturday).

Borrower: John Millar

Author: Lady Rachel Russell (Female, born 1636, died 1723), Genre: Lives

Letters of Lady Rachel Russell