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Record ID 40980

Library: Haddington Library. Register: MS16481 (1790-1816, Type: Town). Page: 17v

3 Vol. of Fieldings Works

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday). Returned: /5. Original Borrowed Date: 21. Original Borrower: William Pringle.


Borrower

William Pringle
Gender: Male.


Book Holding

Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754)
Genre: Fiction
Works of Henry Fielding, Esq. With an essay on the life and genius of the author.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Book Edition

Confidence level: Very likely

Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754)
Genre: Fiction
The works of Henry Fielding, Esq. With an essay on the life and genius of the author. Vol. I.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1775. Format: 12mo. Pagination: 12 vols.
Number of borrowings: Volumes associated with this edition were borrowed 314 times in 238 borrowing records


Book Work

Henry Fielding (Male, born 1707, died 1754)
Genre: Fiction
Works of Henry Fielding

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday). Returned: /5.

Borrower: William Pringle

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

Works of Henry Fielding

Volumes borrowed: Volume 3

Record ID 40979

Library: Haddington Library. Register: MS16481 (1790-1816, Type: Town). Page: 17v

The Beauties of Scotland Vol 3 Part 2

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday). Original Borrowed Date: March 21. Original Borrower: Richard Hay.


Borrower

Richard Hay
Gender: Male.
Birth date: 1758.
Occupation (normalised): Education > Teacher.


Book Holding

Robert Forsyth (Male)
Genre: Practical Arts/Useful Knowledge, Genre: Travel
Beauties of Scotland: containing a full account of the agriculture, commerce, mines, and manufactures; of the population, cities, towns, etc., of each county.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 3.2

Record ID 36922

Library: Selkirk Library. Register: volume 2 (1810-1814, Type: Town). Page: 1010569

Chathams Letters

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday). Returned: 1808/4/6 (Wednesday).


Borrower

Mr Henry Scott
Gender: Male. Address: Deloraine.
Occupation (original): Tenant.
Occupation (normalised): Agricultural > Farmer. Agricultural > Tenant.


Book Holding

William Pitt Earl of Chatham (Male, born 1708, died 1778), Hugh Murray (Male, born 1779, died 1846)
Genre: Lives, Genre: Fiction
Chatham's Letters, bound with Swiss Emigrants

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

William Pitt Earl of Chatham (Male, born 1708, died 1778)
Genre: Lives
Letters written by the late Earl of Chatham to his Nephew Thomas Pitt, Esq., afterwards Lord Camelford.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1804. Format: 8vo.
Number of borrowings: 21


Book Work

William Pitt Earl of Chatham (Male, born 1708, died 1778)
Genre: Lives
Letters Written by the late Earl of Chatham to his Nephew Thomas Pitt, Esq.

Book Edition

Confidence level: Certain

Hugh Murray (Male, born 1779, died 1846)
Genre: Fiction
The Swiss Emigrants: a tale.
Language: English . Published: London. Date of publication: 1804. Format: 12mo.
Number of borrowings: 8


Book Work

Hugh Murray (Male, born 1779, died 1846)
Genre: Fiction
Swiss Emigrants: A Tale

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday). Returned: 1808/4/6 (Wednesday).

Borrower: Mr Henry Scott

Author: William Pitt Earl of Chatham (Male, born 1708, died 1778), Hugh Murray (Male, born 1779, died 1846), Genre: Lives, Genre: Fiction

Letters Written by the late Earl of Chatham to his Nephew Thomas Pitt, Esq., Swiss Emigrants: A Tale

Record ID 36923

Library: Selkirk Library. Register: volume 2 (1810-1814, Type: Town). Page: 1010569

Beckmans Poem

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday).


Borrower

Mr Henry Scott
Gender: Male. Address: Deloraine.
Occupation (original): Tenant.
Occupation (normalised): Agricultural > Farmer. Agricultural > Tenant.

Borrowed: 1808/3/21 (Monday).

Borrower: Mr Henry Scott