Books and Borrowing 1750-1830

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Record ID 278894

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 51

Hist: of the Steuarts

Borrowed: 1754/7/31 (Wednesday).


Dougall Maxwell
Gender: Male.
Occupation (normalised): Independent Means > Landowner/Landlord/Laird.

Thomas Nivison
Gender: Male. Borrower type: Other.
Occupation (normalised): Domestic Service > Indoor Servants.

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John Oldmixon (Male, born 1673, died 1742)
Genre: History
The history of England, during the reigns of the Royal House of Stuart. Wherein the errors of late histories are discover’d and corrected; ... By the author of the Critical history of England. [Oldmixon]
Classmark: 1.2.12-13.
Volumes borrowed: Volume 1, Volume 2

Record ID 278912

Library: Dumfries Presbytery Library. Register: Issue Book (Type: Professorial). Page: 52

Crader's Apost: Hist:

Borrowed: 1754/7/31 (Wednesday).


John Scott
Gender: Male.
Life dates: 1697-1770.
Occupation (normalised): Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland.

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Samuel Cradock (Male, born c.1621, died 1706)
Genre: Lives, Genre: Theology
The apostolical history: containing the acts, labours, travels, sermons, discourses, miracles, successes, and sufferings, of the Holy Apostles from Christ’s ascention to the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus; a brief description whereof is here inserted. Also, a narratio of the particular times and occasions upon which the apostolical epistles were written; together with a brief analytical paraphrase of them. To which is added (for the better understanding of this history) a map of the Apostle Paul’s travels. Published for the benefit of such as desire clearly to understand, and rightly to improve the Holy Scriptures. By Samuel Cradock, B.D. late Rector of North-Cadbury in Somersetshire.