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Robert Hezlet Nat. Phil BB63Newtons Principia Mr Muirhead 13 Nov 1765 20 Nov 1765 Register 6 page 2vViewNewton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727. Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.  Sp Coll Bm9-g.1   View
Alexr Mccredy Nat. Phil A21Clarks Homer Vol 1st Dr Traill 26 Nov 1765 13 Dec 1765 Register 6 page 3rViewHomer Ilias Graece et Latine. Annotationes ... scripsit atque edidit Samuel Clarke, S.T.P. Sp Coll Bn8-e.7-8 View
Alex.r Mccredy Nat. Phil AS99Addisons Anacreon Dr Moor 13 Dec 1765 27 Dec 1765 Register 6 page 4vViewAnacreon. The works of Anacreon, translated into English verse; with notes explanatory and poetical. To which are added the odes, fragments, and epigrams of Sappho. With the original Greek plac'd opposite to the translation Addison, John, active 1735. Sp Coll Bm9-k.2   View
Alex.r Mccredy Nat. Phil A21Clarks Homer Vol 1st Mr Anderson 13 Dec 1765 27 Dec 1765 Register 6 page 4vViewHomer Ilias Graece et Latine. Annotationes ... scripsit atque edidit Samuel Clarke, S.T.P. Sp Coll Bn8-e.7-8 View
Alex.r Mccredy Nat. Phil CE423Keils Physics Dr Traill 16 Dec 1765 20 Feb 1766 Register 6 page 4vViewKeill, John, 1671-1721. Introductio ad veram physicam: seu lectiones physicae ... Quibus accedunt theorematum Hugeniorum de vi centrifuga et motu circulari demonstrationes ... Sp Coll Bm3-g.8   View
Tim.y Kirby Nat. Phil CI34Littletons Latin Dictionary Dr Moor 16 Dec 1765 7 May 1766 Register 6 page 4vViewLittleton, Adam, 1627-1694. Linguae Latinae liber dictionarius quadripartitus. : A Latin dictionary, in four parts. I. An English-Latine. II. A Latine-classical. III. A Latine-proper. IV. A Latine-barbarous. Wherein the Latine and English are adjusted, ... particularly, 1. In the English-latin, more words and proprieties of our language, as now spoken, are set down, ... 2. In the Latine-classick, the etymologies, significations, and phrases are fully and plainly, yet briefly, discoursed; together with the several kinds and constructions of the verbs ... 3. In the Latine-proper, the expressions of story, ... with two mapps, one of Italy, another of old Rome. 4. In the Latine-barbarous, those words which through mistake of writing ... or by ignorance or boldness of later authors have crept into the Latine, are exposed and expounded. ... Of all which several performances, together with considerable additions of new matter ... is given in the prefaces. Sp Coll Bn2-g.13 View
John Wallace Nat. Phil AT814Theory of Fevers Mr Anderson 13 May 1766 19 May 1766 Register 6 page 16rViewCheyne, George, M.D., F.R.S. A new theory of acute and slow continu'd fevers ... To which is prefix'd an essay concerning the improvements of the theory of medicine Sp Coll Bk6-h.3   View
John Wallace Nat. Phil AE119Peregrine Pickle Vol 6th Mr Clow 19 May 1766 20 May 1766 Register 6 page 16vSmollett, T. (Tobias), 1721-1771. The adventures of Peregrine Pickle View