Eighteenth-Century Borrowing from the University of Glasgow

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StudentClassPressShelfNumberBook NameProfessor(s)Date LentDate ReturnedLibrary LinkAuthorTitleEditorShelfmarkESTC Link
Arch.d HamiltonTheology (Theology)AU39Hook's Rom: HistoryDoctor Leechman12 Dec 17574 Jan 1758ViewHooke, Nathaniel.Roman history, from the building of Rome to the ruin of the CommonwealthSp Coll Bo2-d.3-6View
Arch: HamiltonTheology (Theology)CR63Sophocles oct.oDoctor Leechman12 Dec 175719 Jan 1758ViewSophocles.Sophokleous Ai epta tragodiai. Sophocles Tragoediae septem. Cum versione Latina & selectis quibusdam variis lectionibus.Sp Coll Bo8-m.18  View
Robert BryceNatural (Natural Philosophy)S71Dictionaire francais & LatinMr Anderson12 Dec 175714 Dec 1757[Unclear]French-Latin Dictionary
John RobisonTheology (Theology)P713Halley's Astronomical TablesMr Simson12 Dec 175728 Dec 1757ViewHalley, Edmond, 1656-1742.Edmundi Halleii astronomi dum viveret regii tabulæ astronomicæ : accedunt de usu tabularum præcepta.Sp Coll Bk10-e.3  View
William McLieshLogic (Logic)B104Wells XenophonMr Moor, Mr Clow, Mr Muirhead13 Dec 175726 Dec 1757ViewXenophon.Opera quae extant omnia; unà cum chronologiâa Xenophonteâ cl. Dodwelli, et quatuor tabulis geographicis. [Edidit Eduardus Wells] / [Xenophon].Wells, Edward, 1667-1727.Sp Coll Bi2-g.19-23View
John MorisonTheology (Theology)CF25Boyle's Lectural Sermons v 1stDr Leechman14 Dec 175724 Dec 1757ViewBoyle, Robert, 1627-1691.Defence of natural and revealed religion: being a collection of the sermons preached at the Lecture founded by the Hon. Robert Boyle (from the year 1691 to the year 1732.) With the additions and amendments of the several authors, and general indexes.Sp Coll Bh2-c.5-7View
John BeattyNatural (Natural Philosophy)AU61: 2:Baxter's Matho 2 volsDr Simpson15 Dec 175724 Dec 1757ViewBaxter, Andrew, 1686?-1750.Matho: or, the cosmotheoria puerilis, a dialogue. In which the first principles of philosophy and astronomy are accommodated to the capacity of young persons ... Hence the principles of natural religion are deduced. Translated, and enlarged by the author (London, 1740)Sp Coll Bl2-g.9,10View
Ja.s GregsonNatural (Natural Philosophy)CF49Clark on ye Atributes of GodMr Anderson16 Dec 17573 Jan 1758ViewClarke, Samuel, 1675-1729.Discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation. In answer to Mr. Hobbs, Spinoza, the author of The Oracles of Reason, and other deniers of natural and revealed religion. : Being sixteen sermons, preach'd in the cathedral-church of St. Paul, in the years 1704, and 1705, at the lecture founded by the honourable Robert Boyle, Esq.Sp Coll RB 3330View
Archd SempleLogic (Logic)BA31Boerhaave's Chemistry V 1stMr Smith16 Dec 17574 Jan 1758ViewBoerhaave, Herman, 1668-1738.Elementa chemiaeSp Coll Ea6-b.5
Robt RaineyNatural (Natural Philosophy)A128Theodosius SphericorumMr Anderson19 Dec 175729 Dec 1757ViewTheodosius.Theodosiou Sphairikon biblia g. Theodosii Sphaericorum libri tres.Sp Coll RB 400  View
William McMasterEthic (Ethics)CO71Senecae OperaMr Smith19 Dec 17574 Jan 1758Seneca.[Opera.]
David LyleTheology (Theology)AO71Cudsworths Imutable MoralityMr Smith19 Dec 17575 Jan 1758ViewCudworth, Ralph, 1617-1688.Treatise concerning eternal and immutable morality. With a preface by ... Edward Bishop of Durham.Sp Coll Bk9-h.17  View
Alexr GilliesEthic (Ethics)AI37Plautus in usum DelphiniMr Smith20 Dec 17574 Jan 1758ViewPlautus, Titus Maccius.Comoediae : interpretatione et notis illustravit Jacobus Operarius ... in usum ... DelphiniSp Coll Bn5-f.7-8
Jas GregsonNatural (Natural Philosophy)CF34Littletown's DictionaryMr Anderson20 Dec 17574 Jan 1758ViewLittleton, 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.Sp Coll Bn2-g.13View

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