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Ja.s Somervel Theology AP54Moss's Sermons vol 1st Dr Leechman 23 Feb 1758 6 Mar 1758 ViewMoss, Robert, 1666-1729. Sermons and discourses on practical subjects... With a preface, giving some account of the author, by a learned hand  Sp Coll Bl9-h.6-9 View
Ja.s Somervel Theology AP106Clarke's Sermons Vol 3d Dr Leechman 23 Feb 1758 6 Mar 1758 ViewClarke, Samuel, 1675-1729. Sermons ... published from the author's manuscript, by John Clarke, D.D. ... Sp Coll Bk2-i.1-10 View
Alexr MacDonald Ethic L61Stanley's Life of the Philosop: Mr Smith 23 Feb 1758 7 Mar 1758 ViewStanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. The history of philosophy: containing the lives, opinions, actions, and discourses of the philosophers of every sect. Illustrated with the effigies of divers of them. Sp Coll Bk10-c.9   View
Robert Muter Theology AU410Monthly Review vol. 10 Mr Anderson 23 Feb 1758 10 Mar 1758 ViewMonthly Review The monthly review (London). Library Research Annexe Store Pm4691   View
Willam McLeish Theology CB612Buxtorfs Dictionary Mr Clow 23 Feb 1758 17 Apr 1758 ViewBuxtorf, Johann, 1564-1629. Lexicon Hebraicum, Chaldaicum et Rabbinico-philosophicum. Sp Coll Bh10-k.29 View
John Fullerton Theology CD515Stillingfleet on Satisfaction Dr Leechman 27 Feb 1758 7 Mar 1758 ViewStillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699. A discourse concerning the doctrine of Christ's satisfaction; wherein the Antinomian and Socinian controversies about it are truly stated and explained. In answer to Mr. Lobb's Appeal ... Part 2 Sp Coll Bk8-h.24   View
Jo: Coulter Theology A27Theocriti Opera Mr Buchanan 27 Feb 1758 21 Mar 1758 ViewTheocritus. Theocriti, Moschi, Bionis, Simmii quae extant: cum Graecis in Theocritum scholiis, et indice copioso: omnia studio et opera Danielis Heinsii. Accedunt Josephi Scaligeri, Isaaci Casauboni, et eiusdem Danielis Heinsii notae et lectiones. Heinsius, Daniel, 1580-1655. Sp Coll Bm8-g.9   View
J Craufurd Logic AR76Rolllins History vol 2d Mr Anderson 27 Feb 1758 30 Mar 1758 ViewRollin, Charles, 1661-1741. The antient history of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes and Persians, Macedonians, and Grecians. Translated from the French. Sp Coll Bk9-h.1-12 View
Tho.s Stewart Ethic AU66McLaurins Algebra Mr Buchanan 28 Feb 1758 10 Mar 1758 ViewMacLaurin, Colin, 1698-1746. Arithmeticae et algebrae compendium ... Sp Coll NM.3.12   View
S. Billingsley Theology G21Bythners Lyra Prophetica Dr Leechman 28 Feb 1758 14 Mar 1758 ViewBythner, Victorinus, 1605?-1670. Lyra prophetica Davidis Regis. Sive Analysis critico-practica Psalmorum. : In qua omnes & singulæ voces Hebrææ in Psalterio contentæ, tam propriæ quàm appellativæ (nullâ exceptâ) ad regulas artis revocantur; earúmque significationes genuinæ explicantur: elegantiæ linguæ propriæ evolvuntur. Insuper harmonia Hebræi textus cum paraphrasi Chaldæa, & versione Græca LXXII. interpretum, in locis, sententiis discrepantibus, fideliter confertur. Cui ad calcem addita est brevis institutio linguæ Hebrææ & Chaldææ Sp Coll Bh3-f.17   View
Th.s Stewart Ethic AP513Divine Aalogy [sic] Mr Smith 28 Feb 1758 14 Mar 1758 ViewBrowne, Peter, -1735. Things divine and supernatural conceived by analogy with things natural and human / By the author of The procedure, extent and limits of human understanding. Sp Coll RB 3264   View
Samuel Barber Natural BU413: 14Switzer's Hydrostaticks 2 vol Dr Simpson , Mr Smith , Mr Anderson 1 Mar 1758 10 Mar 1758 ViewSwitzer, Stephen, 1682?-1745 An introduction to a general system of hydrostaticks and hydraulicks ... Illustrated and explain'd by sixty copper cuts  Sp Coll Bm9-f.15,16 View
Ja.s Gregson Natural CT34Littletowns Dictionary Mr Smith 1 Mar 1758 15 Mar 1758 ViewLittleton, 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

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