Records for John Johnson
There are 5 records matching your criteria.
|Student||Class||Press||Shelf||Number||Line Entry||Professor(s)||Date Lent||Date Returned||Register / Page||Library Link||Author||Title||Editor||Shelfmark||ESTC Link|
|John Johnson||Ethic (Ethics)||AO||6||14||Med: Essays V 1.st||Dr Reid||22 Jan 1770||6 Feb 1770||Register 6 page 83r||View||Philosophical Society of Edinburgh.||Medical essays and observations, published by a Society in Edinburgh.||Sp Coll Bl10-k.9-14||View|
|John Johnson||Ethic (Ethics)||AF||7||22||Preceptor V 1.st||Dr Reid||6 Feb 1770||11 Feb 1770||Register 6 page 83v||View||Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764.||Preceptor : containing a general course of education. Wherein the first principles of polite learning are laid down in a way most suitable for trying the genius, and advancing the instruction of youth. In twelve parts, illustrated with mapss and useful cuts.||Sp Coll Bk3-g.1-2||View|
|John Johnson||Ethic (Ethics)||CK||4||10||Neil's History of puritans V 1.st||Mr Reid, Mr Moor||14 Feb 1770||27 Feb 1770||Register 6 page 84r||View||Neal, Daniel, 1678-1743.||History of the Puritans or Protestant non-confomists, from the Reformation under King Henry VIII. to the Act of Toleration under King William and Queen Mary. With an account of their principles ... and the lives and characters of their most considerable divines.||Sp Coll Bk3-e.12-13||View|
|John Johnson||Ethic (Ethics)||N||6||30||The handmaid to the Arts.||Dr Reid||29 Feb 1770||14 Mar 1770||Register 6 page 85r||View||Dossie, Robert.||Handmaid to the arts, teaching ... the ... use ... and composition of all ... substances employed in painting ... the several devices employed ... the various manners of gilding, silvering, and bronzing ... and the method of staining ...||Sp Coll Bn3-k.9||View|
|John Johns.n||Logick (Logic)||AR||7||5||Rollin's History V 1.st||Mr Clow||25 Dec 1770||15 Jan 1771||Register 6 page 89v||View||Rollin, Charles, 1661-1741.||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|