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Author: John Scattergood
Item date: 1921-33
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: National Library of Scotland
Town/City: Edinburgh

Presented by BP Scattergood. Copy also given to National Central Library

Author: Anon
Item date: 1789
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: National Library of Scotland
Town/City: Edinburgh

9 vols presented by Rev Spencer A Woolward

Author: Captain Hurd RN
Item date: 1811
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: National Library of Wales
Town/City: Aberystwyth
County: Ceredigion

Presented with Heathers Charts of the English Channel (1797) and Smiths English Atlas (1808) by the Elder Brethren of Trinity House

Author: Richard Burton
Item date: 1900
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: British Library
Town/City: London

10 vols together with 7 v ols of Supplemental Nights; presented by Miss ME Carr

Author: Nicolas Gando
Item date: 1745
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: 16
Institution: Victoria & Albert Museum
Town/City: London

Type specimen book, illustrated at plate X of AR

Item date: 1790
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: Science Museum
Town/City: London

Presented by the Elder Brethren of Trinity House

Item date: 1837-44
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: Science Museum
Town/City: London

Presented together with 2 other works, listed in AR, by the Patent Office Library

Author: Captain Chaucard
Item date: 1800
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: National Maritime Museum
Town/City: London

Presented together with General Report of the Record Commissioners 1837 and 2 mss vols of surveys of the coasts round England by Mackensie and Spence 1812, by the Elder Brethren of Trinity House

Author: Anon
Item date: 1727
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: Bodleian Library
Town/City: Oxford
County: Oxfordshire

Presented by Lord Moyne together with Letter to Lord Inchiquin on the Reduction of Cahir and Cashel to Speaker, 1647; Afternoon Readings on Literature and Art, 1866; The Publick Newes, 1641; The Argonautics of Apollonius Rhodius, translated into English verse by W Preston, 1803; Rogerss Pleasures

Author: M Koops
Item date: 1796
Date acquired: 1935
Grant Value: Presented
Institution: Cambridge University Library
Town/City: Cambridge
County: Cambridgeshire

Presented together with Koopss maps of the river Maese & Scheldt, plus surveys of China Seas (1807-21) & 1 other work by the Elder Brethren of Trinity House