Search JamesandMaryMurray's books
Random books from JamesandMaryMurray's library
The whole works of that excellent practical physician, Dr Thomas Sydenham wherein not only the history and cures of acute diseases are treated of, after a new and accurate method; but also the shortest and safest way of curing most chronical diseases by Thomas Sydenham
Aphorisms of Hippocrates : and the Sentences of Celsus; with explanations and references to the most considerable writers in physick and philosophy, both ancient and modern. To which are added, Aphorisms upon several distempers, not well distinguished by the ancients by Hippocrates
Tully's offices in three books. Translated into English, By Sir R. L'Estrange by Marcus Tullius Cicero
The lamentable & tragical history of the wars and utter ruine of the Jews by Flavius Josephus
Members with JamesandMaryMurray's books
Site design selection
The old design is no longer fully supported nor does it get full attention when we roll out new features. We strongly recommend using the new design.
CollectionsYour library (137)
TagsDivinity (26), Medical & Chymical (22), Classics (17), Miscellany (13), Poetry & Plays (9), Law (7), History (7), Philosophy (6), Mathematics & Architecture (6), Periodical Works (5) — see all tags
About meJames Murray (1713-1781), merchant. Born in London, he emigrated to North Carolina in 1735; Murray moved to Boston in 1765 and, as a loyalist, was evacuated to Nova Scotia with the British troops in March, 1776.
About my libraryJames and Mary Murray's library is documented in a mansuscript catalog in the James Murray Papers titled "Catalogue of Books JM & MM," dated 25 January 1766. Mary's books are noted with an "m" to the left of each entry.
Real nameJames and Mary Murray
Favorite authorsNot set
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceOct 27, 2008
Most recent activity