A catalogue of books in several languages and faculties; Being the library of Mr. George Kelly, lately a state-prisoner in the Tower; which he desired might be sold, to discharge some debts he contracted before he made his escape: and will be sold by auction, at St. Paul's Coffee-House in St. Paul's Church-Yard, by John Wilcox, bookseller. On Tuesday the 8th of February, Beginning every Evening at Five o' Clock, and so continue till the Whole are disposed of. The books may be viewed three Days before the Sale. Catalogues may be had At Mr. Strahan's in Cornhill; Mr. Rivington's in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Motte's near Temple-Bar; Mr. Lewis's in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; At Mr. Jolliff in St. James's Street, Booksellers; And at the Price of sale; And of John Wilcox opposite to the New Church in the Strand. Where Gentlemen may have the full Value for any Library or Parcel of Books, or sold by Auction for the Proprietors, with the utmost Dispatch and Accuracy.
- Wilcox, John (Bookseller)
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[London : s.n., 1737]
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