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Librorum ex bibliothecis Aaronis Testas, D.D. & Tho. Thorowgood armigeri, catalogus: or, a catalogue of the libraries of the Reverend and learned Dr. Aaron Testas, Minister of the French-Church in Spittle-Fields, and Tho. Thorowgood Esq; consisting of a very Large and Valuable Collection of Books in most Languages, viz. Greek, Latin, Hebrew, French, Italian, and Antiquities of most Nations; but more particularly of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Fathers, Divinity, Law Civil, Canon, and Common; Architecture, Sculpture, Husbandry, Trade, Medals, Mathematicks, Voyages, &c. Classicks of the best Editions, in Usum Delphini, Paris Edition, & cum Notis Variorum. N.B. There is a complete set of the old Elzevirs, bound in morocco, small tools, in 39 volumes. Which will begin to be sold very Cheap (the Price marked in each Book) by Tho. Green, at his Shop next Door to Rochford's Coffee-House, Charing-Cross, on Monday the 14th of November 1726, at Nine in the Morning. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Strahan's, in Cornhill; Mr. Lintot's, in Fleet-Street; Mr. Osborn's, and Mr. Meighan's, in Gray's-Inn; Mr. Lewis's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Stagg's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane; Mr. Jackson's, in Pall-Mall; Booksellers: And at the Place of Sale
- Green, Thomas, active 1726-1735.