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A catalogue of above fifteen thousand volumes In which are included the libraries of John Parsons, of Merton-College, Oxford, and of the Rev. Mr. Gray, of Southwicke, in Sussex, with several other large parcels of law, mathematicks, divinity, and English history, of gentlemen, deceased, &c. The whole making a large assortment of valuable books in most languages, arts, and sciences, and in general are in very good condition. Among which are the following. Rapin, and Tindal's Contin. 5 vol. in rus. Holingshed's Chronicle, 2 vol. best edit. Camden's Britannia, 2 vol. I. p. Morant's Essex, 2 vol. 1. p. eleg. in rus. Atkyns's Gloucestershire, 1. p. in rus. Stukeley's Abury, elegant Borlase's Cornwall Thurloe's State papers, 7 vol. Dart's Westminster-Abbey, 2 vol. Carte's Hist. of England, 4 vol. in rus. ... Leonis Palladio, by Inigo Jones Dion Cassius Reimari, 2 tom. eleg. Ciceronis Opera Stephani, 2 tom. Clement. Alexand. Opera, per potter, 2 tom. 1. Cæsari in metal. Dal pedrufi, 10 tom. Which will be sold very cheap (for ready money only) the lowest price in the catalogue, on Thursday the 24th of August, 1769, and continue daily on sale, by William Otridge, bookseller opposite the north-side of the New Church in the Strand; where most money is given for any library or parcel of books, of books exchanged. Catalogues to be had of the following booksellers; Mr. Robson, of New Bond Street; Mr. Ridley, St. James'-street; Mr. Walter, Charing-cross; Mess Curtis, Fleet-Street; Mr. Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Cooke, at the Royal Exchange; Mr. Merrill and Mr. Woodyes, at Cambridge; Mr. Fletcher and Mr. Prince, of Oxford; Mr. Blackman, at Reading; Mess. Palmer and Bucket, at Bristol; and at the place of sale.

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[London : s.n., 1769]

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iv,128p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T216214


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