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L. Davis's sale, 1773. A catalogue of the libraries of several learned persons lately deceased, particularly The Rev. Mr. Humphrey Chetham; Francis Swinhow, M. D. of Poole; And Mr. William Cooper, Surgeon to the First Regiment of Dragoon Guards; together with The Law Library of the late Edward Chetham, Esq. Which will begin to be Sold Cheap, (for Ready Money) at the Prices which are printed in the Catalogue, in May, 1773, and continue on Sale till Christmas next, By Lockyer Davis, Printer to the Royal Society, At his great room, Over against Gray's-Inn Gate, Holborn. N. B. A Parcel of Genuine Manuscript Sermons to be disposed of. Catalogues to be had of Mr. Robson in Bond Street, Mr. Leacroft at Charing Cross, Mr. Owen at Temple-Bar, Mr. Brotherton in Cornhill, and at the Place of Sale, where may be had Ready Money for any Library or Parcel of Books.
- Davis, Lockyer, 1719-1791.
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[London : s.n., 1773]
,256,277-330p. ; 8⁰.
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