Bibliotheca curiosa: or, a catalogue of very choice books: in antiquity and history, respecting most nations, particularly Great Britain and Ireland; with Voyages, Travels, Medals, Painting, Poetry, Biography, Divinity, Miscellanies, Manuscripts, Prints, Original Royal Charters, Papal Bulls, Indulgences, and private Writings, many of them antecedent to the use of Dates. With several curious medals in silver and copper, The Collection is in excellent Condition, and well preserved; and the Books in general, very neat, and in the finest Bindings. The sale to begin the [blank] day of [blank] 1749, the lowest Price printed in the Catalogue. By Joseph Wilson, bookseller, at his shop in the back of the Shambles, in Leedes. Where may be had, Bibles, Common-Prayer-Books, School-Books, and Stationary-Wares of all Sorts, at reasonable Rates: And ready Money for Libraries, or Parcels of Books, &c. Catalogues may be had Gratis, at the Place of Sale.
- Wilson, Joseph, active 1747-61.
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Leedes : printed by James Lister, 
28p. ; 8⁰.
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