Annereau's catalogue, for 1800. Consisting of a Collection of upwards of 20,000 Volumes of Ancient & Modern Books. With a supplement, containing A large Collection of Books; lately purchased. The Whole forming an extensive Assortment in every Branch of Literature; and in various Languages Now selling at the low price mark'd in the catalogue, for ready-money only, By J. Annereau, No. 2, Stones-End, Southwark. - Ladies and Gentlemen are requested to send the First Word of the Article they want-with the Number, to prevent Mistakes - Libraries & Parcels of Books purchased. Catalogues, Price 6d. (allowed to Purchasers of 5s) may be had at Sael & Cols. No. 192, Strand-Hurst, Pater-Noster-Row-Offor, Postern Row, Tower Hill-Barker, Great Russel Street, Covent Garden-Penny, Sherborne, Dorset-Slatter and Bower, Sheffield-And at the Place of Sale.
- Annereau, J.
A catalogue of a large collection of books, including the valublae libraries of Sir Thomas Gatehouse. William Huggins, Esq, of Headly-Park, Hants. deceased; Mr. Nathaniel Hammond, late accountant general of the bank; and of a clergyman. The books are in general fair, and in good condition; and many in elegant bindings. Now selling for ready money, (the prices being marked in the catalogue) By J. Russell, bookseller, at the Bible, in Guildford, Surrey. To continue on sale till all are sold where may be had the full value for any library, or parcel of books. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale; and at London, of Mr. Faden the ... of St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross; at the Mount Coffee House in Grosvenor0Street; of Mess Wright, Gill & Co. stationers Abchurch-Lane, Mr. Evans, bookseller, Pater Noster-Row; and of Mr.Brett, opp the St. Clement's Church in the Strand,
- Russell, John, -1804.
Collectio itineraria: or a catalogue of valuable books, Ancient and Modern, in sundry Faculties and Lanstuages; chiefly collected out of private Libraries both in Scotland and England, By James Maceuen, Bookseller in London and Edinburgh. Which Will begin to be sold by Auction at Paul's Coffee-House the West End of St. Paul's Church-Yard, on Wednesday the 17th of March, 1724-5, beginning every Evening at Four of the Clock, intending to sell by Day-Light, and to continue daily (excepting the Easter Holidays) till all the Books are sold off By Thomas Ballard, Bookseller, at the Rising-Sun in Little-Britain: Where Catalogues may be had gratis; as also at the following Booksellers, viz. Mr. Strahan's at the Golden Ball in Cornhill over-against the Royal Exchange, Mess. Clarke and Hett at the Bible in the Poultry, Mr. Batley at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row. Mr. Pemberton at the Golden Buck over-against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, Mr. Story at Prior's-Head in Russel-Court, Mr. Lewis in Covent-Garden, Mr. Stokoe near Charing-Cross, J. Mac Euen at Buchanan's-Head over-against St. Clement's Church in the Strand, and at the Place of Sale. N. B. The Books are to be seen Three Days before the Auction begins.
- Ballard, Thomas, active 1698-1734.
Second part of Lackington's catalogue for 1788; consisting of Above Thirty Thousand Volumes, In various Languages and Classes of Learning; Including Four valuable Libraries purchased since October; With many Articles but just published; A large Number in a Variety of elegant and superb Bindings. The whole selling at the extreme low Prices which are printed in this Second Part, and marked in every Book, By J. Lackington, At his Shop, No. 46 and 47, Chiswell-Street, Moorfields, London. Where may be had the utmost Value for Libraries or Parcels of Books. Or Books Exchanged. - Not an Hour's Credit will be given to any Person, nor any Books Exported, or sent into the Country before they are paid for. This second part, Price Sixpence, (which will be allowed to Purchasers in 6s) may be had at the Shop, and of the following Booksellers: Richardson, Royal Exchange; Barker, Russell-Court, Drury-Lane; Marsom, No. 187, High Holborn; Walker, No. 44, Pater-Noster-Row; Ryan, No. 351, Oxford-Street, near the Pantheon; Manson, King-Street, Westminster; Lunn, Cambridge; and Palmer and Merrick, Oxford; Hazard, Bath; Lloyed, Bristol; Rollason, Coventry; Laing, Edinburgh. N. B. The first part of this Catalogue, Price 1s, to be allowed to Purchasers in 10s, or paid back if the Catalogue be returned, (though no Purchase be made) only to be had at the Place of Sale; consisting of Forty Thousand Volumes, will continue on Sale until September 20th, 1788, when a very large new Catalogue will be published. - To prevent Mistakes, those who send for any Books are desired, besides the Numbers to send the first Words and the Prices of the Articles they want. - Book-Binding done in the newest taste, and exceeding cheap.
- Lackington, James, 1746-1815.