A catalogue of the choice and valuable libraries William Norton, gent. And Benjamin Wright; both lately deceased. In Greek, Latin, French, Italian, Hebrew, English, &c. Containing a great variety of history, voyages, travels, trade, law, physick, mathematicks, diviinity, geography, plays, novels, and romances. Among which are the following, with many others equally good, the whole being in good condition and most of them gilt or letter'd. Folio's Stanley's lives of the philosophers. Hammond on the N. Testament, best fisher's architecture. Lives of the painters. Rapin's hist. of England, 2 vols. Ogilby's esop. Marott's designs. Henry on the Old Testament. Chaucer's works. Spencer's fairy queen. Acta Regia. Taylor's life of Christ. Stebbing's genealogical hist. Salmon's state trials. Burchett's naval history. Hawkin's pleas of the crown. Modern cases in equity. Sidney on government. Spotswood's hist. of Scotland. Nicholls on the common prayer. Nicholson's historical libraries. Quarto's. Isbrant's travels. James of gardening, Greenhills art of embalming. Littleton's dictionary. Agrippa's occult philosophy. Hoppu's architecture. Octavo's and duedecimo's. South's sermons, 6 vols. Scott's Christian life, 5 vols. Clatendon hist. of France, 5 vols. Beaumont and fletcher, 7 vols. Rowe's Shakespear, 7 vols. Ben. Johnson's works, 6 vols. Vertot's Roman revolutions, 2 vols. Spencer's works, 6 vols. Moliere's plays Fr. and Eng. 8 vols. Spectator's, 8 vols. Tatler's, 4 vols. British theatre, 10 vols. Which will be sold very cheap (the lowest price being printed to each book in the catalogue) this day, and the following; and to continue till all are sold at J. Boydell's shop, over-against the chappel in Russell Court, near Bridge's-street: where may be had money for any library or parcel of books, in any language or faculty, to the utmost of their value. Catalogues are given gratis at the place of sale.
- Boydell, John, 1719-1804.
A letter from the Abbé Raynal to the National Assembly of France, on the subject of the revolution, And the Philosophical Princlples which Led to it. Reprinted from a correct Copy of the original Letter read in the Assembly on the 31st of May, 1791; and now first published in England; with a faithful Translation, and some prefatory Observations, by the Translator of Rousseau's Social Contract. With the original French. To which is added, the declaration of the Chevalier Bintinaye, on the resignation of his commission and pension.
- Raynal, abbé, 1713-1796.
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