Travels in various countries of the east; more particularly Persia. A work wherein the author has described, as far as his own observations extended, the state of those countries in 1810, 1811, and 1812; and has endeavoured to illustrate many subjects of antiquarian research, history, geography, philology and miscellaneous literature, with extracts from rare and valuable Oriental manuscripts / By Sir William Ouseley.
- Ouseley, William, Sir, 1767-1842.
A catalogue of the library of the Reverend Dr. Gregory Sharpe, Master of the Temple, deceased; containing A very uncommon Collection of Books, in Critical, Grammatical, and Philological Learning, and particularly on the Eastern Languages; also a fine Collection of Oriental Manuscripts: to which is added His Curious Collection of Prints and Drawings, in the Finest Condition, and of the Greatest Masters. Which will begin to be Sold by auction, by S. Baker and G. Leigh, booksellers, At their House in York-Street, Covent-Garden, On Monday, April the 8th, and to continue the Ten following Days, beginning each Day exactly at 12 O'Clock. N. B. The Whole may be viewed on Monday, April the 1st, to the Time of Sale. Catalogues to be had gratis of the following Booksellers: Mr. Dodsley, Pall Mall; Mr. Robson, Bond-Street; Mr. Waller, Charing Cross; Brotherton, and Sewell, Cornhill; Mr. Owen, Temple-Bar; and at the Place of Sale.
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