A catalogue of a valuable collection of books; Containing many Thousand Volumes, in Greek, Latin, English, French, Italian and Spanish. Cheifly in good Condition, and many in Russia, Morocco, and other elegant Bindings. In which is included the Library of the late Gilbert Joderell, Esq. And likewise the Collection of an Eminent Divine, Amongst which are Folio. Coke on Littleton, best Cay's Statutes at large, 8 v. Viner's Abridgment, 24 v. Bacon's Abridgment, 5 v. Coke's Reports, 7 vol. best Year Books, 7 vol. best Hawkins and Hale's Pleas of the Crown bulstrode, best Peere Williams's Reports, 3 vol. best Religious Ceremonies, 6 v. Russ. L. P. Montfaucon, 7 v. Russ, L. P. Camden's Britannia, 2v. Russ. Rapin with Contin. 5 v. Dr. Stukeley's Works, Burton's Leicestershire, Morocco Dugdale's Baronage Rushworth, 6 vol. Churchill's Voyages, 8 v. Great Variety of Bibles Dr. Hill's Herbal, L. P. coloured Willough by on Birds and Fishes Chambers, Postethwayte and Johnson's Dictionaries Biograph, Britannica, 7 v. Rymer's Foedera, 20 v. Medailes do Louis XIV. Morocco Statute di Rosi Darte's Canterbury, L. P. Le Roy's Greece Lord Clarendon's Anatomy Dictionaire de Calmet, 41. Calmet's Dictionary, 3 v. Patrick, Louth, and Whitdy, 6 v. Tillotson, Barrow, Stackhouse, &c. Which will begin Selling this Day (for Ready Money only) and continue on Sale till Midsummer, 1773. By Joseph White, Bookseller, At the Corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields; Who gives the full Value for any Library or Parcel of Books. Catalogues to be had at Mr. Ridley's, St. James's Street; Mr. Horneastle's. Broad Street, near Carnaby Market; Mr. Emsley, in the Strand; Mr. Lewis's, Russel Street, Covent Garden; Mr. Wilki's, St. Paul's Church Yard; Messrs. Merrill's, in Cambridge; Mr. Fletcher, in Oxford; Mr. Easton, in Salisbury; and at the Place of Sale.
- White, Joseph, -1791.
White against Kennet: or, Dr. Kennet's panegyrick upon the late King James: being an extract of several passages from his preface to an address of thanks to a good prince: presented in the panegyrick of Pliny upon Trajan. Printed in the Year 1686. With a letter to the doctor on his last 30th of January Sermon: Together with a Postscript. By a gentleman.
- Kennett, White, 1660-1728.