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Thomas Crosby and John Robinson, At the lower End of Fair-Street, upon Horse-ly-Down, in Southwark, sell all Sorts of Carpenters, Joyners, Painters, and Artificers Rules, Guaging-Rods, Quadrants, forestaffs, Gunters, straight or sliding; plain Scales, Compasses with or without Points, Cases of Instruments neatly fitted up for the Pocket, and all other Mathematical Instruments for Sea or Land. Also Sea Atlas's, English Pilots for the Northern, Southern, Streights, Guinea, West and East-India Navigation; Sea Charts, both Plain and Mercator, for all Parts of the known World; Globes of 3, 9, 12, and 16 Inches Diameter. Likewise all Sorts of Writing-Paper, and Paper Books neatly bound and ruled for Shops or Compting-Houses, fine Cards, Leather Cases, Pocket-Books, Slates, Quills, Pens, the best Ink and Ink-Powder, Leaden and other Standishes, Blacklead-Pencils, Wax, Wafers, and all other Stationary Wares. Also Weather-Glasses carefully fitted up and made portable; and the best Spectacles, Reading-Glasses, Burning-Glasses, Telescopes, Prospects, Microscopes, and other Optic Glasses. Likewise all Sorts of Bibles, Testaments, and Common-Prayers, Psalters, Accidences, Grammars, and other School-Books: And also Books of Divinity, Law, and History, and of any other Subject. N. B. At the same Place Young Gentlemen are boarded and expeditiously taught Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Navigation, Geography, Astronomy, And other Parts of the Mathematicks: Also the Italian Method of Book-Keeping, call[e]d Merchants Accompts, with the other Methods of Book-Keeping, as practised by Merchants, Shop-Keepers, and others.
- Thomas Crosby and John Robinson (Mathemtical Instruments Sellers : Southwark, England)
Mr. Mason's Bible with notes. This day is published, no.I. price sixpence, (to be continued weekly) of the Holy Bible, containing the sacred text of the old and new testament at large. With explanatory notes on the most interesting passages. By the Rev. Henry Cox Mason, M. A. Morning Preacher and Lecturer of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey; and Chaplain to the Rt. Hon. Lord Onssow. Conditions. I. That the Work shall be printed in Quarto, on fine Royal Paper made for this purpose. II. That the Print shall be elegant; new Types having been cast on purpose, by Mr. Caston. III. That the Work shall be fully completed in 70 Numbers, at Sixpence each: but if it should unavoidably exceed that quantity, the overplus shall be given gratis so that this valuable Edition of the Holy Scriptures with Notes, may be had at the very moderate price 1l. 15s. IV. That every succeeding Number shall be as well executed as the first, both as to Paper and Print, and that a Number thall be regularly published every Saturday till the whole is finished. Also, this Day is Published (price One Shilling). No. 1. Of the same Work, printed on the best move super-royal Paper, Hot-Pressed, to be also continued weekly, and compicted in 70 Numbers, which will be one of the most clegant Editions of the Bible in the English Language. The whole of the Old Testament and a part of the New being already printed, such persons as prefer taking two or three Numbers weekly, may be assured of being supplied regularly till the whole is finished. London: painted for V. Grifftths, No. 1. Paternoster-Row; And sold by all Booksellers and News-Carriers in the Kingdom.