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A catalogue of the best part of the libraries of a gentleman lately come from travel; of an eminent divine; and of one learned in the common, civil, and ecclesiastical laws of England, deceased. Consisting of a very good collection of books in several faculties and languages, in English, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, Italian, and French: particularly, history relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Parliamentary affairs, law common, civil, and canon, physick and surgery, mathematicks, architecture, voyages and travels, books of prints, husbandry and trade, poetry, plays, and romances, divinity and sermons, philology, dictionaries and lexicons, classicks, com nor. var. t in usum Delph. And other valuable editions of the best printers, viz. Aldis, Vascosan, Robert Stephens, Elzevir, the Louvre, &c. several large paper, gilt, or lettered. Manuscripts of law, history, &c. with others on vellum, curiously illuminated. Which will begin to be sold very cheap (the price being marked in each book) at Dan. Browne's, at the Black-Swan, without Temple-Bar, on Monday the 20th of May. 1723. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Chetwood's in Russel-street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Greaves in St. James's-street; Mr. Chapman, in Pallmall; Mr. Stokoe's against the Meuse-Gate, Charing-Cross; Mr. King's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Meigham's, under Grays-Inn Gate, Holborn; Mr. Strahan's in Cornhill, booksellers; the Chapter coffee-house in Pater-noster-Row; and at the place of sale.

Daniel Browne, 1647-1727.

[London], [1723] Great Britain England London.

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A catalogue of the libraries of Edward Marshall Esq; And of a Very Eminent Prelate Lately Deceased: Consisting of a very Large and Valuable Collection of Books relating to the Common and Civil Law, the History and Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland, of Foreign Countries, the Fathers, Divinity, Physick, Natural History, Mathematicks, Sculpture, Architecture, Painting, Voyages, Romances, Poetry, Trade, &c. Classicks of the most celebrated Editions, in Usum Delphini, Par. Ed. & cum Notis Variorum; likewise French, Italian, and Spanish Books. Which will begin to be Sold very Cheap (the Price marked in each Book) by Charles Davis, up one Pair of Stairs, at the Broad-Cloth Warchouse, next to Dick's Coffee-House, under the Little Piazza, Covent-Garden, on Thursday the 5th of March, 1723-4. at Nine in the Morning.

Charles Davis, -1755.

[London] : Catalogues may be had gratis at Mr. King's, in West-Minster-Hall; Mr. Stokoe's, at Charing-Cross; Mr. Parker's, in the Pallmall; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane: Mr. Franklyn's, under Tom's Coffee-House, Covent-Garden; Mr. Lintott's, in Fleetstreet; Mr. Osborn's, and Mr. Meighan's, in Gray's-Inn; Mr. Strahan's and Mr. Brotherton's, in Cornhill, Booksellers: at the Chapter Coffee-House in Pater-Noster-Row; at Dick's under the Piazza, and at the Place of Sale, [1724] Great Britain England London.

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A catalogue of a neat and valuable collection of books, ancient and modern, as well foreign as English, many of them the best editions, and in elegant bindings; containing a small, but curious collection of books of prints: among which are the following, viz. Folio. Oeuvres de Sadeler, 2 vol. Galleria Farnaesiana. Atlas de Robert. Overbeke Antiq. Rom. 3 vol. L. P. Monumens de Rome, Russ. Splendor Venetiae, 2 tom. in uno. Luyken Fig. de la Bible. Bartoli Admirand. Romae. Clarke's Works, 4 vol. L. P. Patrick, Lowth and Whitby, 6 vol. Guillim's Heraldry, best Ed. R. Mor. Mattaire Marm. Oxon. Dugdale's Monasticon, 3 vol. eleg. Stephani Bib. Heb. 3 vol. Rycaut's Comment. of Peru. Quarto. Oeuvres de Moliere, 6 vol. Bos sur la Peinture, &c. 3 vol. Epistole di Ovidio da Ramegio, mor. bel. Fig. Virgilius Burmanni, 4 vol. Baskerville's Addison, 4 vol. Thomson's Escurial. Ruffhead's Statutes, 9 vol. Smollet's Hist. of Eng. 4 vol. Coleman's Terence. Octavo. Parliament. Hist. 24 vol. Universal Hist. 20 vol. Sully's Memoirs, 5 vol. Clarendon's Hist. 6 vol. Pope's Works, 20 vol. Gent. Mag. 36 vol. Johnson's Shakespeare, 8 vol. And many others, equally good; which will begin to be sold, exceeding cheap (for ready money) the lowest prices fixed in the catalogue, on Monday the 2d of February, 1767, by Walter Shropshire, book-binder to His Majesty, at the King's-Arms and Golden-Ball in New Bond-Street, near Lower Grosvenor-Street End. -Catalogues to be had, gratis, of Mr. Caslon, Stationers-Alley; Mr. Hingeston, Temple-Bar; Mr. Davies, Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Payne, at the Meuse-Gate; and at the place of sale; where most money is given for any library or parcel of books.

Walter Shropshire, -1785.

[London] : s.n, [1767] Great Britain England London.

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