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Catalogs, Book -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800
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At R. Montagu's book-ware-house, the General-Post-Office, that end of Great Queen-Street, next Drury-Lane, is a choice collection of books, Being the libraries of Sir Thomas More, and the Rev. Mr. Thornburgh's, both lately deceased: consisting of history, divinity, antiquities, mathematicks, law, astrology, atlas's, sculpture, heraldry, lives, poetry, plays, novels, manuscripts, &c. &c. In most languages, chiefly bound in a beautiful manner, gilt, marbled leaves and covers; with all Mr. Thornbur
Montagu, R. (Richard), fl. 1718-1749
[London : s.n., 1735]
1735
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At R. Montagu's book-warehouse, the General Post-Office, that end of Great Queen-Street, next Drury-Lane. Is a choice collection of valuable books in all faculties and parts of learning. In English, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Frech, &c. Together with several rare manuscripts. Being two curious libraries lately purchased, the whole consisting of above five thousand volumes. Which will begin to be sold cheap for ready money only, on Thursday the 27th of this instant April, 1738. The price being affixed
Montagu, R. (Richard), fl. 1718-1749
[London : s.n., 1738]
1738
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At Shiercliff's circulating-library (directly opposite the Draw-Bridge,) on St. Augustine's-Back, Bristol, the following articles are sold viz. ...
Shiercliff, Edward, 1727-1798
[Bristol : s.n., 1779?]
1779?
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Bibliotheca miscellanea a catalogue of choice and valuable books, in every faculty (viz.) divinity, law, physick, mathematicks, history, metaphisicks, physicks, eshicks, poverty plays, romances, novels &c. Which will be sold by way of auction at the Two Blue-posts in the Bridge-Street in the city of Chester, by Randal Mimshull book-seller. The sale will begin upon Monday the 23d day of January next, exactly 4 of the clock in the eveing, and will so be continued daily till they are all sold. ...
Minshull, Randal
Shrewsbury : Printed by Thomas Durston, [1715]
1715
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Bibliotheca rarissima: a catalogue of curious and uncommon books. Consisting of history, divinity, law, physick, mathamaticks, voyages, travels, &c. in Greek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, and English: several of them printed by the most celebrated printers, viz. R. Stephens, Aldus, Colinŭs, Elzevir, Vascosan, &c. and bound in a very neat manner. Which will begin to be sold cheap, (the lowest price being fix'd in each book) at Thomas Corbett's shop (Addison's head) next the Rose-Tavern, witho
Corbett, Thomas, fl. 1705-1743
[London : s.n., 1720]
1720
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Bibliotheca selectissima Containing an extraordinary collection of books in divinity (particularly the fathers, both Greek and Latin). History, Antiquity, Schoolmen and other philological learning, in Greek, Latin, and english, in all volumes, most of them well bound to which is adjoyn'd, A good collection of common and statute law-books: also a number of curious and valuable manuscripts in law, physick, &c. Will be sold by auction at Toms Coffee-House, adjoyning to Ludgate, on Thursday the 11th
Hubbart, Francis
[London] : Catalogues are distributed gratis by Mr. Clemments in Oxford; Mr. Thurlbourn in Cambridge; Mr. Chapman, in the Pell-mall; Mr. Hartley in Holbourn; Mr. Richard Parker, at the Royal-Exchange, booksellers, and at the place of sale, [1705]
1705
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Bibliotheca selectissima or A catalogue of curious books contained in the libraries of the Reverend Dr. Thomas Bayley late president of St. Mary Magdalen Coll. and the Reverend Dr. Henry Parkhurst, late Fellow of Corpus Christi Coll. in Oxford. Among which are most of the fathers in Greek and Latin of the best editions, and many of the classick authors (cum notis variorum, & in usum delphini) by these celebrated printers, viz. Rob. and Henry Stephens, Aldus, Wechelius, Plantin, Sen. Elzevir, Jun
Shirley, Benjamin
[Oxford? : s.n.], 1706
1706
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Books in physick, surgery, botany, &c. printed for William Innys
Innys, William, d.1756
[London : s.n., 1740?]
1740?
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Books in quires and bound, sold by J. Osborn, removed from Dock-Head to the sign of the Golden Ball in Pater-Noster Row
Osborn, John, d. 1739
[London : s.n., 1732]
1732
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Books lately printed for and sold by Edmund Parker at the Bible and Crown in Lombard-Street
Parker, Edmund, d. 1739
[London : s.n., 1722?]
1722?
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Books lately printed for, and sold by Edward Cave at St John's Gate
Cave, Edward, 1691-1754
[London : s.n., 1735]
1735
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Books lately printed for Edmund Parker, at the Bible and Crown, over-against the New Church in Lombard-Street. ...
Parker, Edmund, d. 1739
[London : s.n., 1728?]
1728?
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Books lately printed for F. and J. Noble
F. and J. Noble (London, England)
[London : s.n., 1756?]
1756?
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Books lately publish'd, and sold by the booksellers both of town and country

[London : s.n., 1737?]
1737?
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Books lately published, and sold by G. Faulkner, printer and bookseller, in Essex-street, Dublin
Faulkner, George, 1699?-1775
[Dublin : s.n., 1752?]
1752?
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Books lately published by G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row. A voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, towards the Antartic Polar Circle, and round he world; but chiefly into the country of the Hottentots, or Caffres. From the year 1772, to 1776. By Andrew Sparrman, M.D. professor of physic ar Stockholm; Fellow of the Royal Academy of Sciences in Sweden; and inspector of its Cabinet of Natural History. Translated from the Swedish original. In two volumes quarto, price 1l. 10s. in boards, illustra
G. G. J. and J. Robinson (Paternoster Row, London, England)
[London : s.n., 1786]
1786
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Books printed and all sold by John Bryce
Bryce, John, fl. 1750-1786
[Glasgow : s.n., 1778?]
1778?
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Books printed and sold by John Donaldson, sole proprietor of the shop, corner of Arundel Street, No. 195. Strand, London, known by the name of, The only shop for cheap books
Donaldson, John, fl. 1763-1782
[London : s.n., 1775?]
1775?
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Books printed and sold by John Sackfield in Lincoln's-Inn-Square. 1718
Sackfield, John
[London : s.n., 1718]
1718
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Books printed and sold by T. Sowle in White-Hart-Court in Gracious-Street
Sowle, Tace, 1667-1746
[London : s.n., between 1702 and 1706]
1706
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Books printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street
Assigns of J. Sowle
[London : s.n., 1732]
1732
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Books printed and sold by Weaver Bickerton, at Lord Bacon's Head, the corner of Palsgrave-Head-Court, without Temple-Bar
Bickerton, Weaver
[London : s.n., 1730?]
1730?
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C. Elliot, T. Kay, and Co's catalogue of books, in all the different branches of medicine, surgery, anatomy, natural history, &c. &c. for the year 1788. Comprehending a complete collection of modern authors on medicine and medical philosophy; in which will be found many capital books from Germany, France, Holland, &c. and including a valuable collection of manuscript lectures of different medical professors at Edinburgh. Which will be sold immediately for ready money, at the prices marked, many
Elliot, Charles d.1790
London : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1788
1788
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Cabinet litteraire: or, A catalogue of a circulating library, Consisting of French books only, at W. Berry, bookseller and stationer, No. 39, South Bridge, Edinburgh
Berry, Walter, fl. 1793-1796
Edinburgh : [s.n.], MDCCXCVI. [1796]
1796
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A catalogue of books Being the bound stock to John Smith, bookseller, on the blind-quay. Which will begin to be sold by auction, by William Ross, at the right honourable the lords coffee-room in the Parliament-House on Thursday the 13th of April, 1758
Ross, William, d. 1764 or 5
Dublin : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCLVIII. [1758]
1758
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A catalogue of books; Being the collections of H. Cuningham, Esq and a member of Parliament, deceased. To be sold by auction, by William Ross, at Dick's Coffee-House in Skinner-Row. On Monday the 18th of February, 1760. The sale to begin every evening at six o'clock, Catalogues to be had at the place of sale. The conditions of sale as usual
Ross, William, d. 1764 or 5
[Dublin] : Printed by A. Reilly, on Cork-hill, [1760]
1760
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A Catalogue of books. Being the libraries of the Rev Mr. Burgh, and an eminent physician deceased, consisting of a well chosen collection in most facultes, and languages among which are the following, with many others equally good. Folio. Henry on the Bible, 5 vols. Universal history, 7 vol. Cuningham's law dictionary, 2 vol. Ryeauts Turkish history, 3 vol. Quarto. Philosophical transactions abridg'd 9 vol.-at large 10 vol. Addisons works, 4 vol. Vanswitten, 4 vol. Which will begin to be sold by

[Dublin : s.n., 1769]
1769
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A catalogue of books. Being the library of doctor Thomas Lloyd, deceased, consisting of above three thousand volumes of scarce and valuable books, to be sold by auction at his late dwelling-house in Steven-Street. By William Ross, on-Monday the 6th of March, 1758. The sale to begin at eleven o'clock every day untill all are sold. Catalogues to be had at the place of sale
Ross, William, d. 1764 or 5
[Dublin : s.n., 1758]
1758
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Catalogue of books Being, the library of Samuel Card, Esq; counsellor at law, deceased: consisting of above three thousand volumes of choice, scarce and valuable books, in most languages and faculties. To be sold by auction, by William Ross, at the Coffee-House of the right honourable the house of lords, on Monday, the seventeeth of November, 1755. The sale to begin every day at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. Catalogues to be had at the place of sale, price three-pence
Ross, William, d. 1764 or 5
Dublin : Printed by A. Reilly, on Cork-hill, MDCCLV [1755]
1755
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A catalogue of books; being the library of the learned Dr. John Clerk, physician in Edinburgh; and of Dr. David Clear, his son Consisting of a large and valuable collection of medical books, antient and modern; a fine collection of classics, of many various editions, and many excellent books of arts, sciences, the mathematics, and belles lettres; which will begin to be sold by auction, on Monday the 23d of January 1769, by William Gibb, at the auction-room below balfours Coffee-house. As the who
Gibb, William, fl. 1768-1795
Edinburgh : [s.n.], Printed in the year M.DCC.LXVIII. [1768]
1768
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A catalogue of books. Being the remainder of the stock of John Smith, bookseller, on the blind-quay, which were not disposed of at the late sale of his books; besides many that had been omitted to be inserted in that catalogue. Which will begin to be sold by auction, on Thursday the seventh day of December next, at his late House of the Blind-quay. By William Ross. The sale to begin each day at eleven o'clock in the forenoon; and so continue from day to day, 'till the whole are sold. The books m
Ross, William, d. 1764 or 5
[Dublin : s.n., 1760?]
1760?
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A catalogue of books. Comprising several thousand volumes, recently purchased, in various arts, sciences, and languages. With a large assortment of prints and music. Which will begin to be sold this day, 1791, at the prices printed in the catalogue, (for ready money) By G. and T. Booth, booksellers, Norwich. Catalogues to be had of Mr. Gardiner, No. 200, Strand, London; at the principal town in England; and the place of sale
G. and T. Booth (Norwich, England)
[Dublin : s.n., 1760?]
1760?
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A catalogue of books. Consisting of a curious collection of the most eminent English authors, in divinity, history, travels, miscellanies, lives, physick, mathameticks, poetry, &c. which will begin to be sold by auction on Thursday Octob. the 24th, at the Marine Coffee-House in Birchin-Lane, Cornhill, from four to eight in the evening, and will continue daily till all are sold. By Edmund Curll, bookseller, at the peacock without Temple-Bar, where catelogues are deliver'd. And by Charles Smith, a
Halsey, R
[London : s.n., 1706]
1706
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A catalogue of books. Containing about twenty thousand volumes in various languages, arts, and sciences, in good condition, and many of them elegantly bound, a great part of which were collected in the course of last summer. Among which are the following: Aced. des sciences, par. 82.v. Albin's birds 3v. Alcoranus Marracci, 2v. annual register, 20v. eleg. Apuleius ... Atkyns's Glocestersh. 1712 Bacon's abridgment, 5v. 1779. Baskerville's classics, 6v. 4to. --- Ariosto, 4v. --- Addison, 4v. --- Bi
Hayes, Samuel, fl. 1779-1795
[London : s.n., 1779]
1779
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A catalogue of books in several faculties and languages, Consisting of a choice collection in divinity, philosophy, philology, phisick, cosmography, history, mathematicks and chronology. Together with a great number of civil, canon & common law books. As also, of divers volumes of curious pamphlets and sermons, bound and sticht, to be sold by way of auction at dicks coffee-house in Skinner-Row, By John Ware, book-seller. The sale will begin on the seventh day of November, 1710. At three of the c
Ware, John, bookseller
Dublin : Printed for John Ware, book-seller in High-Street, over against St. Michael's-Church. Where are to be sold all sorts of choice books, school-books, historics, good writing-paper, pens, ink, wax, wafers, &c., 1710
1710
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A Catalogue of books, to be sold by auction

Cork : Printed by D. Donnoghue, [1775?]
1775?
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A catalogue of books, to be sold by auction in Mr. Freebairn's Shop, below the Trone-Church, on Wednesday the 22d of November, 1732, Being the whole library of the late curious and learned gentleman captain Robert Sexon, judge-advocate for Scotland, which he, with great care, judgement and expence, collected for many years; amongst which are a great many rare and valuable books, relating to the history, antiquities, &c. of Britain and Ireland; and other nations; to which is subjoin'd the catalog
Freebairn, Robert, d. 1747
Edinburgh : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCXXXII. [1732]
1732
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A catalogue of books, which are lent to read at twelve shillings per year, seven shillings per half year, four shillings per quarter, or One shilling and six-pence per month, by Ebenezer Smith, bookseller, stationer, and binder, near the mermaid, Hackney
Smith, Ebenezer, fl. 1799-1805
[London : s.n., 1800?]
1800?
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A catalogue of books, which will be sold by auction (without reserve) by Edward Jeffery, at his room, No. 10, Pall-Mall, on Monday, the 11th of May, and the seventeen following days (Sundays excepted,) containing Bibilotheca Russelliana Or, the valuable library of the late Dr. Russell, author of the histories of ancient and modern Europe: the libraries of two other gentleman: a great number of valuable prints, pictures, drawings; fifty lots of valuable copper-plates, &c. &c. Among the books are,
Jeffery, Edward
[London : s.n., 1795]
1795
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A catalogue of books, which will be sold by auction, (without reserve) by Edward Jeffery, at his room, No. 10, Pall-Mall, on Thursday, the 3d of December, 1795, and ten following days (Sundays excepted). Containing Bibliotheca Robertsoniana; or the entire medical and miscellaneous library of Robert Robertson, M.D. of Howard Street, Strand, deceased; to which is added, the library fo a gentleman. Catalogues to be had at the place of sale-the books to be viewed Tuesday and Wednesday, and every day
Jeffery, Edward
[London : s.n., 1795]
1795
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A catalogue of books, which will begin to the sold by auction, by the Sheriff's of the city of Dublin Being the bound stock in trade of Mr. Robt. Bell, bookseller, at his great Theatre in Caple-Street, on Wednesday the 2d of December 1767; consister of above five thousand books in all languages and faculties; also, the lnterest of the lease of that large and valuable concern, which Mr. Bell, at a very considerable expence, has fitted up, and subject to a small ground rent. The sale of the books
Armitage, Thomas, fl. 1767
[Dublin : s.n., 1767]
1767
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A catalogue of chapmens books. Printed for Henry Woodgate and Samuel Brooks, at the golden ball, in Pater-noster-Row
Henry Woodgate and Samuel Brooks
[London : s.n., 1760?]
1760?
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A catalogue of choice and valuable books, in most languages and faculties. With the entire library of Francis Calliault, Esq; deceased, (Secretary to the earl of Chesterfield, when ambassador at the hague.) consisting chiefty of Greek, Latin, English and French, most of them in very good case; which will begin to the sold (the lowest price six'd to each book in the catalogue) on Wednesday the 13th of this instant December, By Tho. Davies, bookseller, in Duke's Court, over-against St. Martin's Ch
Davies, Thomas, ca. 1712-1785
[London : s.n., 1739]
1739
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A catalogue of curious and valuable books, being the library of Mr. John Spotiswood of that ilk advocate, lately deceas'd. To be sold by way of auction in the High Exchange, on Monday the first day of July 1728. Catalogues are to be had at Alexander Davidson's shop in the Parliament House, at the place of sale, and most book-sellers shops in Edinburgh, for two pence Sterling each, which is to be allowed to those who buy books to the value of 2 shillings. The books may be seen three days befor th
Davidson, Alexander, fl. 1720-1734
Edinburgh : printed in the year, 1728
1728
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A catalogue of curious and valuable books, in different languages and faculties. To be sold (by way of sale) at the shop of Alexander Donaldson, Edinburgh, and to continue every day till the end of March 1765. The lowest price, for ready money, is affixed to each article in the catalogue. In this collection are the following books, all the best editions. Folio. Rymer's f̂D oedera, 10 vols The same book, large paper, 10 v. Grævii thesaurus, 45 vols Bayle's dictionary, 5 vols The Biographia Britan
Donaldson, Alexander, d. 1794
Edinburgh : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCLXV. [i.e. 1765]
1765
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A catalogue of curious and valuable books, to be disposed of by way of sale, (The lowest price being marked at each book), at the shop of Alexander Donaldson, the first fore-stair above the entry to the royal bank, Edinburgh. The sale to begin on Monday the 12th day of June 1758, and to continue for two months. In this collection are the following books. Folio. Grævii thesaurus antiq[ue] italiæ, 45 vols Rymer's fœdera, 20 tomes, 10 vols Andersoni diplomata scotiæ The general dictionary, 10 Vols
Donaldson, Alexander, d. 1794
Edinburgh : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCLVIII. [1758]
1758
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A catalogue of curious and valuable books, to be sold, by way of sale, for ready money, (The lowest price being marked at each book) at the shop of Gideon Crawfurd, bookseller in the Parliament-Close, Edinburgh. The sale to begin on Friday the 18th of May 1764. The person who first commissions or demands a book, must always be preferred; it is therefor intreated, that such as design to be purchasers, will their orders soon
Crawfurd, Gideon, bookseller
[Edinburgh : s.n.], Printed in the year MDCC.LXIV. [1764]
1764
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A catalogue of curious and valuable books, to be sold by way of sale, (The lowest price being marked at each book,) at the shop of Alexander Donaldson, at pop's head, opposite the exchange, Edinburgh. The sale to begin on Thursday the 12the day of June 1760, and to continue selling every day for three months. In this collection are the following books, all the best editions: Folio. Biographia Britannica, 5 vols. Ryner's f]oelig]dera, 10 vols. Gr̆vii thesaurus antiq. Italĭ, 45 vols. Piranessi's
Donaldson, Alexander, d. 1794
[Edinburgh : s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCLX [1760]
1760
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A catalogue of drawings prints, books of prints, and books, belonging to the Late Daniel Daulby, Esq. Consisting of the works of the most celebrated masters of the Italian, Flemish, Dutch, French and English schools, particularly of a most extensive and valuable collection of the works of Rembrandt, which will be sold by auction, by T. Vernon, in his great room, in Marble-Street, Williamson-Square, Liverpool, on Monday, August 12th 1799, and the eight following days, (Sunday expected) the sale t
Vernon, T
Liverpool : Printed by J. M'Creery, 1799
1799
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A catalogue of dyer's circulating library, in the college, Exon Containing between 3 and 4000 volumes, of the principal books in the English language, including those lately published, which are lent for reading, at 12s. per year, - 4s. per quarter, or by the volume. Catalogues, Price Sixpence, to be had at the library
Dyer, G. (Gilbert), 1743-1820
Exeter : Printed by R. Trewman, nearly opposite St. Martin's Lane, Forestreet; of whom may be had, Stationary wares of all sorts, &c. &c., MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]
1783
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