A catalogue of books to be sold by auction

Publication Date1692
RemainderThe sale begins on Monday next, the first of August 1692. betwixt three and four of the clock in the afternoon, at the Black Lyon in St. Pauls Church Yard among the Woollen Drapers. Catalogues are destributed gratis at Mr. Weld betwixt the two Temple Gates in Fleet-Street. At Mr. Manships the Black Bull over against the Royal Exchange; and at the Widdows Coffee-House in an alley next the place of sale. The conditions of sale. I. That he that bids most, is the buyer, but if a difference arise, the book shall be again exposed II. that every person, not sufficiently known to the undertaker, give earnest. III. That all gentlemen fetch away within three days after the sale is ended, paying ready money, and likewise porteridge. The books are in good condition, and may be viewed the afternoon before the sale begins. Christopher Hussey
Extent[2], 5-20 p.


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