A catalogue of the libraries of Sir John Cross, Bart

Publication Date1771
Remainderand other gentlemen, deceased, consisting of fifteen thousand volumes of rare and valuable books, in almost all languages; a fine collection of Historians and Antiquarians, particularly those of Great Britain and Ireland; Voyages and Travels, Divinity, Classics, Physic and Polite Writers, many in Elegant Bindings, and almost all Gilt and Lettered. The whole will begin to be sold cheap, at the Prices printed in the Catalogue, for Ready Money only, on Thursday, April 25th, 1771; and continue Daily, by Thomas Evans, bookseller, in King-Street, Covent-Garden, Who gives the full Value for any Library or Parcel of Books, also Libraries arranged, catalogued, appraised, or sold by Auction. Catalogues may be had of Messrs. Robson and Parker, in New Bond-Street; Dodsley, Pall-Mall; Walter, Charing-Cross; Owen, Fleet-Street; Cook, Royal Exchange, and at the Place of Sale


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