Catalogus librorum ex bibliothecis virorum Reverendi eruditissimique Jo. Lowthorp, M.A. & F.R.S

Publication Date1728
Remainderet Honoratissimi Tho. Carew Armigeri, Nuper Defunctorum: or, a catalogue of the Libraries of the late Reverend and Learned John Lowthorp, M. A. and F. R. S. (author of the Philosophical Transactions abridg'd;) and the Honourable Tho. Carew Esq; both Deceas'd. Consisting of several Thousand Volumes, relating to the History, Antiquities, and Constitution of Great-Britain, France, Ireland, and most other Countries. Books of Sculpture, Medals, Painting, Voyages, Trade, Husbandry, Physick, Mathematicks, Natural History; Law Common, Civil and Canon; best Editions of the Fathers. Lexicographers, Classicks in Usum Delphini, Paris Editions, cum Notis Variorum, and by the most Celebrated Printers. N.B. There is a Large and Curious Collection of Spanish, French, and Italian Books. Which will begin to be Sold Cheap, (the Price mark'd in each Book) by Charles Davis, at his Shop (lately Mr. Bateman's) in Pater-Noster-Row, next to Warwick-Lane, on Tuesday the 27th of February 1727-8. Catalogues may be had gratis at Mr. King's, Westminster-Hall; Mr. Green's, Charing-Cross; M. Jackson's, in Pall-Mall; Mr. Lewis's Covent-Garden; Mr. Meighan's, Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holborn; Mr. Lintot's, in Fleet-Street; Mr. Strahan's, and Mr. Brotherton's, Royal-Exchange; Mr. Clement's, at Oxford; Mr. Crownfield's, at Cambridge, and Mr. Corsley's, in Bristol, Booksellers; and at the Place of Sale. Where Money may be had for any Library or Parcel of Books


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