Drewry's sale catalogue for 1790

Publication Date1790
RemainderA catalogue of books, containing many thousand volumes in the several branches of science and literature; in which is included the library of the late Rev. John Swain, chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Harrington, rector of Taxall, in the county of Chester, and vicar of Elvaston, in the county of Derby. With serveral other parcles of books lately purchased, amongst which are the following, viz. Folio. Bayle's Dict. of arts, &c. 5 vols. Bleau's Atlas, 14 vols. ... Salmon's Modern history. Southwell's Family bible. Whitelock's Memorials, best edit. Quarto. Adair's History of American Indians. Doddridge's Family expositor, 6 vols. ... Smollet's History of England, 4 vols. Salmon's Modern history, 3 vols. Suetonius, notis pitiseli, 2 tom. Quinctiliani op. a burmano, 2 tom. Octavo. Dr. Johnson's Lives of the poets, 4 v. Dr. Jebb's works, 3 vols. Leadbetter's astronomy, 2 vols. Newton's Milton's paradise lost, 2 v. Rapin's History of England, 16 vols. Rollin's Roman history, 16 vols. Twelves. Bell's complete edit. of the poets, ... Bell's Shakspere, 20 vols. Barrow's History of England, 10 Vols. Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols. spectator, 8 vols. Voltair's works, 31 vols. To which is added a catalogue of modern music, that will be sold exceeding cheap for ready money. The sale will begin on Monday the 15th of March, 1790, at the Shop of John Drewry, in the irongate, derby, and will continue on sale to the end of the year. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale; of Mr. White, and Mr. Lowndes, Fleet-Street, and Mr. Hayes, bookseller in Oxford-Street, London; also of the booksellers in York, Manchester, Lincoln, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Chesterfield, Loughborough, Lichfield, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Leek, Macclesfield, Buxton, Ashborne, Wirksworth, Mansfield, &c. &c. N.B. Ready money given for any library or parcel of books


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