Wagstaff's catalogue of choice books for 1771

Publication Date1770
RemainderContaining many thousands of the most scarce and curious articles in all arts and sciences, and in every branch of polite literature both in print and in manuscript: including a vast variety of scarce tracts, early editions of the rare old black letter books, &c. many of which are prior to 1500; collected and imported since December 1769. The whole being such a collection as needs no encomiums. Which will begin to be sold on Monday, November the 26th, 1770. At George Wagstaff's, bookseller, in Brick-lane, Spitalfields, the corner of Brown's-lane, for ready money only. Catalogues to be had at the following book-sellers, viz. Ridley's, St. James's-street; Law's, St. Martin's Church-yard; Hingleton's Temple-bar; Wilkie's, St. Paul's-church-yard; Cooke's, near the Royal-exchange; and at the place of sale: where the utmost value is given for any library or parcel of books; also books exchanged


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