A catalogue of books

Publication Date1779
RemainderContaining about twenty thousand volumes in various languages, arts, and sciences, in good condition, and many of them elegantly bound, a great part of which were collected in the course of last summer. Among which are the following: Aced. des sciences, par. 82.v. Albin's birds 3v. Alcoranus Marracci, 2v. annual register, 20v. eleg. Apuleius ... Atkyns's Glocestersh. 1712 Bacon's abridgment, 5v. 1779. Baskerville's classics, 6v. 4to. --- Ariosto, 4v. --- Addison, 4v. ---Bible, la. pa. Behmen's works, by Law, 3v. ... Martin's shells, 2v. eleg. Mayer's fruit trees, nuremb. Medailles de Louis XIV. Messenii scondia, 15 tom. Newtoni opera, Horsley 1779 Norden's travels in Egypt. 2v. Oratores Grę ci reiske, 24v. Overbeke's Ruins of Rome, 3v. Parkinson's herbal Patrick, Lowth, &c. 6v. Russia Pomet on drugs, 2 v. Ralph's Hist. of England, 2v. ... Ventriv's reports 1726. Voltaire's works, 34 v. Wilksins ... Anglo-Saxon. Willughy's birds. Wood's conveyancing, 3v. 1777 which will be selling very reasonable, for ready money, at the prices printed in the catalogue. Christmas, 1779. And continue till all are sold, by Samuel Hayes, bookseller, No. 332, Oxford-Street, next the corner of Argyle-Street, removed from Holborn. Who gives the full value for books in all languages. Catalogues may be had at the place of sale, and of the following booksellers; Ridley, St. James's-Street; Walter, Charing-Cross; Brown, Strand, corner of Essex-Street; Sewel, Cornhill, and J. Hayes, No. 250. Holborn; also of the booksellers in most of the market towns in England


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