A catalogue of scarce and valuable books

Publication Date1730
RemainderBeing the Entire stock in Trade of Mr. Harmen Noorthouck, bookseller. Consisting of the most Curious in the following Languages and Faculties, (viz.) Greek, Latin, Spanish, French, Italian, &c. Relating more particularly to the History, Antiquities, and Parliamentary Affairs of Great Britain and Ireland; France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Muscovy, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, and most other Countries. Likewise, Divinity, History, Mathematicks, Philosophy, Physick and Surgery: A Good Collection of the Greek and Latin Historians, chiefly of the Best Editions: Classicks in Usum Sereniss. Delph. & cum Notis Variorum. Together with those printed by the most Eminent Printers, viz. Juntae, Aldus, Stephanus, Colinaeus, Vascosan, Turnebius, Giolito, Valgrisius, Torrentinus, &c. Also, Books of Antiquities and Medals, Sculpture, Architecture: Likewise Law Civil and Canon; with a Good Collection of Lexicographers. As also His Houshold Goods. To be Sold by Auction, on Thursday July 2, 1730, at the said Mr. Noorthouck's Dwelling-House, in the Great-Piazza, Covent-Garden; beginning every Evening at Five of the Clock, and to continue till all are Sold. By Mr. Christopher Bateman, Bookseller. N. B. The Books, &c. must be all Sold for the Benefit of the Creditors, without any Reserve. Catalogues may be had gratis at Mr. Lyon's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Stagg's, Westminster-Hall; Mr. Jackson's, at St. James's; Mr. Millar's, over-against St. Clement's-Church; Mr. Woodward's, at the Half-Moon in Fleet-Street; Mr. Davis's, in Pater-Noster-Row; Mr. Cox's, at the Royal-Exchange; and at the Place of sale.


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