A catalogue of the very select, elegant, and valuable library of a nobleman, removed from his villa for the convenience of sale

Publication Date1800
Remaindercomprising, among many other choice articles, the following: Dugdale's Works complete, in 17 vols. uniform and elegant, in russia. - Hollingshead's Chronicle, with the castrations, 2 vol. best edit. russia. - Prynne's Records. - Prince's Worthies of Devon. - Douglass's Nenia Brittannica, l.p. the plates beautifully coloured, superb, in russia. - curious poetry, tracts, and plays. - Pennant's London, Walpole's Royal and noble authors, and Clarendon, illustrated with a vast quantity of portraits and views, in laid on imperial paper, 10 atlas vols. splendidly bound in russia. ... Butler's Hudibras, by Nash, 3 vols. elegant. - Willis's Cathedrals, Notitia, &c. 7 vols. Rapin's England with Tindal's continuation, 28 vols. plates. And many other very fine and uncommon articles, too tedious to mention, which will be sold by auction by Mr. King, junr. at his auction room, no. 36, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, on Friday and Saturday, the 30th and 31st of May, 1800, at twelve o'clock
Extent19, [1] p.
PublisherMay be viewed on Wednesday and Thursday, and catalogues then had of Mr. Booker, Bond Street; Evans, Pall Mall; Mr. Reynolds, Oxford Street; Mr. Moore, Leadenhall Street; and Mr. King, appraiser, at the rooms


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