A catalogue of several libraries and parcels of books, [electronic resource] : (lately purchased) containing upwards of Twelve Thousand Volumes, ancient and modern, In most Languages, Arts, and Sciences, Including many of the best and scarcest articles in every class of Literature, Chiefly in good Condition, and several in elegant Bindings, Which will be Sold exceeding Cheap for Ready Money, (the prices printed in the Catalogue) By Henry Sotheran, Bookseller and Stationer at the Bottom of Stongeate, Near the York Tavern, Who gives the utmost Value, in Ready Money, for any Library or Parcel of Books, exchanges new Books for old, appraises Libraries, and executes Bookbinding Business in the genteelest and most elegant Manner. Catalogues (price 6d. to be allow'd in Purchase) may be had of Mr. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, and Mr. Conant, Fleet-Street, London. Booksellers; also of the Booksellers at Oxford, Cambridge, Bath, Salisbury, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Durham, Darlington, Lincoln, Hull, Liverpool, Prefton, Manchester, Doncaster, Sheffield, Barnsley, Nottingham, Halifax, Wakefield, Leeds, Pontefract, Northampton, Derby, Chesterfield, Bridlington, Whitby, Scarbrough, Malton, Ripon, Thrisk, and at the Place of Sale.
- [York? : s.n., 1777]
,147,p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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