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MLA

Ross, William. A Catalogue of Books: Being the Remainder of the Stock of John Smith, Bookseller, On the Blind-quay, Which Were Not Disposed of At the Late Sale of His Books; Besides Many That Had Been Omitted to Be Inserted In That Catalogue. Which Will Begin to Be Sold by Auction, On Thursday the Seventh Day of December Next, At His Late House of the Blind-quay. By William Ross. The Sale to Begin Each Day At Eleven O'clock In the Forenoon; and So Continue From Day to Day, 'till the Whole Are Sold. The Books May Be Viewed At Said Place, the Three Days Immediately Preceding the Sale. Catalogues to Be Had the Place of Sale, Or From William Ross At Dick's-coffee-house. [Dublin: s.n., 1760.

APA

Ross, W. (1760). A catalogue of books: Being the remainder of the stock of John Smith, bookseller, on the blind-quay, which were not disposed of at the late sale of his books; besides many that had been omitted to be inserted in that catalogue. Which will begin to be sold by auction, on Thursday the seventh day of December next, at his late House of the Blind-quay. By William Ross. The sale to begin each day at eleven o'clock in the forenoon; and so continue from day to day, 'till the whole are sold. The books may be viewed at said place, the three days immediately preceding the sale. Catalogues to be had the place of sale, or from William Ross at Dick's-Coffee-House. [Dublin: s.n.

Chicago

Ross, William, A Catalogue of Books: Being the Remainder of the Stock of John Smith, Bookseller, On the Blind-Quay, Which Were Not Disposed of At the Late Sale of His Books; Besides Many That Had Been Omitted to Be Inserted In That Catalogue. Which Will Begin to Be Sold by Auction, On Thursday the Seventh Day of December Next, At His Late House of the Blind-Quay. By William Ross. The Sale to Begin Each Day At Eleven O'clock In the Forenoon; and So Continue From Day to Day, 'till the Whole Are Sold. The Books May Be Viewed At Said Place, the Three Days Immediately Preceding the Sale. Catalogues to Be Had the Place of Sale, Or From William Ross At Dick's-Coffee-House. [Dublin: s.n., 1760.