Bibliotheca selectissima, diversorum librorum, : viz. theologicorum, historicorum, philologicorum, mathemat. &c. Plurimisque libris, gallicis, italicis, hispanicis adornata. Qui cum ingenti sumptu & summa curâ ex variis Europae partibus fuerunt collecti, & in Angliam nuperrimè advecti. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini, in aedibus Nigri Cygni ex adverso australis porticus ecclesiae cathed. Paulin. in Cæmiterio D. Paul. 18 die April. 1687. / Per Edvardum Millingtonum bibliopol. Lond.

Millington, Edward, approximately 1636-1703.
[London] : Catalogues are given by Mr. Notts at the Queens Arms in Pell-Mell. Mr. Hensman at his shop in Westminster-Hall. Mr. Wilkinsons at the Black-Boy in Fleetstreet. Mr. William Miller at the Acorn in St. Pauls Church-Yard. Mr. Samuel Crouches shop, entring into Popes-head Alley in Cornhil. Mr. Hayes printer in Cambridg; and Mr. B. Shirley at the auction house in Oxford., 1687.
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Lauderdale, John Maitland, Duke of, 1616-1682 -- Library -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.
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The library of John Maitland, Duke of Lauderdale.
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"Libri juridici tum civilis tum canonici in folio" has caption title and separate pagination and register.
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Libri juridici tum civilis tum canonici in folio.
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