A List of the Original Catalogues of the Principal Libraries which Have Been Sold by Auction by Mr. Samuel Baker, from 1744 to 1774; Messrs. S. Baker and G. Leigh, from 1775-1777; Mr. George Leigh, 1778; Messrs. Leigh and Sotheby, from 1780 to 1800; Messrs. Leigh, Sotheby and Son, from 1800 to 1803; Messrs. Leigh and S. Sotheby, from 1804 to 1816; and Mr. Sotheby, from 1816 to 1828. The Whole Forming a Series of One Hundred and Forty-six Volumes in Quarto, with Prices and Purchasers' Names

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Compton & Ritchie, 1828 - Auction catalogs - 17 pages
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Page 8 - The Theory and Practice of finding the Longitude, at Sea or Land.
Page 11 - Abbey ; also •The very valuable and highly interesting united Libraries of Thomas Hollis, Esq. and Thomas Brand Hollis, Esq. including likewise the Theological and Political Library of the late Rev. John...
Page 10 - Library of the Rev. Thomas Peirson, DD Senior Minister of the Established English Church, in the city of Amsterdam. Meaning to sell his books by auction, Dr. I'ierxon gives a Catalogue Raisonnd of them, which he announces " as a perpetual Vade Mecum, for young clergymen and students in divinity.
Page 23 - Newton, Mrs. Anne, containing the Collection of the great Sir Is. Newton — — 1813 Nicolay, Frederick, Esq.

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