Catalogue of the Manuscript Library of the Late Dawson Turner ..

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Puttick and Simpson, 1859 - Autographs - 308 pages
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Page ii - Gentlemen who cannot attend the Sale, may have their Commissions faithfully executed by their obedient Servants, PUTTICK AND SIMPSON.
Page 92 - Biblical Notes and Dissertations chiefly intended to confirm and illustrate the Doctrine of the Deity of CHRIST , with some Remarks on the practical importance of that Doctrine.
Page ii - Is.; above five pounds, 2s. 6d. ; and so on. III. The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay down 10s. in the pound, if required, in part payment of the purchasemoney; in default of which the lot or lots purchased to be immediately put up again and resold.
Page ii - CONDITIONS OF SALE. I. The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders; the lot so disputed shall be immediately put up again. II. No person to advance less than Is.; above Five Pounds 2s. 6d.; and so on in proportion.
Page ii - Lots be lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the Purchaser.
Page 94 - ... and witty ; he might have been an ornament to literature, which he made ridiculous; and the pride of the pulpit, which he so egregiously disgraced ; but, having blunted and worn out that interior feeling, which is the instinct of the good man, and the wisdom of the wise, there was no balance in his passions, and the decorum of life was sacrificed to its selfishness. He condescended to live on the follies of the people, and his sordid nature had changed him till he crept, "licking the dust with...
Page 110 - He was very learned, not only in Latin, in which he was a master, but in Greek and Hebrew. He had read a great deal of divinity, and almost all the historians, ancient and modern : so that he had great materials.
Page 124 - Some short Remarks on a Story, told by the Ancients, concerning St. John the Evangelist, and Cerinthus the Heretic, and on the use which is made of it by the Moderns to enforce the Duty of shunning Heretics...
Page ii - Upon failure of complying with the above conditions, the money deposited in part payment shall be forfeited; all Lots uncleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by Public or Private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale shall be made good by the Defaulter at this Sale, together with all charges attending the same.
Page 49 - July 15, 1641, he was created a baronet; yet upon the breaking out of the civil war, he adhered to the parliament, and took the solemn league and covenant in 1643. He sat in this parliament till Dec.

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