A New Catalogue, for the Year 1797, of a Valuable Collection of Books Ancient and Modern, in Various Languages, and in Every Branch of Literature; ... to be Sold ... by Thomas Payne, ...

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1797 - Booksellers' catalogs - 306 pages
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Page 133 - Which if you do open, to cheapen and copen, You will be unwilling, for many a shilling, To part with the profit that you shall have of it...
Page 74 - Observations, Historical, Critical, and Medical, on the Wines of the Ancients, and the Analogy between them and Modern Wines...
Page 109 - Topography, or an Hiftorical Account of what has been done for illuftrating the Topographical Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland, 2 vols.
Page 106 - Original Papers : containing the Secret Hiftory of Great Britain, from the Reftoration to the Acceffion of the Houfe of Hanover: To which are prefixed, Extracts from the Life of James II. as written by himfelf ; publifhed from the Originals ; 2 vols.
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Page 149 - Pliilofophical and Political Hiftory of the Settlements and Trade of the Europeans in the Eaft and Weft Indies, tranflated from the French of the Abbe Rcynall.
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Page 104 - Actively pureuing this salutary and benevolent object, Mr. Howard took up his residence at the town of Cherson, a Russian settlement on the Black sea. A malignant fever prevailed there, and...
Page 88 - Voyages métallurgiques, ou recherches et observations sur les mines et forges de fer, la fabrication de l'acier, celle du fer-blanc, et...
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