A catalogue of very good Latin, and English books consisting of divinity, history, physick, philosophy, mathematicks, &c. collected by the ingenious Ph. Mason, M.A. : Which will be sold by auction. The sale to begin on [blank] 1691: betwixt three and four in the afternoon, and to continue from day to day till all be sold: at Ch. Hussey's house, the Flower-de-luce in Little-Brittain, over against the Globe. Terms of sale. I. That he that bids most is the buyer, but if a difference arise, the book or books shall be again exposed. II. That every buyer not sufficiently known to the undertaker, give earnest. III. That all persons fetch away within three days after the sale is ended, paying ready money, and likewise porteridge. Note, the books are good conditioned, and may be viewed two days before the sale.
|Imprint:||[London]: Catalogues are distributed gratis at Mr. Notts in the Pell-mell, at Mr. Welds betwixt the Two Temple-Gates in Fleet-street, at Mr. Manships at the Black-Bull in Cornhil against the Royal Exchange, and at the above-mentioned place of sale., |
|Description:||1 online resource (12+ p.)|
|Subject:||Book auctions -- England -- Early works to 1800.|
Booksellers' catalogs -- England -- Early works to 1800.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11527979|