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Bibliotheca Horneriana & Coullietana pars secunda. Being a catalogue of the libraries of Two Reverend Divines, Messrs. Horner and Coulliette; and of a Young Gentleman, Student of the Learned Dr. Boerheaave of Leiden. To which is added, The Books collected by Mr. Narbonne, lately dead at Chelsea. In Greek, Latin, English, French, and Italian. Of Divinity, Philosophy, Philology, Civil and Common Law, History, Geography, Voyages and Travels, Physic, Anatomy, Chirurgery, Mathematicks, Architecture, Miscellanies, and a great Variety of French Sermons. Several Printed by Stephens, Aldus, Plantin, Elzevir, Gryphius, and other good Printers. Which will be sold by Auction, on Wednesday the Seventh of April 1736, at Tom's Coffee-House in St. Martin's-Lane, By James Levi. The Sale to begin every Night at Seven a Clock precisely N. B. The Books may be view'd three Days before the sale begins. Catalogues are to be had at Mr. Lewis's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane; Mr. Dunoyer's, in the Strand; Mr. Wilcox's, over against the New Church; Mr. Nourse's, by Temple-Bar; Mr. Hatchet's, near the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Roccairol's, in Green-Street, near Leicester-Fields; at Mrs. Giles's Coffee-House in the Pall-Mall; and at the Place of Sale.

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Bibliotheca Horneriana & Coullietana [electronic resource] : pars secunda. Being a catalogue of the libraries of Two Reverend Divines, Messrs. Horner and Coulliette; and of a Young Gentleman, Student of the Learned Dr. Boerheaave of Leiden. To which is added, The Books collected by Mr. Narbonne, lately dead at Chelsea. In Greek, Latin, English, French, and Italian. Of Divinity, Philosophy, Philology, Civil and Common Law, History, Geography, Voyages and Travels, Physic, Anatomy, Chirurgery, Mathematicks, Architecture, Miscellanies, and a great Variety of French Sermons. Several Printed by Stephens, Aldus, Plantin, Elzevir, Gryphius, and other good Printers. Which will be sold by Auction, on Wednesday the Seventh of April 1736, at Tom's Coffee-House in St. Martin's-Lane, By James Levi. The Sale to begin every Night at Seven a Clock precisely N. B. The Books may be view'd three Days before the sale begins. Catalogues are to be had at Mr. Lewis's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane; Mr. Dunoyer's, in the Strand; Mr. Wilcox's, over against the New Church; Mr. Nourse's, by Temple-Bar; Mr. Hatchet's, near the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Roccairol's, in Green-Street, near Leicester-Fields; at Mrs. Giles's Coffee-House in the Pall-Mall; and at the Place of Sale.
Author
Levi, James, active 1706-1739.
Publication
[London : s.n., 1736]

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  • Bibliotheca Horneriana et Coullietana. Part 2
  • Eighteenth century collections online.
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Bibliotheca Horneriana et Coullietana. Part 2
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  • English Short Title Catalog,
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  • Electronic reproduction.
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642537133
Author
Levi, James, active 1706-1739.
Title
Bibliotheca Horneriana & Coullietana [electronic resource] : pars secunda. Being a catalogue of the libraries of Two Reverend Divines, Messrs. Horner and Coulliette; and of a Young Gentleman, Student of the Learned Dr. Boerheaave of Leiden. To which is added, The Books collected by Mr. Narbonne, lately dead at Chelsea. In Greek, Latin, English, French, and Italian. Of Divinity, Philosophy, Philology, Civil and Common Law, History, Geography, Voyages and Travels, Physic, Anatomy, Chirurgery, Mathematicks, Architecture, Miscellanies, and a great Variety of French Sermons. Several Printed by Stephens, Aldus, Plantin, Elzevir, Gryphius, and other good Printers. Which will be sold by Auction, on Wednesday the Seventh of April 1736, at Tom's Coffee-House in St. Martin's-Lane, By James Levi. The Sale to begin every Night at Seven a Clock precisely N. B. The Books may be view'd three Days before the sale begins. Catalogues are to be had at Mr. Lewis's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane; Mr. Dunoyer's, in the Strand; Mr. Wilcox's, over against the New Church; Mr. Nourse's, by Temple-Bar; Mr. Hatchet's, near the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Roccairol's, in Green-Street, near Leicester-Fields; at Mrs. Giles's Coffee-House in the Pall-Mall; and at the Place of Sale.
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[London : s.n., 1736]
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Eighteenth century collections online.
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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
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English Short Title Catalog, T216162.
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Gale (Firm)
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