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  • Black coffee / Agatha Christie ; adapted as a novel by Charles Osborne.

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    • Rockland, MA : Wheeler Pub., [1999]
    • 1999-1998
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  • In honor of an old coffee house. Interesting ceremonies incident to unveiling of large and beautiful tablet on site of historic Merchants Coffee House, New York ...

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    • [New York, 1914]
    • 1914
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  • At large and at small : familiar essays / by Anne Fadiman.

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    • New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007.
    • 2007
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  • A treatise concerning the properties and effects of coffee. [electronic resource] : The third edition, with large additions, and a preface by Benjamin Moseley, M. D. Author Of "observations ON The Dysentery Of The West-Indies.

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    • London : printed for the author: and sold by John Stockdale, Opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly, MDCCLXXXV. [1785]
    • 1785
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  • At large and at small : familiar essays / by Anne Fadiman.

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    • New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007.
    • 2007
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  • Cultivating coffee : the farmers of Carazo, Nicaragua, 1880-1930 / Julie A. Charlip.

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    • 2003
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  • Entrepreneurial litigation : its rise, fall, and future / John C. Coffee, Jr.

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    • Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2015.
    • 2015
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  • Tavern anecdotes and sayings; including the origin of signs, and reminiscences connected with taverns, coffee-houses, clubs, etc., by Charles Hindley ...

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    • London, Chatto & Windus, 1881.
    • 1881
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  • Mr. Pope's Essay on criticism being translated into Latin verse, ... This translation, with a Latin dedication prefix'd, will be printed in a well-siz'd letter, on fine paper, in large 8vo. at 1s. 6d. Which easy subscription will be taken, at Mr. Dodsley's ... George's Coffee-house, ... and at Mr. Purser's, ... [electronic resource].

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    • [London?, 1745?]
    • 1745
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  • A treatise of agriculture. [electronic resource] : The third edition, with large additions and amendments. By Adam Dickson, A. M. Minister at Dunse.

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    • Dublin : printed by and for Sarah Cotter, under Dick's Coffee-House in Skinner-Row, MDCCLXVI. [1766]
    • 1766
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  • Considerations on the state of the British fisheries in America, [electronic resource] : And their consequence to Great Britain. With proposals for their security, By the reduction of Cape-Breton, &c. Which were Humbly offer'd, by a Gentleman of a Large Trade of the City of London, to His Majesty's Ministers, in January 1744-5.

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    • London : printed for W. Bickerton, in the Temple-Exchange, near the Inner-Temple-Gate, Fleet-Street, MDCCXLV. [1745]
    • 1745
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  • Instructions and observations relative to the navigation of the Windward and Gulph passages, [electronic resource] : as laid down in two large charts, Dedicated, by Permission, To the Right Honourable The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. By Robert Bishop, Many Years a Master in the Royal Navy.

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    • London : printed for the author, and sold, with the charts, at the Jamaica coffee-house, M.DCC.LXI. [1761]
    • 1761
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  • A catalogue of a curious and valuable collection of books in most languages and faculties, [electronic resource] : Especially divinity and Classic Authors. Amongst which are a large Number, cum Notis Variorum, and above Eighty Volumes printed by Elxiver, neatly bound in Morocco Leather, gilt on the Leaves; with several Printed by Aldus Colinaus, Stephens, &c. Which will begin to be Sold on Monday the 27th Day of May. 1728. By W. Thurlbourn Bookseller in Cambridge. N. B. Catalogues to be had Gratis at the Coffee-Houses in Cambridge, and at the Place of Sale.

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    • [Cambridge : s.n., 1728]
    • 1728
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  • The English part of the library of the late Duke of Lauderdale [electronic resource] : being a catalogue of choice English books in divinity, history, geography, law, poetry and miscellany, all curiously bound and gilt on the back, many in turkey leather, and of the large papers : which will be sold by auction at Sams Coffee-House in Ave-Mary-Lane near Ludgate-Street, on Tuesday, May 27, 1690, at three of the clock in the afternoon, and so to continue daily till all be sold.

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    • [London : s.n., 1690]
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  • A voyage to Arabia the Happy, by the way of the Eastern Ocean, and the streights of the Red-Sea : perform'd by the French for the first time, A.D. 1708, 1709, 1710 : together with a particular relation of a journey from the port of Moka to the court of the King of Yemen, in the second expedition, A.D. 1711, 1712, 1713 : also, an account of the coffee-tree and its fruit ...

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    • London : Printed for G. Strahan ... and R. Williamson ..., 1726.
    • 1726
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  • The trial at large of Francis Henry de la Motte, [electronic resource] : for high treason, at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, on Saturday the fourteenth of July, 1781. Taken in short hand by James Wallice, Esq; of the Middle-Temple.

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    • London : printed for W. Davis, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill, J. Browne , opposite Anderson's Coffee-House, Fleet-Street and J. Turpin, opposite Hicks's Hall, St. John's-Street, M.DCC.LXXXI. [1781]
    • 1781
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  • The trial at large of Francis Henry De la Motte, for high treason, at the Session House in the Old Bailey, on Saturday the fourteenth of July, 1781. [electronic resource] : Taken in short hand by James Wallice, Esq; of the Middle-Temple.

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    • London : Printed for W. Davis, No. 25, Ludgate-hill, J. Ford, opposite Anderton's Coffee-house, Fleet-street and J. Turpin, opposite Hicks's Hall, St. John's-street, [1781]
    • 1781
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  • A catalogue of the valuable library of the Rev. and learned William Stuart, [electronic resource] : D. D. late Chancellor of the Diocese of Exeter. Containing A very large and curious Collection of Books in all Parts of Literature, in very elegant Condition, and many of them on Royal Paper: Which will be Sold by Auction, (by Order of the Executrix,) At Paul's Coffee-House, in St. Paul's Church Yard, On Monday, February 3, 1745-6. and the Nineteen following Evenings (sundays excepted,) beginning precisely at Six O'Clock each Night. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Whiston's in Fleetstreet; Mr. Baker's in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Thurlbourn's at Cambridge; Mr. James Fletcher's at Oxford; Mr. Score's at Exeter; And at Paul's Coffee-House, the Place of Sale. The Books may be viewed the Week before the Sale. N. B. The Wainscot Book Cases will be Sold at the End of the Sale.

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    • [London : s.n., 1746]
    • 1746
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  • A catalogue of the large and valuable library of Joseph Edmondson, [electronic resource] : Esq; Mowbray Herald Extraordinary, Late of Warwick-Street, Golden-Square, deceased. Consisting of Many Thousand Volumes of scarce and valuable Books, Manuscripts, Visitations and Missals, among which are Dugdale's Baronage; County Histories, Houbraken's Heads, History of the House of Yvery, Natural History, with finely coloured Plates, &c. together with a curious Roman Altar, and other curious and scarce Articles. Which (by Order of the Executor) will be sold by auction, By Mr. Willock, At the Great Auction Room in King-Street, St. James's-Square, On Monday the 26th of June, 1786, and Two following Days, at Twelve O'Clock. To be viewed on Friday and Saturday the 23d, and 24th of June, when Catalogues may be had at the place of Sale, at Mr. Edmondson's late Dwelling-House in Warwick-Street; at George's Coffee-House, in Chancery-Lane; at the Rainbow Coffee-House, in Cornhill; and of Mr. Willock, in Chapel-Court, New Burlington-Street. (- Conditions of Sale as usual.).

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    • [London : s.n., 1786]
    • 1786
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  • A catalogue of part of the library of that learned and reverend divine Dr. Woodroffe, [electronic resource] : late principal of Gloucester Hall; Of a Barrister at Law; and Mr. Robinson, Attorney, of New-Inn; all Deceased: Consisting of A Collection of choice Books in several Faculties and Languages, viz. Divinity, History, (especially English) Law, Voyages, Physick, Mathematicks, Classicks, Poetry; in English, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, Italian, Spanish, &c. many of them Gilt and Lettered, several Large Paper. Which will begin to be sold cheap (the Price being put in each Book) on Wednesday the 9th of this Instant July, 1718, at D. Browne's Ware-House in Exeter Exchange. Catalogues may be had at the Rain Bow Coffee-House at Westminster-Hall Gate, Mr. Stokoc's, Bookseller, over against the Mews Gate, Palsgrave's Head Coffee-House without Temple-Bar, Mr. Clements, Bookseller, at the Half Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Batson's Coffee-House on Corn-Hill, and the Place of Sale.

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    • [London : s.n., 1718]
    • 1718
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  • A catalogue of a fine and large collection of prints and drawings, belonging to Solomon Gautier, [electronic resource] : (most Part of them lately brought from Abroad.) Which will be sold by auction on Monday the 1st of February 1724-5, at his dwelling-house, the Crown and Pearl, under the Great Piazza, Covent-Garden; where the aforesaid Collection may be view'd on Thursday the 28th, Friday, Saturday, and Monday, till the Time of Sale, which will begin at Five a Clock in the Afternoon. Catalogues may be had at Batson's Coffee-House against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill, and at Mr. Cooper's in James-Street, Covent-Garden, and at the Place of Sale. Conditions of Sale as Usual.

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    • [London : s.n., 1725]
    • 1725
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  • Tea warehouse, [electronic resource] : Henry Harris, No. 152, Oxford Street, Corner of Vere-Street, opposite Bond-Street; Respectfully informs his Friends and the Public in general, that in Consequence of Teas selling at the last East-India Company's sale, much cheaper than at any former Sale; he has Bought a large Assortment of the finest Rough Flavoured Teas, which he is now selling, Wholesale and Retail, at the following reduced Prices, viz. Black Teas. S. D. Best Bohea - - - 2 0 Good Congon - - - 3 6 Very good ditto - - 4 0 Good Souchong - - 5 0 Fine Souchong - - - 6 0 Very fine ditto - - 7 0 Superfine ditto - - 8 0 Green Teas S. D. Green Tea, 3s. 4d. and 3 6 Fine Singlo ditto - - 4 0 Fine Bloom - - - - 5 0 Hyson - - - - - 5 6 Good ditto - - - - 6 0 Very good ditto - - 7 0 Fine ditto - - - - 8 0 Superfine ditto - - 10 0 Fine Gunpowder - - 11 0 Superfine ditto - - 12 0 Coffee and Chocolate S. D. Coffee - - - - - 2 8 Good ditto - - - - 3 0 Fine ditto - - - - 4 0 Turkey Coffee from 5 to ... 0 Good Chocolate - - 3 0 Best plain ditto - - - 4 0 Sir Hans Sloan's 4s 6d to 5 6 White's neat unadulterated Cocoa (so justly recommended by most Gentlemen of the Faculty). Genuine Tapioca, so Beneficial for weak Constitutions. Likewise fine Fruit of all Sorts. N. B. A large Assortment of Sugars at reduced Prices.

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    • [London] : Printed at Craft's Office, Wells-Street, Oxford-Street, [1792?]
    • 1792
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  • Bibliotheca curiosa [electronic resource] : or, a catalogue of very curious, scarce, and uncommon books and tracts, relating to the history and antiquities of Great-Britain and Ireland, and divers other Nations. With a large Collection of, Parliamentary Affairs, Travels, Uoyages, Trade, Coin, Husbandry, Heraldry, Battles, Sieges, Physick, Alchemy, Mathematicks, Mines, Minerals, Lives, &c. With a Collection of Manuscripts, of History, Heraldry, and Parliamentary Affairs, and a great Number of Trials, Speeches, Proclamations, and Declarations, &c. Which will be sold very Cheap, (the Lowest Price fixed in each Book) on Thursday the 30th of this instant March 1732, by L. Lawlor, Bookseller, In St. Martin's Church-Yard, near the Strand, Beginning at Eight in the Morning. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Strahan's in Cornhill; Mr. Wotton's over-against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street; Mr. Brindley's in New-Bond-Street; Mr. Jackson's, Pall-Mall, Booksellers; at Forest's Coffee-House against the Mews-Gate, Charing-Cross; the British Coffee-House in the Court of Requests; and at the Place of Sale.

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    • [London : s.n., 1732]
    • 1732
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  • Bibliotheca antiquaria & politica [electronic resource] : being a catalogue of the library of a very great statesman deceased, Consisting of a Curious and Large Collection of Books, relating to the History, Antiquities, and Constitution of Great Britain and Ireland, and most Foreign Countries, their Politicks and Forms of Government; of Architecture, Medals, Sculpture, Painting, Mathematicks, Trade, Husbandry, Natural History, Divinity, and Classicks in Usum Delphini, of the Paris Edition, cum Notis Variorum, &c. With a great Number of Spanish, Italian, and French Books. Which will begin to be sold very cheap, the Price being marked in each Book, at Dick's Coffee-House, under the Little Piazza in Covent-Garden, on Tuesday the 21st of May, 1723. at Nine in the Morning. Catalogues may be had Gratis at Mr. Greaves's, next White's Chocolate-House, in St. James's-Street; Mr. Parker's, in Pall-Mall; Mr. Stokoe's, at Charing-Cross; Mr. Lewis's and Mr. Woodman's, in Covent-Garden; Mr. King's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Lintot's, in Fleetstreet; Mr. Meighan's, under Grays-Inn-Gate, in Holborn; Mr. Strahan's, in Cornhill, Booksellers at Child's Coffee-House, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and at the Place of Sale.

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    • 1723
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  • It started with a dog / Julia London.

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    • Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2022.
    • 2022-2021
  • A catalogue of the libraries of Edward Marshall Esq [electronic resource] : And of a Very Eminent Prelate Lately Deceased: Consisting of a very Large and Valuable Collection of Books relating to the Common and Civil Law, the History and Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland, of Foreign Countries, the Fathers, Divinity, Physick, Natural History, Mathematicks, Sculpture, Architecture, Painting, Voyages, Romances, Poetry, Trade, &c. Classicks of the most celebrated Editions, in Usum Delphini, Par. Ed. & cum Notis Variorum; likewise French, Italian, and Spanish Books. Which will begin to be Sold very Cheap (the Price marked in each Book) by Charles Davis, up one Pair of Stairs, at the Broad-Cloth Warchouse, next to Dick's Coffee-House, under the Little Piazza, Covent-Garden, on Thursday the 5th of March, 1723-4. at Nine in the Morning.

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    • [London, Satalogues may be had gratis at Mr. King's, in West-Minster-Hall; Mr. Stokoe's, at Charing-Cross; Mr. Parker's, in the Pallmall; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane: Mr. Franklyn's, under Tom's Coffee-House, Covent-Garden; Mr. Lintott's, in Fleetstreet; Mr. Osborn's, and Mr. Meighan's, in Gray's-Inn; Mr. Strahan's and Mr. Brotherton's, in Cornhill, Booksellers: at the Chapter Coffee-House in Pater-Noster-Row; at Dick's under the Piazza, and at the Place of Sale, 1724]
    • 1724
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  • The charitable farmer of Somersetshire: or, God's great and vvonderful vvork. [electronic resource] : Being a true relation of an honest, godly man, that lived at Welling, within three mile of the city of Wells, which sold his wheat to poor people at six shillings a bushel, when the market price was ten and eleven shillings, for which he was much derided and scoft at, by his rich neighbours: but was recompenced by an extraordinary crap [sic] of wheat, like never before heard of, each stolk of straw, having divers full large ears, some seven, some eight, nine, and ten, so to thirteen, but generally ten ears on every straw throughout the field, which was ten acres and upwards, of which, divers ears are to be seen at divers coffee-houses in the city of London. Likewise a pattern of all covetous greedy-minded men, to be charitable unto their poor neighbours, from the consideration of so remarkable an example. / By Law. White.

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    • [London : s.n., 1700?]
    • 1700
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  • A catalogue of all the genuine stock of excellent wines, [electronic resource] : consisting of About 400 Dozen of Oriental Madeira, near 200 Dozen of fine Old Red Port, Red and White Constantia, Old Arrack, &c. Also, Some Valuable Jewels, Two Gold Repeating Watches, Rich Snuff Boxes, a very Capital Single-Stone Brilliant Ring; A large Quantity of Table and Bed Linen, And other Effects, of Alexander Wynch, Esq; deceased, Which will be sold by auction, By Mess. Christie and Ansell, (by Order of the Executors) At their Great Room, next Cumberland-House, Pall-Mall, On Monday, November 5, 1781, and two following days. To be Viewed on Friday and Saturday preceding the Sale, which will begin each Day at Twelve O'Clock. Catalogues may be had as above, and at Garraway's Coffee House. N. B. The Wines to be tasted only on the Mornings (and at the Time) of Sale.

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    • [London : s.n., 1781]
    • 1781
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  • A catalogue of the valuable museum, [electronic resource] : comprising An elegant Assemblage of Antique Morble Figures and Bustos, Bronzes, Models in Terra Cotta, Capital Chimney Pieces and Slabs, Mathematical and Musical Instruments, antiquities, rare articles of crystal, carvings in Ivory, Valuable Jewels, Coloured Stones, Curious Cabinets, Armour, Fire Arms, Swords, and Innumerable scarce Articles, collected with scientific Knowledge, at a great Expence. Also several Turning Lathes, A large Quantity of excellent Working Tools, &c. &c. which will be sold by auction By Mr. Christie, At his Great Room, Pall Mall, On Saturday January 11th, 1794, and Monday and Tuesday following at twelve o'clock. To be Viewed Two Days preceding the Sale; when Catalogues may be had at the Rainbow Coffee House, Cornhill; and in Pall Mall.

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    • [London : s.n., 1794]
    • 1794
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  • The whore: a poem. [electronic resource] : Written by a whore of quality. This truly sapphic production is confessedly written by a priestess of the Cyprian deity, and by her recommended to those sincere worshipers, the Ladies L - r, G-r, W-y, Mrs. N-n, Mrs. R-n, A-d, Bird of Paradise, &c. who sacrifice largely to the loose rob'd Goddess of Delight, and Tender Dalliance.

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    • London : printed for the author; and sold at the pamphlet-shop opposite Anderton's Coffee-House, Fleet-Street, and at all other Pamphlet-Shops, [1782?]
    • 1782
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  • The pages of her life / by James L. Rubart.

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    • Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2019.
    • 2019-2019
  • The measure : a novel / Nikki Erlick.

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    • New York, NY : Harper Large Print, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2022]
    • 2022-2022
  • Fair trade [electronic resource] / Debra A. Miller, book editor.

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    • Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2010.
    • 2010
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  • Bibliotheca literaria; seu librorum maximé insignium catalogus: containing a very curious and uncommon collection of Books in most Languages, relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland, [electronic resource] : of Foreign Countries, the Fathers, Common, Civil and Canon Law, Divinity, Sculpture, Architecture, Painting, Mathematicks, Voyages, Romances, Poetry, Physick, Anatomy, Natural History, Trade, &c. Classicks in Usum Delph. Par. Edit. cum Notis Variorum, and printed by Vascosan, Colinaeus, R. Stevens, and Elzevir senr. Amongst which are Spelman's Councils, 2 vol. Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanum, 3 vol. Pere Montfaucon, Grand Papier; Mezeray, 3 vol. Edit. non chastree; Leoni's Palladio, 5 vol. 1st Edit. Statutes at large, 3 vol. most of the Reports; Field's Bible, 2 vol. with fine Dutch Cuts, bound in Russia: Likewise several Manuscripts on Vellum, relating to the Laws of England, &c. which formerly belonged to the Famous Mr. Lambard. Which will begin to be sold very cheap (the Price mark'd in each Book) by Charles Davis, at Dick's Coffee-House in the Little-Piazza, Covent-Garden, on Tuesday the third of December, 1723. at Nine of the Clock in the Morning. Catalogues may be had gratis at Mr. King's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Stokoe's, at Charing-Cross; Mr. Franklyn's, under Tom's Coffee-House, Mr. Woodman's, under Will's, Covent-Garden; Mr. Lintott's, in Fleetstreet; Mr. Osborn's, by Grays-Inn-Walks; Mr. Strahan's, in Cornhil; Booksellers: at the Chapter Coffee-House in Pater-Noster-Row; and at the Place of Sale.

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    • 1723
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  • Librorum Græcorum, [electronic resource] : Latinorum, Gallicorum, Italicorum, Hispanicorum, & Anglicorum, Ex Musaeo Viri Illustris Ricardi Hutton Armig. Et Thomae Kimpson A. M. Catalogus: or, a catalogue of the Libraries of Richard Hutton Esq; and of the Revd. Tho. Kimpson, (both lately Deceased.) Consisting of A Large Collection of books, relating to the History, Antiquities, and Constitution of Great-Britain and Ireland; of the History of most Foreign Nations, and the Antiquities of several of their Principalities and Counties: Of Architecture, Sculpture, Law, Divinity, Trade, Husbandry, and Classicks, in Usum Delphini, of the Paris Editions, with several printed by Aldus, Rob. Stephens, and other Curious Printers: With a great many Italian books printed by Giolilo, Juntae, &c. N. B. There are an Hundred Volumes of Veilum Mss. on Various Subjects. Which will begin to be Sold Cheap (the Price mark'd in each Book) at Tho Green's Shop, against Sir John Falstaffe's-Head, Charing-Cross; on Wednesday the 7th of January 1729-30. at Nine in the Morning. Catalogues may be had at Mrs. Greaves's, next White's Chocolate-House, in St. James's-Street; Mr. Jackson's, in Pall-Mall, Booksellers: The British Coffee-House, Charing-Cross; Will's, Tom's, and Button's Coffee-Houses, in Covent-Garden; the Chapter Coffee-House, in St. Paul's Church-Yard: Also at Mr. King's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Lintot's, in Fleet-Street; Mr. Meighan's, at Gray's-Inn-Gate; Mr. Strahan's, in Cornhill, Booksellers: And at the Place of Sale.

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    • 1730
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  • American modernism at mid-century : the work of Morris Davidson / [edited by] Kevin D. Murphy ; with contributions from Lucinda Rosenfeld, Margaret R. Laster and Melissa Renn.

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    • [Amherst] : University of Massachusetts Press, [2017]
    • 2017
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  • Cold brew corpse / Tara Lush.

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    • [Holland] : Dreamscape Media, 2021.
    • 2021
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  • A friendly admonition to gentlemen in the commission of the peace [electronic resource] : Or, an account of some late extraordinary proceedings of a couple of Westminster justices against a gentleman, for standing the friend of an innocent person committed to the Gate-House, on suspicion of felony; For the Benefit of the Subject, faithfully and truly stated, with large Observations thereon, on the Duty of a Justice of Peace, on Goals, and on the State of the Law, in general. With some Reflections on our present political and religious Disputes. In a humble Representation to a Noble Lord.

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    • London : printed and sold by J. Lacy within Temple-Bar, E. Jackson at St. James's, and J. Debarry in St. Martin's-Lane, over-against Douglas's Coffee-House, Booksellers, 1729.
    • 1729
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  • A friendly admonition to gentlemen in the commission of the peace [electronic resource] : Or, an account of some late extraordinary proceedings of a couple of Westminster justices against a gentleman, for standing the friend of an innocent person committed to the Gate-House, on suspicion of felony; For the Benefit of the Subject, faithfully and truly stated, with large Observations thereon, on the Duty of a Justice of Peace, on Goals, and on the State of the Law, in general. With some Reflections on our present political and religious Disputes. In a humble Representation to a Noble Lord.

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    • London : printed and sold by J. Lacy within Temple-Bar, E. Jackson at St. James's, and J. Debarry in St. Martin's-Lane, over against Douglas's Coffee-House, Booksellers, 1729.
    • 1729
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  • A catalogue of the library of the late John Grey, [electronic resource] : Esq; F.R.S. and rector of the Marischal College of Aberdeen, And of several other Libraries; Containing, A very large and curious Collection of books, In classics, antiquities, natural history, &c. And a great Many of the First English printers, and some manuscripts upon Vellum, &c. The Books are in fine Condition. Amongst other valuable Articles, are the following; Folio. State Trials, 10 vols. in Russia Dugdale's Monast, and Stevens's Continuat. - Baronage, 2 vols. - Fens - Summons to Parliament Rymer's Foedera, 20 vols. ... Hakluyt's Voyages, 3 vols. Voyages de Thevenot, 2 tom. - de Le Brun, 3 tom. gr. pap. Newcastle's Horsemanship, 2 v. large pap. Lord Bacon's Works, 3 vols. large paper Guillim's Heraldy, last edition Dictionaries, viz. Ainsworth, 2 vols. - Johnson, 2 v. - Postlethwayte, 2 v. - Miller-James 3 v. ... Suidae Lex. 3 tom. - Constantini Lex. - Hefychii Lex. 2 tom. &c. &c. Viner'as Abridgment, 24 vols. Folio. Bacon's Abridgment, 5 vols. Year Books, 10 vols. Tractat. Univer. Juris, 27 tom. Wood's Balbec and Palmyra Stuart's Athens Le Roy's Greece Crozat's Prints, 2 vols. Marmora Oxoniens. Merian's Insects, coloured Catesby's Carolina, 2 vols. coloured Venetian Statues, 2 vols. ... With many Hundreds more equally good, which will be sold, very cheap, for Ready Money, this Day 1770, and continue on Sale till all are sold, By Tho. Payne, Bookseller, Next the Mews Gate, in Castle-Street, St. Martin's. Catalogues to be had, with Prices printed. (price 6d) at Mr. Brotherton's, Bookseller, Cornhill; Child's Coffee House, St. Paul's Church Yard; Mr. Hingeston's, Bookseller, Temple Bar; Mr. Lewis, Bookseller, Russel Street, Covent Garden; Mr. Walter, Bookseller, at Charing Cross; Mr. Ridley, Bookseller, St. Jame's Street; Mr. Shropshire and Robson, Booksellers, New Bond Street; of the Booksellers at Oxford and Cambridge, and at the Place of Sale.

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  • The whole book of psalm-tunes, [electronic resource] : in four parts, and the names of the several authors who composed them. Being the Tunes as were, and are generally Sung in England, Scotland, Wales, Germany, Italy, France, and the Netherlands, &c. With the Usual Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Collected by Thomas Ravenscroft, Batchelor of Musick. Newly done in a Fair Large Character: The Whole being drawn out in Schore, the Cantus, or Upper-Part, being put in the Treble Cliff, and corrected from several gross errors in the former edition. By William Turner. To which is added, An historical account of musick in general, and of its Divine and Civil Uses; Collected from several Authors. Being proper to be Bound up either with the Old or any of the New Versions of the Psalms.

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    • London : printed by, and for William Pearson, over-against Wright's Coffee-House in Aldersgate-Street, 1728.
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  • A catalogue of a large and curious collection of books, [electronic resource] : In all Branches of Learning. Containing Several Libraries lately purchased. The Books are in fine Condition, Among which are the following, viz. State Trials, 8 vol. Rushworth's Collections, 8 vol. Gibson's Cambden, 2 vol. Campbell's Vitruvius Britan. 3 vol. Heads of illustrious Persons of Great Brit. and Ireland, large and small paper Ld Strafford's Letters, large paper, 2 vol. Tanner's Notitia Monastica Blomefield's Norfolk, 3 vol. Dugdale's Monasticon, and Stevens's Continuation, 3 vol. - Warwickshire Wood's Palmyra and Balbee Montfaucon's Antiquities, 7 vol. Mariana's Hist. of Spain, large paper Giannone's Hist. of Naples, 2 v. lar. paper Boyle, 5 vol. Locke, 3 vol. Bacon, 3 vol. Temple, 2 vol. Barlow's Aesop, with cuts, first impression Orlando Furioso, by Harrington, lar. pap. Harris's Voyages, 2 vol. Norden's Travels, 2 vol. Pocock's Travels, 2 vol. Le Brun's Travels, 2 vol. Wheler's Travels Ainsworth's Dictionary, 2 vol. Postlethwayte's Dictionary, 2 vol. Johnson's Dictionary, 2 vol. Miller's Gardener's Dict. Chambers's Dict. 2 vol. Bayle's Dict. 5 vol. The same, large pap. in Turkey leather, 5 v. James's Medicinal Dict. 3 vol. Calmet's Dict. 3 vol. Collier's Dict. 4 vol. Somner's Saxon Dictionary Davis's Welch Dict. Du Fresne Glossarii, 6 tom. Constantini Lexicon, 2 tom. Golii Lexicon Arab. Hoffmanni Lexicon, 4 tom. Diccionario Espanola, 6 tom. Dict. de Martinniere, 10 tom. Dict. de Bayle, 5 tom. Clarke's Caesar, large paper, and finely bound in Turkey, 2 vol. Herodotus Gronovii, cha. max. Louvre's Classics, 4 vol. in Turky leather Dugdale's Monasticon, 3 vol. Religious Ceremonies, 6 vol. Dr. Clarke's Works, 4 v. 1. pap. Russia leath. The same, 4 vol. small paper Tillotson's Works, in Russia leather, 3 v. Patrick, Louth, and Whitby, 6 vol. Sloane's Jamaica, 2 vol. in Russia Blackwell's Herbal, 2 vol. colour'd Which will begin to be Sold very cheap, for Ready Money only, On Monday the 6th of August, 1759, and continue till all are sold, By Thomas Payne, Bookseller, In Castle-Street, next the Upper Mews-Gate, near St. Martin's Church. Catalogues, with the Prices printed, Price 6d. to be had at the following Places, viz. Mr. Ward's, Cornhill; Child's Coffee-House, St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Owen's, Temple-Bar; Mr. Lewis, Covent Garden; Mr. Robson's, New Bond-Street; Mr. Jackson, St. James's-Street; J. Merril, at Cambridge; and at the Place of Sale. Where may be had the full Value for any Library or Parcel of Books.

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  • Leaf of Allah : khat & agricultural transformation in Harerge, Ethiopia, 1875-1991 / Ezekiel Gebissa.

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    • Oxford : James Currey ; Addis Ababa : Addis Ababa University Press ; Hargeisa : Btec ; Athens : Ohio University Press, 2004.
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  • One night two souls went walking : a novel / Ellen Cooney.

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  • Librorum ex bibliothecis Aaronis Testas, D.D. & Tho. Thorowgood armigeri, catalogus: or, a catalogue of the libraries of the Reverend and learned Dr. Aaron Testas, Minister of the French-Church in Spittle-Fields, and Tho. Thorowgood Esq [electronic resource] : consisting of a very Large and Valuable Collection of Books in most Languages, viz. Greek, Latin, Hebrew, French, Italian, and Antiquities of most Nations; but more particularly of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Fathers, Divinity, Law Civil, Canon, and Common; Architecture, Sculpture, Husbandry, Trade, Medals, Mathematicks, Voyages, &c. Classicks of the best Editions, in Usum Delphini, Paris Edition, & cum Notis Variorum. N.B. There is a complete set of the old Elzevirs, bound in morocco, small tools, in 39 volumes. Which will begin to be sold very Cheap (the Price marked in each Book) by Tho. Green, at his Shop next Door to Rochford's Coffee-House, Charing-Cross, on Monday the 14th of November 1726, at Nine in the Morning. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Strahan's, in Cornhill; Mr. Lintot's, in Fleet-Street; Mr. Osborn's, and Mr. Meighan's, in Gray's-Inn; Mr. Lewis's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Stagg's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Harding's, in St. Martin's-Lane; Mr. Jackson's, in Pall-Mall; Booksellers: And at the Place of Sale .

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  • A catalogue of the libraries of a learned gentleman, his lady, [electronic resource] : and an Eminent Practitioner of the Law, all Deceased. Consisting of very good Collection of Valuable Books in several Sciences and Languages: viz. History, Divinity, Law, Travels, Physick, Surgery, Mathematicks, Architecture, Books of Prints and Drawings, Husbandry and Trade, Poetry, Plays, Romances, Novels, Dictionaries, Lexicons and Classicks, cum. Not. var. & in usum Delph. Several large Paper, and best Binding, Gilt and Letter'd, in English, Latin, Greek, French, Italian and Spanish. With a Collection of Sermons of the best Authors, bound and stitch'd; and Manuscript Law and History. Which will begin to be sold very Cheap, (the Price being marked in each Book) at Dan. Browne's at the Black-Swan without Temple-Bar, on Tuesday the 9th of this Instant July, 1723. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Chetwood's, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mr. Greaves's, in St. James's-Street; Mr. Chapman's, in Pallmall; Mr. Stokoe's, against the Meuse-Gate, Charing-Cross; Mr. King's, in Westminster-Hall; Mr. Meighan's, under Grays-Inn Gate, Holborn; Mr. Strahan's, in Cornhill; Mr. Creake's, at the Bible in Germain-Street against St. James's Church; Booksellers: the Chapter Coffee-House in Pater-Noster-Row; and at the Place of Sale.

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  • Catalogus librorum in omni ferè arte & scientia præstantium [electronic resource] : or, a catalogue of the library Of a very Eminent Gentleman lately deceas'd; consisitng of a very large and beautiful collection of books in most arts and sciences: Such as the Antiquities of the several Counties in England; most of the Travels and Voyages which have been printed; the most noted Authors in Divinity, History, Poetry, &c. The Classics cum Notis Variorum, and by old Elziver; many of the Fathers of the Paris Editions, Greek and Latin; and near Eleven Hundred Volumes of Miscellaneous Tracts. Which will be sold cheap (the Price mark'd in each Book) at Edward Symon's shop, over against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill, on Tuesday the 25th of this instant February, at Nine of the Clock in the Morning. Catalogues may be had Gratis at Oliver's Coffee-House, at Westminster-Hall Gate; Old-Man's at Charing-Cross; the Mount in Grosvenor-Street near Grosvenor-Square; Davys's in Covent-Garden; Richard's at Temple Bar; Farnival's in Holborn; the Chapter in Pater noster Row; and at the Place of Sale.

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  • Bibliotheca Salmoneana, pars prima. Or, a catalogue of part of the library of the learned William Salmon, M.D. deceas'd [electronic resource] : Consisting of many very Valuable and Uncommon Books, in several Faculties and Languages. Chiefly, Physick, Chirurgery, Chymistry, Divinity, Philology, History, and other polite parts of Learning, most of the Classicks, Notis variorum, and other choice Editions, well Bound and very Fair, several being of the large Paper. Which will begin to be sold by auction at St. Paul's Coffee-House, next Door to Dean's Court the West End of St. Pauls, on Monday the sixteenth day of November, 1713; beginning every Evening at Five of the Clock till the Sale is finished, by Thomas Ballard, Bookseller, at the Rising Sun in Little-Britain. [W]here catalogues may be had; as also of Mr. King in Westminster-Hall, Mr. Brown at Exeter-Exchange and without Temple-Bar, Mr. Innys in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Mr. Bateman in Pater-Noster-Row, Mr. Strahan in Cornhill, Mr. Mount on Tower-Hill, Booksellers; and at the place of Sale.

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  • A catalogue of valuable manuscripts in Greek, Latin, English, French, Italian, and Spanish [electronic resource] : Many of them relating to Heraldry, History, the Antiquities and Families of England, with several Missals curiously illuminated. All which were collected at the expence of the late Lord Somers, and since belonged to the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Jekyll Knt. Master of the Rolls, lately deceased. To which are added some choice printed books out of his Library; among which are, Tractatus Tractatuum, 28 vol. Labbaei Concilia, 17 vol. Blaeu's Atlas, curiously illuminated, 12 vol. Janssonius's Atlas, 5 vol. & Theatrum Urbium, 8 vol. Cujacii Opera, 13 vol. Byzantine Historians, 31 vol. compleat. Votes, 13 vol. Gazettes, 17 vol. Baronii Annales, 12 vol. Together with a very large and curious Collection of Miscellaneous Tracts in Latin, French, Italian, English, &c. in above Seven Hundred Volumes, Folio, Quarto, and Octavo. Which will be sold by auction by Order of the Executor at Paul's Coffee-House in St. Paul's Church-Yard, on Monday, February 26, and the Four following Evenings, beginning exactly at Six O'Clock. Catalogues to be had Gratis, at Mr. Stagg's in Westminster-Hall, Mr. Whiston's in Fleetstreet, and at the Place of Sale. N. B. The Books and Mss. may be viewed the Week before the Sale.

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