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Context of A catalogue of part of the library of Draper Donynge, Esq. deceas'd. : Consisting of many very valuable and uncommon books, in Greek, Latin, French, and English, of divinity, history, (law especially) several of the classicks in usum Delphini, printed at Paris, old Elzevirs, and other choice editions, well bound, and very fair: will begin to be sold at very reasonable rates (the price being put in each book) at the Rose-Tavern without Temple-bar, on Thursday next, the 17th of January, 1711/12, at nine in the morning. The sale to continue two days and no longer. Catalogues are to be had of Mr. Stokoe, against the Mews-gate; Mr. Varenne, at the Seneca's Head in the Strand; Mr. Brown, without Temple-bar; Mr. Clements, in St. Paul's Church-yard, Mr. Strahan in Cornhill, booksellers; and at the place of sale. NB. Written catalogues of the remaining part are to be seen at the place of sale
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