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THE VERY SELECT AND VALUABLE
WILLIAM ROSCOE, ESQ.
WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY MR. WINSTANLEY,
HIS ROOMS IN MARBLE STREET,
On MONDAY the 19th of AUGUST,
And Thirteen following Days (Sundays excepted).
The Sale to begin
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK PRECISELY.
The Books may be viewed on Thursday the 15th, Friday the 16th, and Saturday the 17th; and Catalogues may be had of Messrs. Cadell and Davies, Strand; Messrs. Payne and Foss, Pall Mall; Messrs. J. and A. Arch, Cornhill; Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-row; Mr. Triphook, 23, Old Bond Street; Mr. Evaus, Pall Mall; and Mr. Cochrane, No. 1, Catherine Street, London; Mr. John Ballantyne, Edinburgh; Messrs. Mundell and Doigg, Glasgow; Mr. Drewry, Derby; Mr. Morgan, Litchfield; Messrs. Knott and Lloyd, Birmingham; Messrs. Nortons, Bristol; Mr. Parker, Oxford; Mr. Deighton, Cambridge; Mr. Broster, Chester; Mr. Walton, Printer, Shrewsbury; Mr. Todd, and Mr. Wilson, York; Mr. Rodford, Hull; Mr. Edwards, Halifax; Mr. Wm. Ford, Manchester; at the place of sale, and of Mr. Winstanley, Church Street, Liverpool; price three shillings each.
To prevent improper intrusion, no person will be admitted to the View or Sale without a
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
I. THE highest bidder to be the buyer, and if any dispute arise, the lot to be put up again.
II. No person to advance less than sixpence; above one pound, one shilling; above five pounds, two shillings and sixpence; and so on in proportion.
III. The buyer to give in his name and place of abode, and to pay five shillings in the pound as earnest for each lot, if required.
IV. The lots to be taken away at the expense and risk of the purchaser, within three days after the sale, and the remainder of the purchase-money to be paid on or before delivery.
V. The books are presumed to be perfect, unless stated to be otherwise in the Catalogue, or at the time of Sale; but
if upon collating, at the Place oF SALE, any should be found imperfect, the purchasers will be at liberty to take or reject them.
VI. The auction duty to be paid by the purchaser.
VII. Upon failure of complying with the above conditions, the deposit-money to be forfeited, and the lots which remain uncleared, resold by public or private sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale, shall be made good by the defaulters at the present sale.
MR. WINSTANLEY will faithfully execute the Commissions of such Gentlemen as cannot attend the sale; and respectfully requests that they will be particular as to their limits. Such Commissions as may be discretionary, or unlimited, will be attended to, in the order in which they are received.
Languages, Grammars, Dictionaries, &c.
SECOND DAY...TUESDAY, August 20th.
Criticism, Literary Journals, &c.....
THIRD DAY.....WEDNESDAY, August 21st,
History and Chronology.
FOURTH DAY...THURSDAY, August 22d.
Italian History continued
History of various Nations.
.FRIDAY, August 23d.
Theology and Controversial Divinity..
SIXTH DAY. .SATURDAY, August 24th.
Philosophy, Metaphysics, &c.