The first volume, for the year 1757, of a catalogue of the libraries of many eminent persons, lately deceas'd. Which will continue selling to 1st Jan. 1758, at T. Osborne's and J. Shipton's

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Page 145 - Auncient order, societie and unitie laudable of Prince Arthure and his knightly armory of the round table, with a threefold assertion frendly in favour and furtherance of English archery at this day, 1583, 4to.
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