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CONDITIONS OF SALE.
1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer; and if any Dispute
arises between two or more Bidders, the Lot so disputed
shall be immediately put up again and re-sold. IÍ. No Person to advance less than 6d. ; above Ten Shillings,
Is.; above Five Pounds, 2s. 6d.; and so in Proportion. III. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode,
and to pay down 5s. in the Pound, in Part of Payment of the Purchase-money; in. Default of which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and re-sold.
IV. The Lots to be taken away, at the Buyer's Expense, within
three Days after the Conclusion of the Sale, and the Remainder of the Purchase-money to be absolutely paid on
or before Delivery. V. The Books are presumed to be perfect, unless otherwise ex
pressed; but if upon collating, AT THE PLACE OF SALE, any should prove defective, the Purchasers will be at
Liberty to take or reject them. VI. Upon Failure of complying with the above conditions, the
Money deposited in Part of Payment shall be forfeited: all Lots uncleared within the Time aforesaid shall be resold by public or private Sale, and the Deficiency (if any) on such Re-sale shall be made good by the Defaulters at this Sale.
K Gentlemen who cannot attend the Sale may have their Commissions faithfully executed by their humble Servant,
S. SOTHEBY, Wellington Street, Strand.
N.B.-No BOOKS WILL BE DELIVERED DURING THE TIME OF SALE without being first paid for ; and it is requested that Gentlemen will clear their Books and setlle their Accounts at the Conclusion of the Sale.
DAYS OF SALE.
Monday SECOND DAY
Tuesday THIRD DAY
Wednesday FOURTH DAY
Thursday FIFTH DAY
Friday Sixth Day .
Saturday SEVENTH Day . Monday EIGHTH DAY
Tuesday NINTH DAY
Wednesday TENTH DAY
Thursday ELEVENTH Day Friday : TWELFTH DAY
Saturday THIRTEENTH DAY Monday FOURTEENTH DAY Tuesday FIFTEENTH DAY Wednesday SIXTEENTH DAY Thursday SEVENTEENTH DAY
Friday EIGHTEENTH Day Saturday NINETEENTH DAY Monday TWENTIETH DAY . Tuesday TWENTY-FIRST DAY. Wednesday TWENTY-SECOND Day Thursday .
8th 9th 10th lith 12th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 21st 22d 23d 24th 25th 26th 28th 29th 30th 31st
2 12 23 31 39 48 56 64 73 81 90 97 106 114 123 131 141 150 159 168 177 188
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF YORK,
FIRST DAY'S SALE.
OCTAVO ET INFRA.
, , 2 Abulfeda Voyage dans la Palestine, par la Roque Amst. 1718 3 Academie Universelle des Jeux, figures, 2 tom.
Lyon, 1810 4 Acajou et Zirphile, Conte
Minutie, 1744 5 Acceptance (The), 3 vol.
1810 6 Accepted Addresses, Macbeth Travestie, &c.
1813 7 Accomplished Rake, or the Modern Fine Gentleman 8 Account of the Abipones, an Equestrian People of Paraguay, 3 vol.
1822 9 Accum's Art of Making Bread
1821 10 Another copy
1821 11 Achilles Tatius's Loves of Clitophon and Leucippe, translated from the Greek by A. H.
Oxford, 1638 12 Ackland's (T. G.) Sermon on the Death of His Majesty King
George the Third, LARGE PAPER, bound in velvet 1820 13 Actes concernant les Negociations entre la France et Amerique, 3 tom.
Lond. 1807 14 Acton's (E. de) The Discarded Daughter, 3 vol.
1810 15 Ada Reis, 3 vol.
1823 16 Adams's (J.) View of Universal History, 3 vol.
1795 17 Letters on Silesia
1804 View of Vaccine Inoculation (dedication copy) 18
1807 19 on the Laws of Epidemics
1809 20 (A.) Roman Antiquities
1801, 21 Sir W.) Treatise on Artificial Pupil, morocco, gilt leaves (presentation copy)
1819 22 Address to a Young Lady, 2 vol. in 1
on her Entrance into the World, 2 vol.
1812 24 Adele Dorsay, 3 tom.
Paris, 1816 25 Adelung's Philological Essay, by Willich
26 Addington. Brief Memoirs of the Right Hon. Henry Addington's Administration
1802 27 Addison's Anecdotes, Memoirs, Essays, and Poetical Fragments, 4 vol.
1796 28 Adelaide de Grammont, a Romance
1804 29 Adlerfeld (G.) Histoire Militaire de Charles XII, figures, 4 tom.
1740 30 Adolphus's (J.) Biographical Memoirs of the French Revolution, 2 vol.
1799 31 History of England, 3 vol.
1802 32 History of France, from 1790 to 1802, 2 vol. 1803
, 2 33 Adventures of a Hackney Coach, 2 vol. 1781-Adventures of
Henry Fitzherbert, 1794-Adventures of Donald Camp
bell, 1796 ; 3 vol. 34 Adventures of Hajji Baba, 3 vol.
1824 35 Adventures of a French Serjeant, 1826–Adventures of a Young
dventures Rifleman, 1826 ; 2 vol. 36 Age (The), a Poem, in Ten Books, red morocco, gilt leaves 1810 37 Agg's (J.) Royal Sufferer, 3 vol. 1810; Secret Memoirs of an
Illustrious Princess, 3 vol. 1813; 6 vol. 38 Agnola Histoire Indienne, 2 tom. gilt leaves Lond. 1781 39 Agriculture. Examen des Principes les plus Favorables aux Progrès de Agriculture, 2 tom.
Par. 1815 40 Aikin's (J.) Essays of Song Writing ' Warrington, 1774 41 Vocal Poetry
1810 42 (A.) Tour through North Wales
(L.) Memoirs of the Court of Elizabeth, 2 vol. 1818 44
Memoirs of the Court of K. James 1, 2 vol. 1822 45
1822 46 Aimwell's Good Nature, 3 vol.
1822 47 Albany, 2 vol. 1819—Albertina, a Novel, 2 vol. 1789; 4 vol. 48 Alcoran (L') des Cordeliers, figures par Picart, 2 tom.
Amst. 1734 49 Alemans (M.) Life of Guzman d'Alfarache, 2 vol.
1708 50 Alexina, ou la Vielle Tour du Chateau de Holdheim, 4 tom.
Par. 1813 51 Alfieri. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Victor Alberi, 2 vol.
1810 52 Algarotti (Comte) Euvres de, 7 tom,
Berlin, 1772 53 Alidia and Cloridan, 2 vol.
1811 54 All the Talents, a Poem
1807 55 Allix (J. A.) Theorie de l'Univers
Par. 1818 56
ib. 1818 57 Almanacks, from 1794 to 1826, 50 vol. red morocco, gilt leaves 58 Almeria Belmore
1789 59 Almon's (J.) Biographical Anecdotes of the most eminent Persons of the present Age, 3 vol.
1797 60 Almon's (J.) Life and Correspondence of the late John Wilkes, 5 vol.
1805 Another copy