Bibliotheca Scarburghiana; or, A catalogue of the incomparable library of Sir Charles Scarburgh, Knt, M.D.
containing (almost) a complete collection of Greek books in all faculties; with a large collection of mathematicks and physicks, all of the best editions, and curiously bound. Which will be sold by retail, on Friday the eighth day of Febuary 1694/5. (according to the method of the following page). By Christopher Bateman, at the Bible and Crown in Middle-Row, in Holborn.
|Main Creator:||Scarburgh, Charles, Sir, 1616-1694|
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[London] : Catalogues are sold for 1 s. apiece, by Jos. Hindmarsh over-against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. James Partridge at the Post-Office near Charing-Cross; and at the place of sale. By Mrs. Dickenson at Cambridge, and Henry Clements at Oxford, Booksellers, 
Physical description: , 115,  p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), S820
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