Book Auction Records, Volume 16

Frank Karslake
Wm. Dawson, 1919
A priced and annotated annual record of London, New York and Edinburgh book-auctions.

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Page 241 - And the men have as wives those who please them, be they mothers, sisters, or friends, therein make they no distinction. They also fight with each other. They also eat each other, even those who are slain, and hang the flesh of them in the smoke. They become a hundred and fifty years of age. And have no government.
Page 364 - [Shipley (Jonathan)] A Speech intended to have been spoken on the Bill for altering the Charters of the Colony of Massachusett's Bay,
Page 123 - Elizabeth (Queen) Declaration of the causes mooving the Queene of England to give aide to the defence of the People afflicted and oppressed in the lowe Countries, old
Page 240 - Copy of a Representation of the Board of Trade to the House of Lords , relating to the laws made, Manufactures set up, and trade carried on in His Majesty's Plantations in America,
Page 103 - Historie of the two valiant Knights, Sir Clyomon Knight of the Golden Sheeld, sonne to the King of Denmarke, and Clamydes the white Knight, sonne to the King of Suauia,
Page xxvi - to Swear, tell lies, and Disobey their Parents ; How this pretty innocent Child, resisting Satan, was comforted by an Angel from Heaven, who warned her of her approaching Death ; together with her dying Speeches desiring young Children not to forsake God, lest Satan should gain a Power over them.
Page 172 - Massachusetts. General Court. The Humble Petition and Address Of the General Court sitting at Boston in New-England, unto The High and Mighty Prince Charles the Second. And presented
Page 271 - ¿4 Considerations on the Measures Carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in North America, half calf
Page 269 - Clinton (Sir Henry) Narrative relative to his Conduct during Part of his Command of the King's Troops in N. America,
Page 305 - The determinations of the moste famous and mooste excellent vniuersities of Italy and Fraunce, that it is so vnlafull for a man to marrie his brothers wyfe that the pope hath no power to dispence therwith,

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