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Paris de Meyzieu, J. Baptiste., Edwards, J., Paris d'Illens., P., Edwards, J. (1791). Bibliotheca Parisiana: A catalogue of a collection of books, formed by a gentleman in France ... To these are added, from another grand collection, selected articles of high value ... They will be sold by auction, in London on Monday th 26th of March, 1791, and the five days following ... Catalogues to be had to Mr. Edwards ... London; or Mr. Laurent ... Paris; and of the principal booksellers throughout Europe. [London: From the press of J. Cooper.

MLA Citation

Edwards, J, et al.. Bibliotheca Parisiana: A Catalogue of a Collection of Books, Formed by a Gentleman In France ... To These Are Added, From Another Grand Collection, Selected Articles of High Value ... They Will Be Sold by Auction, In London On Monday Th 26th of March, 1791, And the Five Days Following ... Catalogues to Be Had to Mr. Edwards ... London; Or Mr. Laurent ... Paris; And of the Principal Booksellers Throughout Europe. [London: From the press of J. Cooper, 1791.

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