APA Citation

(1790). Wilson and Spence's catalogue for 1790: A catalogue of books, ... consisting of several valuable libraries and large parcels ... forming a collection of above thirty thousand volumes; which are now selling extremely cheap (for ready money), at the prices printed in the catalogue, by Wilson and Spence, booksellers, stationers, and printers, in High-Ousegate, York. York: printed by Wilson, Spence, and Mawman.

Chicago Style Citation

Wilson and Spence's Catalogue for 1790: A Catalogue of Books, ... Consisting of Several Valuable Libraries and Large Parcels ... Forming a Collection of Above Thirty Thousand Volumes; Which Are Now Selling Extremely Cheap (for Ready Money), At the Prices Printed in the Catalogue, By Wilson and Spence, Booksellers, Stationers, and Printers, in High-Ousegate, York. York: printed by Wilson, Spence, and Mawman, 1790.

MLA Citation

Wilson and Spence's Catalogue for 1790: A Catalogue of Books, ... Consisting of Several Valuable Libraries and Large Parcels ... Forming a Collection of Above Thirty Thousand Volumes; Which Are Now Selling Extremely Cheap (for Ready Money), At the Prices Printed in the Catalogue, By Wilson and Spence, Booksellers, Stationers, and Printers, in High-Ousegate, York. York: printed by Wilson, Spence, and Mawman, 1790.

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