A catalogue of the libraries of the Reverend and learned Thomas Brathwaite D. D. Late Warden of Winchester-College, and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford. And His Late Nephew, Tho. Brathwaite, Surgeon and Anatomist. Consisting of a Very Large Collection of books and manuscripts, In Theology, Architecture, History, Anatomy, &c. in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, Spanish, Italian, High and Low Dutch, English, &c. and several scarce State Tracts. With a great Number of very curious Drawings, Prints, Views, Prospects, Plans of Cities, Palaces, Gardens, Vistas, Fountains, Cascades, Castles, Colleges, Halls, Obelisks, Pyramids, Mausoleums, Sepulchres, Tombs, Monuments, &c. with Anatomical Preparations and Curiosities, not commonly to be met with, among which are a Hymen, compleat, taken from one Executed at Tyhurn, Aged 22 Years, and a Foetus in Utero, with all the Parts of Generation compleat, of Seven Months Growth; also a Sea Surgeon's Chest, Medicines, and other Furniture, Instruments of Surgery, Midwifry, Anatomy, and several Bandages; Which will be Sold by auction, At John's Coffee-House, in Cursitor's-Alley, beginning on Monday the 21st Day of June 1731, and the following Days, till all are sold. By T. Payne, Bookseller, at the Crown in Pater-Noster-Row. For the Benefit of the Widow and Infant Son of the said Thomas Brathwaite late Surgeon. They may be view'd on Tuesday the 15th of June, and every Day after, till the Time of sale, which will begin at Five of the Clock in the Afternoon each Day

Main Author: Payne, Thomas
Format: eBook
Published: [London] s.n 1731, [1731]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T59527. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Sale conditions signed: T. Payne
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],117,[1]p) 8°