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William STRAKER begs most respectfully to return his sincere thanks to the Clergy in particular, and the Public in general, for their patronage and support since the Dissolution of his Partnership with the late Firm of HOWELL and Co. and the discontinuance of the business at No. 295, Holborn.
In submitting his first Catalogue to their notice, he takes the opportunity of assuring them that no exertions shall be wanting to keep his stock as complete as possible, in every department of English and Foreign Theology, Biblical Literature, &c.; and he trusts, by unremitting personal attention to the execution of any orders he may be favoured with, to give entire satisfaction, and ensure a continuance of that patronage and support so liberally bestowed upon his predecessors, Messrs. OGLE, DUNCAN, and Co. whose service he entered in the year 1810, and with whom he continued till the formation of his Partnership with HOWELL and Co.
Public Libraries supplied on the most favourable terms, and Foreign Orders attended to with the utmost care and despatch.
LIBRARIES arranged, valued, or catalogued, in town country; and the utmost price given, either in money or exchange, for large or small Collections of Books.
61, Holborn, 1831.
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS
IN THEOLOGY, BIBLICAL LITERATURE,
i BIBLE (Parker’s); or, the “ Bishop's Bible.” Third
folio edition, Old Testament only ; black letter, interleaved with MS. Notes in a very old hand, 2 vols. folio, wants title, 11. 10s.
Lond. 1574 2 with the Genealogies and the Line of our Saviour,
observed from Adam to the Blessed Virgin Mary, by J. S., wood-cuts, folio, ruled with red lines, old blue morocco, 11. ls.
Barker, 1612 3
with Marginal References, small 8vo, front. blue morocco, embossed binding, scarce, ll. ls.
Lond. Bill and Barker, 1671 4 — Old Testament only, 24mo, very neat, in fish-skin, clasps and corners, 9s.
Bill and Newcomb, 1684 5 with Apocrypha and References, small 4to, calf, 12s.
Oxford, 1712 6 with Apocrypha and Marginal References, thick paper,
royal 4to, very neat, 11. 11s. 6d. Oxford, Baskett, 1747 7 with Apocrypha, fine copy, royal folio, half-bd. morocco, uncut, 61. 6s.
Camb. Baskerville, 1763 8 with Dr. Blayney's Marginal References, 4to, calf, very neat, 41. 4s.
Oxford, by T. Wright and W. Gill, 1769 For its accuracy, usually called the “ Standard Edition.” 9 with Marginal References, large paper, 2 vols. superroyal 4to, very neat, 21. 2s.
Clarendon Press, 1794 10 4to, calf neat, 31. 3s.; russia, marble leaves, 31. 10s.
Lond. Eyre and Strahan, 1813 11 Apocrypha and References, 4to, russia, 21. 2s.