APA Citation

Bullord, J. (1692). Bibliotheca instructissima ex bibliothecis duroum doctrssimorum theologorum Londinen. nuper defunctorum, composita. Cui adjicitur bibliotheca manuscripta Lauderdaliana, sive catalogus librorum manuscriptorum in quo reperiuntur varii authores historiæ Anglicanæ & Scoticæ, & alii variis linguis facultatibusque insig. nondum impressi, a bibliotheca ducis Lauderdaliæ. Cujus auctio abebitur Londini apud Tom's Coffee-House prope Ludgate adjacententem, vico vulgo dicto Ludgate-Hill, die 25 Januarii 1691/2. Per Jo. Bullord, Bibl. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at Mr. Manships in Corhill, Mr. Bromes and Mr. Bennets in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Mr. Goodwins in fleet-street, Mr. Partridge at Charing-Cross, Booksellers; and at the place of sale. [London: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

Bullord, John. Bibliotheca Instructissima Ex Bibliothecis Duroum Doctrssimorum Theologorum Londinen. Nuper Defunctorum, Composita. Cui Adjicitur Bibliotheca Manuscripta Lauderdaliana, Sive Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum in Quo Reperiuntur Varii Authores Historiæ Anglicanæ & Scoticæ, & Alii Variis Linguis Facultatibusque Insig. Nondum Impressi, a Bibliotheca Ducis Lauderdaliæ. Cujus Auctio Abebitur Londini Apud Tom's Coffee-House Prope Ludgate Adjacententem, Vico Vulgo Dicto Ludgate-Hill, Die 25 Januarii 1691/2. Per Jo. Bullord, Bibl. Catalogues Are Distributed Gratis, At Mr. Manships in Corhill, Mr. Bromes and Mr. Bennets in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Mr. Goodwins in Fleet-street, Mr. Partridge At Charing-Cross, Booksellers; and At the Place of Sale. [London: s.n., 1692.

MLA Citation

Bullord, John. Bibliotheca Instructissima Ex Bibliothecis Duroum Doctrssimorum Theologorum Londinen. Nuper Defunctorum, Composita. Cui Adjicitur Bibliotheca Manuscripta Lauderdaliana, Sive Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum in Quo Reperiuntur Varii Authores Historiæ Anglicanæ & Scoticæ, & Alii Variis Linguis Facultatibusque Insig. Nondum Impressi, a Bibliotheca Ducis Lauderdaliæ. Cujus Auctio Abebitur Londini Apud Tom's Coffee-House Prope Ludgate Adjacententem, Vico Vulgo Dicto Ludgate-Hill, Die 25 Januarii 1691/2. Per Jo. Bullord, Bibl. Catalogues Are Distributed Gratis, At Mr. Manships in Corhill, Mr. Bromes and Mr. Bennets in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Mr. Goodwins in Fleet-street, Mr. Partridge At Charing-Cross, Booksellers; and At the Place of Sale. [London: s.n., 1692.

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