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25. J A Henckels Cutlery : Catalogue

26. J. A. Hobson

43. J B Hunter & Co : Catalogue

44. J. B. Jongkind

47. J. B. Priestley

59. J. Bell's priced catalogue for 1782 : A catalogue of books in various languages, arts and sciences; containing rare and valuable books in most branches of literature. Chiefly in fine condition, many of them new, and well bound. Which will begin to be sold at the prices marked in the catalogue (for ready money only) December 1781; By John Bell, Parliament-Square, who gives the full value for any library or parcel of books. Catalogues will be delivered gratis at the shop of J. Bell to gentlemen who are pleased to call for them, or when a line is sent

66. J. Bosch : literatuur en folklore

67. J. Bracken Lee

68. J. Brandts Verantwoording van de Historie der reformatie van wylen zyn' vader G. Brandt : tegens de beschuldigingen van Jacobus Leidekker, predikant te Middelburg : Waar achter, om de gelykheit der stoffe, gevoegt is, G. Brandts Verantwoording tegen D. H. Rulaeus, predikant te Amsterdam : Neffens eenige brieven en gedichten, ter gelegentheit der uitgevinge dezer historie gewisselt tusschen den Heer Arnold Moonen

73. J. Case, who succeeds in the room of Mr. Tho. Saffeld lately deceased, and who is an approved and licensed physician and student in astrology, now lives at the Black Ball and Lilly's Head, next door to the Feather-shops, that are within Black-Friers Gate-way, which is over against Ludgate Church, just by Ludgate in London, who resolves these questions followwing, viz. Whether any ones life may be happy or unhappy

79. J. Cleaveland revived poems, orations, epistles, and other of his genuine incomparable pieces : with some other exquisite remains of the most eminent wits of both the universities that were his contemporaries

81. J. Cleaveland revived poems, orations, epistles, and other of his genuine incomparable pieces. With some other exquisite remains of the most eminent wits of both the universities that were his contemporaries. This second edition, besides many other never before publisht additions, is enriched with the authors Midsummer-moon, or Lunacy-rampant; being an university character, a short survey of some of the late fellows of the colledges. Now at last publisht from his original copies, by some of his intrusted friends

82. J. Cleaveland revived Poems, orations, epistles, and other of his incomparable pieccs [sic] : with some other exquisite remains of most eminent wits of both the universities that were his contemporaries : this fourth edition, besides many other never before publisht additions, is enriched with the authors Midsummer-Moon, or Lunacy-Rampant : being an university charter, a short survey of some of the late fellows of the colledges : now at last publisht from his original copies by some of his interested friends ...

85. J. Cuthell's catalogue for 1796 : A catalogue of books, consisting chiefly of libraries and parcels recently purchased; also, a selection of the best modern publications; forming in the whole, an extensive collection in the various branches of ancient and modern literature: amongst which are, a great variety of useful and scarce articles; and are now on sale (March 1796) for ready money only, at the low prices, printed in the catalogue, By John Cuthell, at his Shops, No. 4 and 5, Middle-Row, Holborn, London