The Term catalogues, 1668-1709 A. D.: with a number for Easter term, 1711 A. D. A contemporary bibliography of English literature in the reigns of Charles II, James II, William and Mary, and Anne. Edited from the very rare quarterly lists of new books and reprints of divinity, history, science, law, medicine, music, trade, finance, poetry, plays, etc.; with maps, engravings, playing cards, etc.; issued by the booksellers, etc. of London; by Professor Edward Arber ... In three volumes ... Privately printed.
- London, 1903-06.
- Physical Description:
- 3 v. 29 cm.
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- A reprint of the Term catalogues which include: 1st series, 1668-1670, with title: Mercurius librarius, or, A catalogue of books printed and published ... 2d-6th series, 1670-1711, with title: A catalogue of books continued, printed and published at London ...
"Of this volume two thousand one hundred copies have been printed ... large paper edition ... one hundred copies, numbered A.1 to A.100 ... Small paper edition ... two thousand copies, numbered B.1 to B.2,000."
- Subject Terms:
- Catalogs, Booksellers' -- Great Britain.English literature -- 18th century -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Bibliography.Printing -- Great Britain -- History.
- v.1. 1668-1682.- v.2. 1683-1696.- v.3. 1697-1709; and Easter term,1711. Text and index.