William Otridge (17..-1812)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 17..
Death : 09-11-1812
Commercial activities : Imprimeur libraire
Note :
Libraire-relieur. - À partir de 1794, associé à son fils sous la dénomination "William Otridge and son"
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 4845 8767

Activities of William Otridge (17..-1812) (4 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (4)

A new catalogue of books (Midsummer, 1788, to Christmas) containing fifty thousand volumes, including several libraries, and other large parcels, lately purchased, forming together an excellent and large assortment of authors, second hand and new ; some of which are rare and in admirable preservation, and bound in a style truly elegant, marked very cheap. Orders from this catalogue will be esteemed a favour by the publisher, William Otridge, bookseller, n° 134, Strand... with William Otridge (17..-1812) as Bookseller
A new catalogue of books (Midsummer, 1788, to Christmas) containing fifty thousand volumes, including several libraries, and other large parcels, lately purchased, forming together an excellent and large assortment of authors, second hand and new ; some of which are rare and in admirable preservation, and bound in a style truly elegant, marked very cheap. Orders from this catalogue will be esteemed a favour by the publisher, William Otridge, bookseller, n° 134, Strand... with William Otridge (17..-1812) as Redaktor
A catalogue of above fifteen thousand volumes in which are included the libraries of John Parsons, of Merton-college, Oxford, and of the rev. Mr. Gray, of Southwicke, in Sussex, with several other large parcels of law, mathematicks, divinity, and english history, of gentlemen, deceased... Which will be sold very cheap (for ready money only) the lowest prices in the catalogue, on thursday the 24th of August, 1769, and continue daily on sale, by William Otridge, bookseller ; opposite the north-side of the new church in the Strand... with William Otridge (17..-1812) as Bookseller
A catalogue of above fifteen thousand volumes in which are included the libraries of John Parsons, of Merton-college, Oxford, and of the rev. Mr. Gray, of Southwicke, in Sussex, with several other large parcels of law, mathematicks, divinity, and english history, of gentlemen, deceased... Which will be sold very cheap (for ready money only) the lowest prices in the catalogue, on thursday the 24th of August, 1769, and continue daily on sale, by William Otridge, bookseller ; opposite the north-side of the new church in the Strand... with William Otridge (17..-1812) as Redaktor

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