Charles Marsh (libraire, 17..-1782)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 17..
Death : 08-06-1782
Commercial activities : Imprimeur libraire
Note :
En activité vers 1730. Succède à G. Greg (ou Grig). Se retire vers 1771, son affaire étant reprise par Samuel Leacroft. Auteur d'une tragédie intitulée "Amasis" (1738) et d'un poème, "The Library" (1766)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1440 4274

Activities of Charles Marsh (libraire, 17..-1782) (8)

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Cymbeline, king of Britain
Amasis king of Egypt, a tragedy, together with some additional poems...
The Winter's Tale. - [1]

Imprimeur-libraire (3)

A catalogue of a large and curious collection of books, in greek, latin, italian, french, and english ; consisting of history, divinity, physic, mathematics, &c. several curious books of prints and architecture, many of the best editions of the classics. The whole containing near twenty thousand volumes ; among which is included the library of the late right honourable the countess dowager of Burlington, deceased. Which will begin to be sold cheap (the price printed in the catalogue) on monday July 22, 1751, and continue daily till all are sold, by Charles Marsh, bookseller, at Cicero's Head, in Round-Court, in the Strand.
A catalogue of a large and valuable collection of books, consisting of several libraries lately purchased ; containing upwards of ten thousand volumes in all parts of polite literature in the greek, latin, french, italian, and english languages... Which will begin to be sold cheap (the price printed in the catalogue) on monday, January 15th, 1749-50, and continue daily, by Charles Marsh, at Cicero's head, in Round-Court in the Strand.
A general history of the Ottoman empire

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A catalogue of a large and curious collection of books, in greek, latin, italian, french, and english ; consisting of history, divinity, physic, mathematics, &c. several curious books of prints and architecture, many of the best editions of the classics. The whole containing near twenty thousand volumes ; among which is included the library of the late right honourable the countess dowager of Burlington, deceased. Which will begin to be sold cheap (the price printed in the catalogue) on monday July 22, 1751, and continue daily till all are sold, by Charles Marsh, bookseller, at Cicero's Head, in Round-Court, in the Strand.
A catalogue of a large and valuable collection of books, consisting of several libraries lately purchased ; containing upwards of ten thousand volumes in all parts of polite literature in the greek, latin, french, italian, and english languages... Which will begin to be sold cheap (the price printed in the catalogue) on monday, January 15th, 1749-50, and continue daily, by Charles Marsh, at Cicero's head, in Round-Court in the Strand.

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