James Robson (1733-1806)

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Pays : Grande-Bretagne
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : 1733
Mort : 25-08-1806
Activité commerciale : Imprimeur libraire
Note :
Libraire ; libraire de Son Altesse Royale la princesse douairière du pays de Galles. - Originaire du Cumberland, il est apprenti d'abord chez Robert Wilson, puis chez John Brindley, un parent, à qui il succède en 1759. Se retire peu à peu des affaires après la mort de son fils aîné James Robson en 1785. En 1788, achète avec le libraire James Edward la bibliothèque de Maffei Pinelli, de Venise, et la vend aux enchères l'année suivante. Édite les papiers de James Edward avec sa biographie. Édite les catalogues de son fonds de 1765 à 1793. - Associé à William Clarke de 1787 à 1790 au moins
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 6651 7994

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A catalogue of books, comprehending many libraries, particularly that of Robert Butler, esq. and a general officer, lately deceased ; also the valuable articles at the Pinelli sale, intended for abroad... Which are now selling (1791) at the prices affixed, for ready money only, by James Robson, bookseller, in New Bond-street...
A catalogue, 1775, of five entire, curious, and valuable libraries ; including all the books of natural history contained in a distinguished museum... which will begin to be sold this day, 1787. (The prices printed in the catalogue) for ready money only. By J. Robson and W. Clarke, booksellers, in New Bond-street...
Doutes sur la liberté de l'Escaut, réclamée par l'Empereur ; sur les causes & sur les conséquences probables de cette réclamation. Par le comte de Mirabeau
Miscellaneous remarks on "The enquiry into the evidence against Mary Queen of Scots."
A catalogue of a very valuable and numerous collection of books, in all languages and sciences, many capital books of prints and natural history, and a general assortment of the greek and roman classics... Which will begin to be sold this day, 1783... By James Robson, bookseller in New Bond-street...
A catalogue of various valuable libraries, just purchased ; particularly that of T. P. Young, D. D. prebendary of Westminster, lately deceased... this day, 1779... By James Robson, bookseller in New Bond street
J. Robson's catalogue, 1775, of a valuable collection of books, in all languages and sciences, many capital books of prints, and in natural history... which will begin to be sold this day, 1775, and continue on sale till all are sold, by James Robson, bookseller, in New Bond-street...
The present state of music in Germany, the Netherland and United Provinces
The present state of music in France and Italy
A catalogue of a very large and capital collection of books, in all languages and sciences, many valuable books of prints, drawings, missals, and painting in water colour... included the libraries of the rev. Dr Walwyn, prebendary of Canterbury ; the rev. Mr Itchener, of Great Baddow, Essex ; the rev. Mr Arnald... and... W. Mackworth Praed, esq; all lately deceased... which will begin to be sold very reasonable for ready money, the prices printed in the catalogue, on this day, 1772, and continue on sale till all are sold, by James Robson, bookseller to the princess dowager of Wales, in New-Bond-street...
A catalogue of many thousand volumes of books in all languages and sciences, containing the valuable library of the reverend doctor Bland, prebendary of Durham, and several other curious collections... which will begin to be sold... this day, [ ] 1769, for ready money, the lowest prices printed in the catalogue, and continue on sale till Midsummer, by James Robson, bookseller to the princess dowager of Wales, in New-Bond-street...
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A catalogue of books, comprehending many libraries, particularly that of Robert Butler, esq. and a general officer, lately deceased ; also the valuable articles at the Pinelli sale, intended for abroad... Which are now selling (1791) at the prices affixed, for ready money only, by James Robson, bookseller, in New Bond-street...
A catalogue, 1775, of five entire, curious, and valuable libraries ; including all the books of natural history contained in a distinguished museum... which will begin to be sold this day, 1787. (The prices printed in the catalogue) for ready money only. By J. Robson and W. Clarke, booksellers, in New Bond-street...
A catalogue of a very valuable and numerous collection of books, in all languages and sciences, many capital books of prints and natural history, and a general assortment of the greek and roman classics... Which will begin to be sold this day, 1783... By James Robson, bookseller in New Bond-street...
A catalogue of various valuable libraries, just purchased ; particularly that of T. P. Young, D. D. prebendary of Westminster, lately deceased... this day, 1779... By James Robson, bookseller in New Bond street
J. Robson's catalogue, 1775, of a valuable collection of books, in all languages and sciences, many capital books of prints, and in natural history... which will begin to be sold this day, 1775, and continue on sale till all are sold, by James Robson, bookseller, in New Bond-street...
A catalogue of a very large and capital collection of books, in all languages and sciences, many valuable books of prints, drawings, missals, and painting in water colour... included the libraries of the rev. Dr Walwyn, prebendary of Canterbury ; the rev. Mr Itchener, of Great Baddow, Essex ; the rev. Mr Arnald... and... W. Mackworth Praed, esq; all lately deceased... which will begin to be sold very reasonable for ready money, the prices printed in the catalogue, on this day, 1772, and continue on sale till all are sold, by James Robson, bookseller to the princess dowager of Wales, in New-Bond-street...
A catalogue of many thousand volumes of books in all languages and sciences, containing the valuable library of the reverend doctor Bland, prebendary of Durham, and several other curious collections... which will begin to be sold... this day, [ ] 1769, for ready money, the lowest prices printed in the catalogue, and continue on sale till Midsummer, by James Robson, bookseller to the princess dowager of Wales, in New-Bond-street...

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