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BOYLE, Robert (1627--1691)
Of the high veneration man's intellect owes to God; peculiarly for his vvisedom and power. By a Fellow of the Royal Society.
London: printed by M.F. for Richard Davis, bookseller in Oxford, 1685.
[4], 115, [1] p. ; 16.3 cm. (8º)

A Fellow of the Royal Society = Robert Boyle. J. Fulton, Boyle, 152; Wing B4009; ESTC r10996.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on title-page Henry Chandler. Front pastedown inscribed in pencil with price 1/6. Front free-endpaper inscribed in pencil on recto Mr Stanley his Son / of the Secretary to the / Custom House -- / said to be Gone to the / East Indies in the / L.d Holland -- and [R?]eward / [No. 2?] Dyers Court / Alderman bury, and in the same hand on the verso at Harwich / in Exex / 1s/6d. Pencil inscription on recto of the rear free-endpaper 5000 [?] on Land / security near / Hatfield Middlesex, and in ink on verso Mr Humpfries St Martins / lane opposite Old Slaug[h]t[e]r / Mr Martin in King / Street Covent Garden / about 5 doors from / the Hotel - / Mr Purcell near new / street Square near / Gough Square -. Old Slaughter's Coffee House was close by the St Martin's Academy. The Grand Hotel was at 43 King Street, opened in 1772 in the former Russell establishment.

Binding C17th sheep, blind-ruled borders with vertical lines parallel to spine, blind-ruled spine, paper spine-label, ink-lettered.

Reference Number 4789


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