Title: A Catalogue of several libraries and collections of books, lately purchased By Christopher Etherington, Bookseller and Printer in York, Including those of a Late Eminent Physician, two divines, and a Counsellor at Law; and comprehending A great Variety of valuable Articles in every Class of Literature. The books are generally in good Condition, and many in elegant Bindings. The lowest ready Money Prices are marked in the Catalogue, and they will continue on Sale, at those Prices, from the Seventh of March, 1774, for Four Weeks, and no longer. For a Specimen of the Catalogue, vide the opposite Page. Catalogues may be had, Price Sixpence, which will be allowed in any Purchase, from the Proprietor, at his Shop opposite All Saints Church, in the Pavement, York; J. Bell, No. 132, Strand, London; of the Booksellers in most of the principal Cities and Market-Towns in Great-Britain, and of all the Distributors of the York Chronicle.