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Rev. Timothy Cutler

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Library Information
Library date
1765-09-30
Location
Library size (titles)
Library size (volumes)
~1130 volumes
Sources
Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Massachusetts Gazette and Boston News-Letter, 19 September 1765, p. 3; 26 September 1765, p. 1
Newspaper advertisement for sale: Supplement to the Boston-Gazette, 23 September 1765, p. 2
Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 30 September 1765, p. 4
Library notes
Advertisement text (Massachusetts Gazette, 19 September): "To be sold by Auction, on Monday the 30th Instant at 3 o'Clock Afternoon; The Library of the Rev. Dr. John [sic] Cutler, deceas'd, at his Mansion-House at the North End of the Town, near the Church; consisting of a large and valuable Collection of Authors, both ancient and modern—Likewise sundry Articles of House-Furniture—at 3 o'Clock, P.M.
N.B. The above Sale may afford to some Gentlemen of Fortune and Generosity, that are Friends to Learning, an Opportunity to purchase some valuable Tracts for the College—not to be procured elsewhere."
Advertisement text (Supplement, 23 September): "To be Sold by AUCTION, on Monday the 30th Instant, at 3 o'Clock Afternoon, The Library of the Rev. Dr. Timothy Cutler, deceas'd, at his Mansion House at the North-End of the Town, near the Church; consisting of a large and valuable Collection of Authors, both ancient and modern—Likewise sundry Articles of House-Furniture—at 3 o'Clock, P.M.
N.B. The above Sale may afford to some Gentlemen of Fortune and Generosity, that are Friends to Learning, an Opportunity to purchase some valuable Tracts for the College——not to be procured elsewhere."
Advertisement text (Massachusetts Gazette, 26 September): "To be sold by Auction, on Monday the 30th Instant at 3 o'Clock Afternoon; THE Library of the Rev. Dr. Timothy Cutler, deceas'd, at his Mansion-House at the North End of the Town, near the Church; consisting of a large and valuable Collection of Authors, both ancient and modern—Likewise sundry Articles of House-Furniture—at 3 o'Clock, P.M.
N.B. The above Sale may afford to some Gentlemen of Fortune and Generosity, that are Friends to Learning, an Opportunity to purchase some valuable Tracts for the College—not to be procured elsewhere."
Advertisement text (Boston-Gazette, 30 September): "To be Sold by AUCTION, To-Morrow, the 30th Instant, at 3 o'Clock Afternoon, The Library of the Rev. Dr. Timothy Cutler, deceas'd, at his Mansion-House at the North-End of the Town, near the Church; consisting of a large and valuable Collection of Authors, both ancient and modern—Likewise sundry Articles of House-Furniture—at 3 o'Clock, P.M.
N.B. The above Sale may afford to some Gentlemen of Fortune and Generosity, that are Friends to Learning, an Opportunity to purchase some valuable Tracts for the College—not to be procured elsewhere."
Sibley's notes that Cutler's copy of Heereboord's Meletemata is at the BPL, and his copy of Keckermann's Logica at the AAS.
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Total book value
Total inventory value
£210
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Entity Information
Date of birth
1684-05-31
Date of death
1765-08-17
Gender
male
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