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Type: Real
Size: Small (51 - 100)

Rev. Nathaniel Williams

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Library date
1738-01-10
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Sources
Newspaper notice: New England Weekly Journal, 7 March 1738, p. 2
Newspaper advertisement for sale: New England Weekly Journal, 18 and 25 April 1738, p. 2
Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston Gazette, 24 April 1738, p. 3; 1 May 1738, p. 4
Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston Weekly News-Letter, 4 May 1738, p. 2
Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston Gazette, 8 May 1738, p. 3
Library notes
Notice text: "IF any Person has any Books belonging to the Library of the late Rev. Mr. Nathanael Williams, it is desirest that they would return them."
Advertisement text (18 and 25 April): "THE Library of the Rev. Mr. Nathanael Williams, consisting of Divinity, Physic, and many valuable Classical and Academical Books, will be disposed of by a mark'd Sale, the lowest Price being marked in the first Leaf in each Book, the Sale will Open on Thursday the fourth day of May next, at his House in Queenstreet, Boston, and continue de die in diem, till the Sale is finished"
Advertisement text (24 April and 1 May): "THE Library of the Rev. Mr. Nathanael Williams, consisting of Divinity, Physic, and many valuable Classical and Academical Books, will be disposed of by a mark'd Sale, the lowest Price being marked in the first Leaf in each Book, the Sale will Open on Thursday the fourth day of May next, at his House in Queenstreet, Boston, and continue de die in diem, till the Sale is finished"

N.B. The ad in this paper is set in italics, the former in roman.
Advertisement text (4 May): "THE Library of the Rev. Mr. Nathanael Williams, consisting of Divinity, Physic, and many valuable Classical and Academical Books, will be disposed of by a mark'd Sale, the lowest Price being marked in the first Leaf in each Book: The Sale will Open on THIS DAY being the Fourth of May, at his House in Queen-Street, Boston, and continue de die in diem, till the Sale is finished."
Advertisement text (8 May): "The Sale of the Library of the late Reverend Nathanael Williams Deceased, not being compleated is still continued agreable to the Method proposed, as Advertis'd in our last Paper; at his House in Queen-Street Boston, where Attendance will be given"
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£4450/12
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Date of birth
1675-08-25
Date of death
1738-01-10
Gender
male
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