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Context of A catalogue of Mein's Circulating Library; : consisting of above twelve hundred volumes, in most branches of polite literature, arts and sciences; viz. history, voyages, travels, lives, memoirs, antiquities, philosophy, novels, divinity, physic, surgery, anatomy, arts, sciences, plays, poetry, husbandry, navigation, gardening, mathematics, laws, &c. &c. &c. : Which are lent to read, at one pound eight shillings, lawful money, per year; eighteen shillings per half-year; or, ten and eight pence per quarter; by John Mein, bookseller at the London Book-Store, second door above the British Coffee-House, north-side of King-Street, Boston. : This collection will be considerably enlarged from time to time, and the number of volumes will be more than doubled in less than a twelvemonth, if the publisher meets with due encouragement. : At the above place the full value is given for any library or parcel of books, in any language or faculty; and books sold or exchanged
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