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M.T. Ciceronis De officiis libri tres : Cato Major, Lµlius, Paradoxa, Somnium Scipionis

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Author
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Date of Publication
1717.
Call Number
Book 1035 1717
Alternate Title
Ciceronis de Officiis libri tres
De officiis libri tres
Responsibility
ex optimus exemplaribus recensuit, selectisque variorum notis nonnullas etiam suas adjecit Tho. Tooly A.M. áe Coll. D. Jo. Bapt.
Author
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Uniform Title
De officiis
Place of Publication
Oxoniµ
Publisher
E Theatro Sheldoniano, prostant venales apud Joh. & Sam. Wilmot Bibliopol. Oxon,
Date of Publication
1717.
Physical Description
[6], 326, [32] pages (last pages blank), [1] leaf of plates : portrait ; 21 cm (8⁸)
Notes
T.p. vignette signed: MB.
Jasper Yeates Colonial Law Library.
Yeates's signature at top of title page.
Book has no number as assigned by Yeates. probably from priviate library of Yeates.
Signatures: a⁴ A-2Y⁴.
Library copy has 30 unnumbered pages at end (Index), lacking errata (leaf 2Y4)
Contemporary calf; blind-tooled; raised bands.
Subjects
Ethics, Ancient - Early works to 1800.
Ethics, Ancient.
Early works.
Vignettes - England - Oxford - 1717.
Woodcuts - England - Oxford - 1717.
Autographs (Provenance) - 1723.
Inscriptions (Provenance) - 1723.
Contemporary bindings (Binding) - England - Oxford - 1717.
Blind tooled bindings (Binding) - England - Oxford - 1717.
Gold tooled bindings (Binding) - England - Oxford - 1717.
Lettering-pieces (Binding) - England - Oxford - 1717.
Additional Author
Graevius, Joannes Georgius,
Tooly, Thomas,
Wilmot, Joh,
Wilmot, Sam,
M., B.,
B., M.,
Yeates, Jasper,
Maverick, P. R.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Additional Corporate Author
Joh. & Sam. Wilmot,
Sheldonian Theatre.
Franklin and Marshall College,
Additional Title
First Ledger (New York Society Library)
Location
Lancaster History Library - Yeates Collection
Call Number
Book 1035 1717
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Presbyterian Records New Castle: [Minutes, 1716-1731, 1759-1957]

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Corporate Author
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of New Castle.
Date of Publication
1716-1814.
Call Number
Drawer 3, sec. 1: #843
Alternate Title
Presbytery of New Castle.
Corporate Author
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of New Castle.
Date of Publication
1716-1814.
Physical Description
4 v. ; 17-34 cm.
Notes
Includes early minutes under the Synods of Philadelphia, and New York and Philadelphia.
Affiliation: 1716-1745, The Synod; 1745-1758, "Old Side," Synod of Philadelphia; "New Side," Synod of New York; 1758-1789, Synod of New York & Philadelphia; 1789-1814, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
Microfilm. Philadelphia : Presbyterian Historical Society, 1966. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Subjects
Church records and registers - Pennsylvania - New Castle.
Presbyterian Church - Records and correspondence
Additional Corporate Author
Synod of New York and Philadelphia (1758-1788). Presbytery of New-Castle.
Synod of Philadelphia (1717-1757). Presbytery of New-Castle.
Location
Lancaster History Library - Microfilm
Call Number
Drawer 3, sec. 1: #843
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Collection
History Collection
Object ID
2002.144
Date Range
1683-1920
Collection
History Collection
Description
Reproduced copies of seals of citizens of Lancaster County, Casts were taken from documents of the Lancaster County Courthouse - deeds, justice of the peace, notary public, personal. Includes Penn's Grant seal.
Finding Aid can be found in Object File.
Date Range
1683-1920
Year Range From
1683
Year Range To
1920
Collector
Albert Shertz, LCHS
People
Cookson, Theodore
Hubley, Michael
Riegart, A.
Edwards, Thomas
Subcategory
Personal Symbol
Search Terms
courthouses
Object Name
Wax, Sealing
Material
Wax
Object ID
2002.144
Location
LHO
Room
DAC
Wall
Island 2
Cabinet
Unit 10
Container
546
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