|Title:||Title Page Details Of Printed Pamphlet, 'The Reformed Librarie-Keeper', John Dury|
|Ref:||Long title and bibliographic description only|
|Notes:||Published by Samuel Hartlib. Also included in the 2nd edition of The Reformed School by John Dury (1651). [HDC list of The Publications of Samuel Hartlib, Turnbull: No. ]|
The Hartlib Papers
[Long-Title and bibliographical description: first edition]
ST: The reformed Librarie-keeper.
Wing Number: D2882 Wing Microfilm: 27.5
THE | REFORMED | LIBRARIE-KEEPER | With a Supplement to the | Reformed-School | As subordinate to Colleges in | Universities. | [rule] | BY | JOHN DURIE. | [rule] | Whereunto is added | l. An Idea of Mathematicks. | II. The description of one of the chiefest | Libraries which is in Germanie, erected | and ordered by one of the most Learned Princes in Europe. | [rule] | LONDON, | Printed by William Du-Gard, and are | to bee sold by Rob. Littleberrie at the sign of the Unicorn in Little | Britain. 1650.
12o A-B12, C12(-C11); [$5 (-Al C2) signed]; 36 leaves
pp.  1-12 [13-14] 15-31  33-46 [47-48] 49-65