Book thefts -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : Lost or stol'n, the first and second volumes of Monasticon Anglicanum, in large folio, and the third volume in a less folio; [electronic resource] : as likewise Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickshire ... and Camden's Britannia ... give notice thereof to Mr. Bateman, bookseller, in Paternoster Row, or to Mr. Brown, bookseller, without Temple Bar ... forty shillings reward ...
Book thefts -- France -- Paris. : The life and times of Guglielmo Libri (1802-1869) : scientist, patriot, scholar, journalist, and thief : a nineteenth-century story / by P. Alessandra Maccioni Ruju and Marco Mostert.
Bookbinders -- Early works to 1800. : J. Bird, book-binder to the Honorable Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. At the Old Angel and Bible, upwards of forty years established in that line of business, (no. 5,) Ave-Maria Lane, Ludgate-Street, London. Respectfully accquaints [sic] his friends and the public in general, ... [electronic resource].
Bookbinders -- England. : Fugitive pieces : a fac-simile reprint of the supressed edition of 1806 / by George Gordon Lord Byron.
Bookbinders of London. : To the most honorable assembly of the Commons in the house of Parliament, the binders of bookes in London doe most humbly shew, that whereas George Withers, Gent. hath lately composed a book ... [electronic resource]