A catalogue of books, imported and to be sold by Henry Knox, at the London Book-Store, a little southward of the Town-House, in Cornhill, Boston.
The earliest American bookseller catalogue in the Grolier Club library, and one of only two copies known; the other is at the Beinecke Library at Yale. It comprises about 600 author entries, some with descriptive comments, with a brief list of school books and classical authors following. History remembers Henry Knox (1750–1806) primarily for his role in the American Revolution, when he participated in nearly every major military engagement against the British.
Gift of William A. White, 1916.