Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Henley, Andrew, b. 1622 or 3, d. by or before 1700.
His library is the subject of a well known early sale catalog:
A catalogue of the libraries of Sr Andrew Henley, Kt & Bart, and an eminent clergyman, both deceased. Consisting of theological, historical, philological, mathematical, and medicinal authors, in the Greek, Latin, Spanish, French, and English tongues, in all volumes. With an appendix of prints, by the best Italian, French, &c. masters. Will by sold by auction at Toms Coffee House adjoyning to Ludgate, on Monday the 11th instant, at three afternoon; and the sale to be continued daily till all are sold. By John Bullord.[London] : Catalogues will be sold at sixpence each, at Mr. Parkers under the Royal Exchange, Cornhil, Mr Bucks near the Temple-gate, Mr Hardings Newport-street, Leicester-fields, Mr Barnes in Pall Mall, booksellers, at the place of sale, 1700.
4to., , 55, , 49-52+ p. ; Wing 2nd. H1449 (ESTC 3 copies only) The identity of "An eminent clergyman" is unknown.
Sir Andrew Henley (1622-1675)1st Bart. of Bramshill, Hamps. and of Henley, Somerset. The elder son of Sir Robert Henley, Master of the King's Bench Office, he married his first wife, Mary, daughter of Sir John Gayer, of London, merchant.
Sir Andrew Henley (1622-1675)
Correspondence, 1659-69, now British Library, Mss. Sloane 813.
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