EUTROPII HISTORIÆ ROMANE BREVIARIUM, Cum Versione Anglica, in qua, Verbum de Verbo, quantum sieri liciut, exprimitur, Notis quoque & Indice. Or, Eutropius's Compendious History of Rome: Together with an English Translation as Literal as possible, Notes and an Index. By John Clarke, Master of the Publick Grammar-School in Hull, in Pursuance of the Method of Teaching the Latin Tongue laid down by him in his Essay upon the Education of Youth in Grammar-Schools. The Second edition.
York: Printed by Thomas Gent, 1728. , 162, [3 Index], [2 ad's] pages. Embellished with some woodcut devices and illustrations as head & tailpieces. Contemporary full plain sheep. Binding: 20.2 x 12.6 cm. Lacks front endpaper, scholar's name together with a date of 1782 on fore-edge; woodcut device and wood-engravings of printer inthe ad's at the rear colour–washed; some wear to corners; some ink marking from careless student use; else a very good copy. First published in 1722.