A COMMENT upon part of the FIFTH JOURNEY OF ANTONINUS THROUGH BRITAIN; in which the situation of Durobrive, the seventh station there mentioned, is discussed; and Castor in Northamptonshire, is shewn, from various remains of Roman Antiquity, to have an undoubted claim to that situation. Also, a dissertation on an image of Jupiter found there. Printed from the Original Manuscript by the Rev. Kennett Gibson, late Curate of Castor. To which is subjoined, The Parochial history of Castor, and its dependencies, to the present time, with an account of Marham, and several other places in the neighbourhood of Castor. By Richard Gough. The second edition, corrected and enlarged.
London: John Nichols and Son, 1819. vi, 190 pages. Illustrated with 11 engraved plates, and with four engravings within the text. Bound in recent two-tone paper-covered boards with a printed title label to the spine. 4to. First edition. According to a pencil note on the title only 125 copies of this work were printed. Some light foxing & browning; some off-setting from the plates; but a very good copy of a scarce work.