Thesaurus Ænigmaticus: or, A Collection of CXL of the most Ingenious and Diverting ÆNIGMAS OR RIDDLES. With their Explanations; being design’d for Universal Entertainment; and for the Exercise of the Fancies of the Curious.
London: J. Wilford, at the Three flower-de-Luces behind the Chapter-House neat St. Paul’s, 1731. , vi, 144,, [1 ad’s] pages. Parts two and three have separate title-pages dated 1726, but there is no title-page for part four only a two-page advert’; however, this is common to the two other copies of the 1731 edition listed on Worldcat. Contemporary untiled sheep. 200 x 128 mm. Rear endpaper loosening; small bookplate; manuscript inscription: ‘2. 6d. Fe, 16. 1731.’ on endpaper; small paper collection label to heel of spine; some light browning; else a very good copy of book rarely found with the fourth part present.