EUTROPII HISTORIÆ ROMANÆ BREVIARIUM, cum versione Anglicâ, in qua, verbum de verbo, quantum fieri licuit, 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; and are to be sold by A, Bettesworth at the Red-Lyon in Pater-Noster-Row, London, 1728. [xii], 162, [3 Index]. [2 ad’s] pages. Illustrated throughout with woodcut head and tail-pieces. Original full plain sheep. 202 x 128 mm. Some corners very worn; occasional ink spots; previous owner’s name [dated 1731] to fore-edge; lacks front free endpaper; else good plus.
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