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QUINTILIAN
[Institutio oratoria. English. 1805]
Quinctilian's Institutes of eloquence: or, the art of speaking in public, in every character and capacity. Translated into English, after the best Latin editions, with notes, critical and explanatory by W. Guthrie, Esq. In two volumes. ...
London: printed for R. Dutton, W.J. & J. Richardson, R. Lea, J. Mawman, Vernor & Hood, R. Flowyer [i.e. Floyer], J. Nunn, and J. Cawthorn, by Dewick and Clarke, 1805.
2 vols ; 21.0 cm. (8º)
I: xxxii, 448 p.
II: [4], 458, [2] p.

Guthrie's translation of Quintilian first appeared in 1756. With a leaf of advertisements for 'Books published by R. Dutton, ...' at the end of vol. II. The name of R. Floyer is given as 'Flowyer' in the vol. I imprint.

Binding C19th tree calf, gilt double-ruled spines, red and green morocco spine-labels.

Reference Number 901


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