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CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106 B.C.--43 B.C.)
[Selections. 1760]
M.T. Ciceronis Orationes quædam selectæ, cum interpretatione & notis quas in usum serenissimi Delphini edidit P. Carolus Merouille S.J. Quibus præfigitur vita Ciceronis per annos consulares digesta. His adjiciuntur in tres orationes notæ quædam non inutiles ex Asconio, P. Manutio, &c. decerptæ. Una cum variantibus aliquot per singulas orationes lectionibus. Huic editioni accesserunt dialogi De senectute & De amicitia. Editio octava, emendatior.
Londini impensis J. Clarke, C. Hitch & L. Hawes, J. Rivington, J. Rivington & J. Fletcher, J. Ward, R. Baldwin, G. Johnston, J. Richardson, G. Keith, T. Longman, S. Crowder, P. Davey & B. Law, T. Pote, H. Woodgate & S. Brookes, M. Cooper, & C.& R. Ware, 1760.
[8], xxx, 554, [16] p. ; 20.1 cm. (8º)

The first edition of this selection was published in 1692; the dialogues on old age and friendship were first added in the 1699 edition. With an index and final page of publishers' advertisements. Title-page printed in red and black. ESTC n11388.

Copy Notes Bought from Thomas Boone for 4s. 6d., 15 May 1804. (Archives 7/13/5). Inscribed in pencil on second front free-endpaper in imitation of type Soane, and in a loose hand J Soane, probably John junior. Previous ownership inscription E Libris Wyndm Jones- / 1778- on verso of first front free-endpaper; further ownership inscription at head of title is inked out and the top corner of first free-endpaper is excised as if to remove another. Inscribed in pencil on verso of first front free-endpaper 3/6 and with a list of references to individual orations, and in the same hand on the rear free-endpaper Cyrus King of Persia, son of Cambyses; a few pencil indications in the text.

Binding C18th mottled calf, gilt-ruled and dotted borders with floral gilt corner ornaments, gilt-tooled spine compartments, red morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 871


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