Signatures: [A]⁴ B-BB⁴. Errata: p. . Printer's device (engraving) on t.p., head- and tailpieces, factotums. A satirical dialogue originally in Latin elegiacs, translated into heroic couplets by John Rooke. Preface ascribed to Thomas Rymer. 18th century ms. inscription on the title page of the Routh collection copy attributes the translation to "Dr. Dillingham, master of Emmanuel Col. ..." Includes index.
Binding: modern brown quarter straight-grained morocco, gold-stamped on back, with blue and black simulated marbled paper over boards.
Lowndes III, 1078.
BR143 .H683 1722
Historia ecclesiatica, carmine elegiaco concinnata., English.
London : Printed for E. Curll in the Strand, MDCCXXII