Tully’s three Books of Offices, in English.  With Notes explaining the Method and Meaning of the Author. 

London, [W. Onley] for Sam. Buckley, 1699. 

12mo, pp. [2], iii, ix, 331, xvii, without the half-title; with an engraved vignette on the title-page; a good copy in contemporary calf, worn, two silk place-markers; manuscript mottos ‘Trahitur dulcedine cantus’ and ‘Inter Delphinas Arion’ on the vignette (of Arion bearing a lyre on a dolphin).

£300

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First edition of this translation by Thomas Cockman, who had prepared an edition of the original text in 1695, here provides copious footnotes and an index.  There were at least eleven further editions by the end of the eighteenth century. 

Wing C-4322. 

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