London:: Printed for W. Clarke, son to the author; and sold by C. Hitch and L. Hawes, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1761.. Small 4to. vi, 320 pp. Latin and English text in double columns; foxed, stained, few holes or tears (especially first five printed leaves). Original full mottled calf; heavily worn with joints reattached with Kozo. Bookplate of Rescome S. Hart crossed out and with ink signature of E. Davis, Westfield, ink signature of Johannis Bartlett, 1773, on title, blind-embossed stamps on title and other leaves. As is. Provenance: Rescome S. Hart was Assistant Preceptor at Amherst Academy. See: The Massachusetts Register and United States Calendar: ... Containing Civil, Judicial, Ecclesiastical and Military Lists in Massachusetts ... Boston, 1829, p. 143. E. Davis is associated with the Board of Education, Westfield, Massachusetts, 1847. He may have known Dr. Bigelow as they are mentioned together in the Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History, New York, 1824, (p. 371). FULL TITLE: C. Suetonii Tranq. XII C�sares, cum libera versione, in qua idiomatis Anglici ratio, quam fieri potuit, habita est; or, the lives of the Twelve First Roman Emperors, writ by C. Suetonius Tranquillus; with a free translation, wherein Due Regard has been had to the Propriety of the English Tongue. By John Clarke, Author of the Essays upon Education and Study. (Inventory #: LV2166)
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