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12A West Street
Wareham
Dorset
BH20 4JX
Contact Tom Lintern-Mole
Telephone 01929 556656
Mobile 07921 151496
Specialists Antiquarian Books, Manuscripts c.1500-1900, Early Printed Books, Military and Maritime, Law, Fine Bindings, Illustrated, Travel
Antiquates Ltd
Stand D14

CICERO, Marcus Tullius.

Tully's offices, in three books. Turned out of Latin and into English. By Sr. Ro. L'Estrange., London. Printed fro R. Bently, J. Hindmarsh and J. Tonson, 1688.

12mo. [10], 260pp, [18]. With an additional engraved title. Contemporary calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece, gilt devices initialed 'J. A.' to both boards. Slight rubbing, some loss to foot of spine. Recent bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to FEP, ink initial 'W.' to head of title, overall a near fine copy.

Note
The highly regarded translation into English by Sir Roger L'Estrange (1616-1704) of Marcus Tullius Cicero's (106 BC - 7 BC) ethical treatise, De officiis; first printed in 1680, the work would reach it's sixth edition by 1720.

Bibliography
Wing C4312.

Edition
Fourth edition, corrected.
£300