London: Ben. Griffini, Impensis Edvard Hall Bibliop. Catabr', 1696. Early edition. Hardcover. Quarto (4to). Very good condition. Item #018427
[iv], 238, [vi] pages of text; complete. Title within double-rule border, with ornament Latin; Greek and Latin in parallel columns. Measures 22 cm (4to). Rebound in cloth with a gilt-stamped leather spine label. Previous owner's engraved bookplate preserved and re-attached to the front pastedown. This bookplate is from circa 1820: G.W.F. Gregor (the Gregor's of Trewarthenick House). Additional family name is written on the front endpaper"Franciscus Gregor 1706" which is accompanied by numerous notations. Another ownership name on the front endpaper is "Everett Lee Hunt, Oxford, 1926." Dr. Hunt was Dean emeritus at Swarthmore College, joining their faculty in 1925, and had areas of academic concentration that included Aristotle. Signatures: [A]2 B-2H4 Ii2 Pages 54-55, 83, 185, 188-189, 192, 223 incorrectly numbered 42-43, 85, 187, 190-191, 194, 232, respectively. With side-glosses. Other titles: Aristotelis De rhetorica seu arte dicendi libri tres; De rhetorica seu arte dicendi libri tres; Arist. Rhetor.