XENOPHON. Graecorum res gestae; et Agesilaus. Cum annotationibus Edwardi Wells, Glasgow: Robert and Andrew Foulis, 1762. 4 volumes, small 8°, Greek and Latin text on facing pages (a few spots), contemporary calf, spines gilt in compartments, raised bands, contrasting labels (front cover of vol. I detached and of vol. III almost detached, head and tail of spine of vol. I restored, spines chipped, rubbed). Provenance: Sir Martin Browne Holkes, bookplate. Gaskell 413.
With 33 other classical works in 40 volumes, all leather-bound and printed in the 18th century, including 6 other works printed by the Foulis Press and one by Baskerville, and 12 uniformly bound works with gilt armorial on covers (illustrated above). (44)