Twenty-five engravings, illustrative and descriptive of the Roman history., : exhibiting the manners, customs of the Roman people from the earliest period to the fall of that Empire rendering it at once instructive to the private gentleman, as well as for the use of schools.
|Other Names:||Butler, R. M., fl.1790-1811.
Hibernia Press Office, printer.
Pollard School-book Collection, former owner
|Published:||Dublin : printed at the Hibernia-Press Office for R. M. Butler, 1811.|
|Physical Description:||, 16p., 25 plates (1 fold.) 21.7cm.|
|Notes:||Imperfect: lacks plates 9 and 25.
Illustrations: unsigned engravings.
|Provenance:||From the Pollard School-book Collection.|
|Binding Information:||Quarter red sheep binding, grey paper boards (lower lacking).|
|Subject:||Textbooks -- Ireland.|
|Subject, Place:||Rome (Italy) -- History -- Textbooks.|
|Library:||Trinity College Library Dublin|
|Collection:||Pollard Schoolbook Collection - TCD|
|Location:||Early Printed Books Stacks (use call slip)|
|Shelfmark:||OLS POL S 262|