Phaedri Augusti Liberti Fabulae Aesopiae ad Lusitanae Iuventutis Commodum et Institutionem de Integro Recensitae et Illustratae
Editio priori castigatior et emendatior. The Latin place name of Lisbon, I learned here, is Olisipo, and it occurs here in a nice locative ablative. I am not sure in what the illustratae consists, since there are no images here except those created by bored students. The front cover is hanging on literally by one thread. A Leonardus Targionius writes an introductory comment to students. There are copious notes at the bottom of each page. On 229-259 there is an extensive index of words and phrases. T of C at the back. Leather-bound. The spine has deteriorated, and its label is illegible. There are scribblings along the way and copious scribbles on the endpapers. This little book has a history!
Ex Typographia Nationali