Place of publication and printer's name from colophon: "Veneunt he per[quam] docti gra[m]matici Aelij Antonij Nebrissensis latine introductiones Lugduni in edib[us] honesti viri Simonis Vincentij in vico mercuriali moram trahentis. Signatures: a-r⁸ s⁴ t⁶ v-z⁸ [et]⁸ A-C⁸ D⁶. Title in red and black within architectural border. Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf verso; head- and tail-pieces; initials; printed marginal notes. Gothic type; text surrounded by commentary. Errors in foliation: CXXXVII-CXXXVIII are duplicated in numbering, CLIII-CLIV are omitted. Inscription of James Boyer, a student at Christ's Hospital, on leaf CLXXXI verso: "James Boyer hujusce Orphanotrophy Alumnus 1751." Boyer later served as headmaster of Christ's Hospital from 1778 to 1799. Library copy was originally bound in wooden boards covered with pigskin with "Christ's Hospital" and its seal stamped on front cover; restored and re-bound by the Monastery Hill Bindery in 1990. Laurenti & Porqueras Mayo. Spanish Golden Age.