THE| ADVENTURES| OF| TELEMACHUS,| The Son of| ULYSSES.| [rule]| Translated from the French.| [rule]| [typographical ornaments]|[rule]| LONDON:| Printed for Awnsham and John Churchil,| at the Black Swan in Pater-Noster-Row,| M DC XCIX.
pp. 152/ 12°.
Cf. Avantures de Télémaque, 1 (La Haye, 1699).
Republican preface. The author, so the publisher, had to write a fable, to make the truth palatable for the princes for whom the book was written, and what was more important: "as [...] he lives under a Monarchy that will not suffer open and undisguis'd Truth".