THE| WORKS| OF| T. Petronius Arbiter,| In Prose and Verse;| [rule]| In Three Parts.| [rule]| WITH| A Critical Preface in Defence of the| Author, and his Life and Character, written by| Mons. St. Evremont; and a Key to the Satyres| by a Person of Quality.| [rule]| The Second Edition, adorn'd with Cuts.| [rule]| Made English by Mr. Wilson,| Mr. Burnaby,| Mr. Blount,| Mr. Tho. Brown,| Capt Ayloff, and| several others.| [rule]| To which is prefix'd,| The Charms of Liberty, a POEM,| by the late Duke of Devonshire.| [rule]| London, Printed for S. Briscoe, and Sold by| James Woodward, in St. Christopher's Church-yard, near the Royal Ex-|change; and J. Morphew near Stationers-hall. 1710.
[with engravings] engraved titlepage [Roman convivium with Romans of both sexes and satyrs - all under the the protection of Truth (quite naked)]/ titlepage/  pp. preface/ p.i-xvi "Life of Petronius Arbiter"/  pp. Key/  pp. Contents/ p.1-280/ p.281-88 "The Charms of Liberty. A Poem in allusion to the Archbishop of Cambray's Telemachus"/ 8°.
See 1st edition of this collection (1708).