THE| WORKS| OF| PETRONIUS ARBITER,| Translated by several Hands.| With a KEY by a Person of Honour,| AND ALSO| His Life and Character,| By Monsieur St. Evremont.| [rule]| The Fourth Edition.| [rule]| To which is added,| Some other of the Roman Poets, viz. Ca-|tullus, Tibullus and Propertius. And Translations| from the Greek of Pindar, Anacreon and Sappho.| With a Poem on TELEMACHUS,| By the Duke of Devonshire;| And an Essay on Poetry, by| John Duke of Buckingham.| The whole Adorn'd with CUTS.| [rule]| LONDON, Printed for Sam. Briscoe, and Sold by| J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall and. Ja. Woodward in Scalding-|Alley, against Stocks-Market. 1713.
[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-x "Life of Petronius Arbiter"/  pp. Key/ p.1-280/ p.281-334 "Translations out of Catullus, Tibullus Propertius, Pindar and Anacreon"/ p.335-40 "The Charms of Liberty. A Poem in allusion to the Archbishop of Cambray's Telemachus"/ p.-60 "Essay on Poetry"/  pp. Contents/ 8°.
Cf first edition of this collection (1708). New additions. The "Essay on Poetry" in verse is not very substantial.