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Shelfmark W/T-8-1
Aulus Persius Flaccus. Auli Persii Flacci Satirarum liber. Isaacus Casaubonus recensuit, & ... illustravit. ... Cura & opera Merici Casauboni ....
London: 1647.
Inscription on verso of front free endpaper: Liber Joannis Luddj ex dono Reuerendj Doctorjs, quj tertiam hanc editionem excudenda[m] curavit, et Londino missam ipsj tradendam iussit 26. Junij 1647. J: L:. [with extensive annotations in the same hand].
Third edition of Isaac Casaubon's edition of Persius, published by his son Meric Casaubon. This copy was given by Casaubon to John Ludd, headmaster of the King's School. It presumably passed back into Casaubon's possession after Ludd's death, possibly via William Somner.
Listed in the 1743 printed catalogue (p. 77), identified by MS annotation in the Gough copy (Bodleian).