[Classics] Liber de Claris Oratoribus, qui dicitur Brutus. Ad M. Brutum Orator. Ad C. Trebatium Topica. Oratoriae Partitiones. Liber de Optimo Genere Oratorum. Cum Interpretatione, ac Notis, Quas in Usum Serenissimi Delphini ... Cum Indice Copioso.
Oxonii [ Oxford ]: E Typographeo Clarendoniano [Clarendon Press] impensis Stephani Fletcher 1716. 8vo., [ff 1 - frontis], [ii], , 333, [334-384] Index, Index to Notes and Errata; contemporary full vellum with vellum scuffed and rubbed, especially at spine; ex-library label to spine; ex-library stamps and markings to top edge, front pastedown, title leaf, and p. [iii]; library pocket to rear pastedown; else a sound reader’s copy. Properly withdrawn. Good. Vellum. 
From the latest Paris edition (“Juxta Editionem Novissimam Parisiensem”). Engraved frontispiece of Cicero bust by MBurg. Michael Burghers (b. c.1647/8 – 1727) was a Dutch illustrator and artist of the 17th century, who spent most of his career in England. He was commissioned to create maps, estate plans, and illustrations of stately houses, by the English aristocracy. (wiki)