The Works of Ben Jonson, Which were formerly printed in two volumes, are now reprinted in one. To which is added a comedy, called the New Inn. With additions never before published. Folio in fours, 35cm, engraved portrait frontispiece, (744)p, London: Printed by T. Hodgkin for H. herringman, e. Brewster [and others], 1692.
Fine engraved portrait frontispiece by W. Elder. Contemporary panelled calf with later rebacking, fully gilt-panelled spine. Ogle family armorial bookplates. A very crisp handsome copy of this edition of all Jonson's poems and plays, collecting for the first time The New inn, and printing for the first time Leges Conviviales.
Third and final folio edition: , 264, 281-368, 371-382, 393-744,  pages as called for, several pages misnumbered but correct, A1 is the frontispiece leaf (ESTC R15282)