Examen de ingenios. The examination of mens vvits. In whicch [sic], by discouering the varietie of natures, is shewed for what profession each one is apt, and how far he shall profit therein. By John Huarte. Translated out of the Spanish tongue by M. Camillo Camilli. Englished out of his Italian, by R.C. Esquire
London: Printed by Adam Islip, for C. Hunt of Excester, 1594.
Bound in 19th c. calf, rebacked, the boards ruled in gold. This is a fine copy; title a little dusty. Occasional marginal pencil notations in margins.“To Distinguish and discern these natural difference’s of man’s wit, and to apply to each by art that science wherein he may profit, is the...