A worlde of wordes, or, Most copious, and exact dictionarie in Italian and English collected by Iohn Florio.
Fol. , 462,  p. ; 26 cm.
2o: a6, b4, A-2Q6, (3$, -Qq3) [2Q4-6 wanting]
Misnumbered pages: 223 as “123,” from 375 numbering skips straight to 380, 435 as “433” (discounting the previous skip).
Errors in paging.
No binding remaining. Textblock is kept in a box which is decorated with marbled paper.
[London] : Printed at London, by Arnold Hatfield for Edw. Blount, 1598.
STC (2nd ed.) 11098
Handwritten note on title page: “Edward Greene,” Initials “S. J.” surround date on title page,
Top of page a3r handwritten in red ink: “Thomas Price”
a2r - Title page
a3r - Epistle Dedicatory (To the Right Honorable Patrons of virtue, Patterns of Honor, Roger Earle of Rutland, Henrie Earle of Southampton, Lucie Countesse of Bedford, signed John Florio – pictures on phone to read)
a5v – To the Reader
b2v – Sonnet “To the Right Honorable Roger Earle of Rutland, &c.”
b3r – Sonnet “To the Right Honorable Henrie Earle of Southampton, &c.”
b3v – Sonnet “To the Right Honorable Lucie Countesse of Bedford, &c.”
b4r – Poem about Florio from B.B.
b4v – The names of the Bookes and Auctors that have bin read of purpose, for the accomplishing of this Dictionarie, and out of which it is collected
A1r-2Q3v – A most copious and exact Dictionarie in Italian and English