Cantabrigiae [Cambridge]: Excusum Per Joannem Field, Typograpum Academicum, 1665. 12mo. Item #025694
, 19, , 755,  516 Pages. The second edition of the England LXX but the first edition with the preface by John Pearson (1613-1686), who in 1689 published his famous Exposition of the Creed and in 1673 was consecrated Bishop of Chester. This is the true first edition with the Pearson preface (Darlow & Moule, 1671. They go on to note: "This statement was probably borrowed from T. Brett's Letter Shewing Why our English Bibles Differ so Much from the Septuagint (1743, p. 47). Horne (Manual, p. 54) says: "Field's edition was counterfeited page by page by John Hayes, a printer at Cambridge who in 1684 issued an edition though keeping the original 1665 date." The printer's device is the 1665 not the 1684 (see D & M, p. 614) . Bound in a plain full brown morocco. ESTC R236848.