London : Printed for R. Manby and H.S. Cox ..., 1747.
Book — , 196 p. ; 21 cm.
(from t.p.) The first part contains the substance of several letters, formerly written to the late Lord Hervey, concerning the manner of creating senators and filling up the vacancies of that body in Old Rome
The second part ... contains a distinct account I. Of the power and jurisdiction of the Senate. II. Of the right and manner of convoking it. III. Of the places, in which it was usually assembled. IV. Of the legal times of holding their assemblies. V. Of the different ranks and orders of men in the Senate ... VI. Of the nature and force of their decrees. VII. Of the peculiar dignity, honors and ornaments of a Roman senator.