There is a woodcut of the royal arms on verso of titlepage, which occurs again on K3vv at the beginning of the 'Confessions'.
The modern title page and verso have been relocated to the end of the text.
Transcriptions of ads from the verso of the cover and the verso of the half-title page follow.
A Table of Contents has been added below the verso to aid in navigation.
Title of Part I, 1726, with the same floral ornament as in the preceding edition, A6 (verso blank).
Title with ornament of a basket of flowers, A2 (verso blank).
The Latin text is on the verso of the page, the English on the recto, facing each other.
In a verso agudo the last syllable counts for two syllables.
On verso of titlepage is the note 'Read the Epistle, or reade nothing' within small woodcut titlepage border.
In a verso llano (grave) the number of syllables does not change.