London: Printed by E.M. for Samuel Lownes, and are to be sold in his shop, over against Exeter House in the Strand, 1664. Half calf. Small octavo (14.5 x 9cm) : , 471,  p., LACKS  leaf of plates : half polished calf over marbled boards : gilt decorated spine : green silk endpapers : paper ownership label to front pastedown. ESTC R6307
Lacks A1 and the separate engraved title; leaves trimmed and a little toned; boards rubbed and marbled paper lifting at edges; ownership inscription on "A Feast For Wormes" title. Very good. Item #2467
Francis Quarles (1592-1644) was a royalist and a popular English poet who nevertheless drew scathing reviews from his critics. Alexander Pope wrote of Quarles most popular work, Emblems, "Where the pictures for the page atone And Quarles is saved by beauties not his own."
The paper ownership label is printed "A. R. Rutherford"