TOLDERVY, William. England and wales described in a series of letters: exhibiting Whatever is worthy the Observation of the Curious Traveller, as well as all others, who wish to be made acquainted with the Beauties of this happy Country. Lately written from different Parts of the Kingdom, And principally to a Gentleman in the Isle of Wight... Printed for L. Davis and C. Reymers et al.. 1762. First edition.
Volume I, all published. vii, , 421pp, . With nine engraved plates, seven of which folding, and a terminal advertisement leaf. Contemporary calf-backed vellum-tipped marbled boards, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece, ruled in gilt. Rubbed, upper joit cracked. Ink-stamps of the Hugh Selbourne collection to verso of title page and recto of leaf H2, manuscript index to rear blank fly-leaves - with associated marginalia throughout, publisher's advertisement pasted to REP.