BOWLES, John. Remarks on modern female manners, as distinguished by indifference to character, and indecency of dress... Printed for F. and C. Rivington. 1802.
[Bound after:] BOWLES, John. Thoughts on the late general election. As demonstrative of the progress of Jacobinism. London. Printed for F. and C. Rivington, 1802. , 97pp, . With half-title.
[And:] [BOWLES, John]. A letter, addressed to the Hon. Charles James Fox, in consequence of his speech in the house of commons, on the character of the late most noble Francis Duke of Bedford... [London]. Printed for F. and C. Rivington, . Fourth edition. 57pp, .
8vo. Contemporary limp sheep, lettered in gilt. Without spine, boards held in place by binding stubs only, heavily rubbed. Margins of final bound work closely trimmed, occasional light foxing.