London: Chapman and hall, 1842.
First edition, first issue. Two volumes. xvi, 308; viii, 306  pp. With two bookplates, one from the noted bibliophile Harry Elkins Widener [1885-1912]), whose mother's donation to Harvard built the library that her son intended to give the university. Harry perished aboard the Titanic and never got to see his dream fulfilled. The other from Andrew Mortimer Drummond, banker of Charing-Cross and Denham, Bucks., 1786-1864.
Octavo, original brown cloth decorated and ruled in blind, gilt lettered spines, pale yellow endpapers. Spines a tad faded (gilt bright), volume I with some minor expert restoration, vol II with light rubbing of spine ends, else fine.