12mo (158 × 98 mm), pp. [iv], 307,  including half-title. Some spotting, heaviest on half-title, old stamp the Belfast Library to title (affecting a couple of letters). Modern tan half calf. A good copy.
First Dublin edition, printed in the same year as the first (London) edition, of this series of witty observations on female characteristics on either side of the Channel.
An obituary for Andrews in the Gentleman's Magazine for February 1809 lamented that ‘by his death the Nation is deprived of an able historian, a profound scholar and politician, and a man ever ready to take up his pen in his Country’s cause’ (GM, 79.1, cited in Oxford DNB)