[ANSTEY, Christopher]. ~ An Election Ball, in poetical Letters from Mr. Inkle, at Bath, to his wife at Glocester: with a poetical Address to John Miller, Esq.... The Second Edition, with considerable Additions. By the Author of the New Bath Guide. Bath: Printed for the author, by S. Hazard,... and sold by Dodsley, and Wilkie, London; Fletcher and Hodson, at Cambridge; and by S. Hazard, and all the other booksellers at Bath. 1776.
4to (256 × 186 mm), pp. 64 (without half-title pp. [1-2] apparently as often), engraved plate by Bampfylde; typographical ornaments. Uncut, stitched in early or contemporary dull green wraps; slight fraying to uncut edges and wrapper throughout.
Second edition, with the addition of the famous plate, facing p. 36, depicting the heroine, Madge Inkle preparing her extravagant head-dress for the ball, with feathers plucked from a live cockerel. Jackson, p. 44.