TUNBRIDGE EPISTLES, ~ from Lady Margaret to the Countess of B**. London: Printed for J. Johnson and B. Davenport,... and sold by T. Cadell (successor to Mr. Millar)... and E. Baker, at Tunbridge-Wells. 1767.
4to (254 × 188 mm), pp. 36, complete with half-title; woodcut ornaments; slight waterstain to lower margin of title, some spotting towards the end; modern cloth; bookplate of A.M. Broadley.
Sole edition, eleven lively verse epistles describing the characters, scandals and daily happenings of the Tunbridge social season, in imitation of Anstey’s New Bath Guide. Russell Smith, Bibliotheca Cantiana, 321.