London: Printed for A. Millar, 1752. First edition, second state, with the corrected reading, “at the folly” in the fourth line of page 191. With the final leaf of ads in Volume II, which is frequently missing. A very handsome, clean set. A former owner has made several small, neat ink notations in lower margins, comparing the readings of this edition to those of the 1762 first collected edition of Fielding’s works. Full modern antique-style mottled calf. Gilt spines with burgundy and black morocco labels. Four volumes, twelvemo. xii, 285; viii, 262, [1, advertisement for Fielding’s Universal Register Office]; ix, , 323; vii, , 296 pp. Item #7836
Fielding's final novel.
Rothschild 853. Cross, III, p. 321.