Publisher: London: Printed for Messrs Payne, Rivington, Davis, Longman, Dodsley, White etc, 1789. Hardback, b&w frontispiece and decorated title page, full calf binding, 324 pages + index. Cover, in light brown calf boards with gilt titling to spine over red-brown decorated leather panel, is in fair to good condition commensurate with age with bumping and rubbing to corners and spine extremities, rubbing to board edges and along spine with small crack, tear at bottom of spine edge and at bottom of front board (with some leather loss). Leather title panel on spine is partially missing. Internally, the book is in generally good condition commensurate with age with clean and clear pages and no creases, major marks or tears. Some foxing here and there. Very old, neat French owners inscription in ink on title page. This volume contains fascinating extracts from the Spectator running from from March 10th 1712 to June 2nd 1712. Note that Volumes 1 to 4 and 6 to 7 are also listed on Oxfam Online shortly.