LETTERS FROM A GENTLEMAN IN THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND TO HIS FRIEND IN LONDON; containing the description of a capital town in that northern country, with an account of some uncommon customs of the inhabitants; likewise an account of the Highlanders. To which is added, a letter relating to the military ways among the mountains, begun in the year 1726. The fifth edition, with engravings, and a large appendix, containing various important historical documents, hitherto unpublished; with an introduction and notes, by the editor, R. Jamieson… In two volumes.
London: Ogle, Duncan, and Co…, 1822. Two volumes. 348 & 370 pages. Each volume has an engraving which are sometimes bound as the frontispiece. Bound in half calf gilt over marbled boards, with twin labels to the spines. 215 x 137 mm. A very handsome set.