London: Published by the author and sold by Ackermann…, 1823. Third edition. Illustrated with frontispiece and nine of hand-coloured plates with flaps meant to be raised to reveal virtuous versions of the articles found on a young lady's dressing table: the enchanting mirror (humility); a wash to smooth wrinkles (contentment); an universal beautifier (good humour); matchless ear rings (attention), best white paint (innocence), superior rouge (modesty), a mixture to sweeten the voice (mildness and truth), fine lip salve (cheerfulness), and the late King's eye water (benevolence). Original printed paper covered boards. 133 x 113 mm. Spine a little worn and boards lightly soiled; later inscription on front end-paper; else a very good copy with all flaps present.