New York: David Longworth at the Shakspeare [sic] Gallery 1809. , -100 pages. Leaf containing pages 67/68 bound out of order, and in reverse (page numbers in the gutter instead of at the foreedge). 3 x 5 inches. Period leather, neatly rebacked preserving original marbled endpapers. Light foxing and browning throughout. A sound copy. Illustrated throughout with engravings, four of which are signed "Engrd. by P. Maverick". Previous owner name ("Lucy Coit Tracy, 1815") inked on a blank flyleaf. Very Good. Boards. 
Printed by D. & G. Bruce. Sometimes called emblem books, this poetry book has allegorical illustrations (engravings). The leaves with illustrations are on thicker paper, and probably run through the press twice, once for the letterpress words, and again for the engravings. First published in the 18th century, this is a nice illustrated edition.