London: John Camden Hotten; [printed by the University Press, Dublin by M. H. Gill], 1872.
Octavo (19 x 14 cm.) xiv, 170,  pages. Twelve unnumbered leaves of plates. Additional engraved title page, "with thirteen illustrations designed and drawn by Harry Furniss". Publisher's illustrated advertising supplement at rear titled, "Very important new books" and obviously printed and gathered separately, as the trim size is slightly smaller. FIRST EDITION. An examination of the manner and customs of Cheltenham, England, but also a whimsical portrait of the types of high society characters observed by the author. There is much on issues of taste, wine connoisseurship, and even a description of the "Servants' Swarry". Some light soil to a few leaves; spine slightly cocked. In publisher's brown cloth, blind- and gilt-titled and decorated; cloth soiled and a bit rubbed. Good or a bit better. [OCLC locates seventeen copies].