Female Policy Detected: or, the Arts of a Designing Woman Laid Open.
London: Printed for Booksellers, 1812. 96p. 13cm. First published in 1695. Publishers plain, bluish paper boards. Somewhat soiled, front cover almost detached, foxing. Interesting contemporary inscription on the front cover pastedown: " I say, what signifies the life of man if it was not for the ladies." Interesting use of printer's waste for the bottom cover pastedown and endpapers. The OCLC record for this edition does not record a frontispiece. Only one copy located for this edition.