London: Harrison and Co., 1791. First Thus. Two volumes bound as one. 8vo. 5.75 x 9.125 in. [ii], 291,  pp. Beautifully rebound in period style, brown quarter-calf over marbled paper, titled in gilt & ornamented in blind on spine with five raised bands. Illustrated, complete with seven out-of-order black & white plates engraved variously by JAMES HEATH, JOSEPH COLLYER, JAMES WALKER, & CHARLES GRIGNION after drawings by English painter, illustrator & engraver THOMAS STROTHARD. Text printed in two columns. Occasional light foxing throughout, with light browning to edges.
'The most popular, delightful, and extraordinary of all Defoe's Works, [it] has lost none of its original attraction.... Dr. Johnson observed "no body ever laid down without wishing it were longer."' Not in Lowndes. ESTC N19163. A very nice copy of an uncommon edition.