Publisher: London: Printed for J. Hatchard, 1804.
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: OCLC records six copies of this first edition and other locations for subsequent editions.
Condition: Edges a little rubbed and chipped at the head and foot of the spine; very good copy in the original state.
Book ID: 22778
Description8vo, original blue boards. Half-title and three pages of publisher's ads present.
Comments¶ A serious dissection of people of fashion, which the author maintains in the preface has not been previously attempted, and he provides an outline for further study. Owen (1766-1822) was a founding member of the British and Foreign Bible Society, and though he tends to be a little moralistic in his approach, it is nonetheless interesting: he writes about the man of fashion, party givers, games, rakes, dress, language and includes one poem: “Ode on the Spring. By a Man of Fashion.”.