Place and Imprint: London: Printed for T. Waller, 1752.
Edition: The Second Edition, "corrected and enlarged." The first was published in 1750.
Bibliographical References: NCBEL II, 1419; ESTC T63180 records seven copies.
Condition: Title-page cut slightly along the fore-edge (not touching the text); top margin closely trimmed, touching the pagination on four leaves; light foxing; very good copy.
Book ID: 26039
Physical Description8vo, later tan quarter calf, marbled boards, red leather label, gilt lettering. Bound from a tract volume and without the half-title and advertisement leaf.
Comments¶ A fascinating and lively tourist guide to Paris, with recommendations for cafes, wine, travel by coach, notable monuments and buildings, dealing with the border police, currency exchange, etc. Though he apparently wrote nothing else, Lucas' Five Weeks Tour was sufficiently popular that it went through four editions, the final one being in 1765.