London: Printed by G. Woodfall, for F.C. and J. Rivington, 1812.
The first edition of Junius edited by Woodfall, and containing letters not found in earlier editions. The three volumes attractively bound in contemporary polished calf, with spines lettered in gold; and double fillets to the perimeters of the boards. With six plates, all but one folding facsimiles of letters. With the bookplate of the library of Castles Forbes on the pastedowns, and the crest of the Earl of Granard at the head of the spines; the signature “Granard” on the title pages. Half-titles are present.