Biographical/historical: Issued in parts; perhaps same as ed. published under title: Memoirs of Harriette Wilson, a celebrated courtezan; interspersed with curious and amatory anecdotes of illustrious persons ... embellished with coloured plates. London : Published by Duncombe, [1825?]
Biographical/historical: The Memoirs are written in the first person, but here they are put into the third person for the early text, then revert to a word-for-word resetting of the Stockdale edition.
Content: Adapted from: Wilson, Harriette. Memoirs of Harriette Wilson, written by herself. / London : J.J. Stockdale, 1825.
Content: No. 1 contains a full-page aquatint, uncolored, with legend: "Harriette, tête-à-tête with Lord Craven."
Content: Pforzheimer Collection holds no. 1 (p. -14,  leaf of plates) and no. 3 (p. 51-74).