Peterhead: From the Press of the Editor, 1828. 1st Edition (Jaggard, p. 35). vii,  - 150,  pp. One page advert follows text, last page blank. Tailpiece, p. 150. Crown 8vo, gathered in 4s. 7-9/16" x 4-13/16". Period grey paper spine over blue paper-wrapped boards. Spine paper worn & tattered, boards stained. One leaf with small piece missing from top margin [no text affected, see image]. A Good copy. Item #50115
Macbeth "was King of Scots from 1040 until his death. He ruled over the Kingdom of Alba. ... Macbeth is today best known as the main character of William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth and the many works that it has inspired." [Wiki]
Rather uncommon piece of Shakesperiana, RBH has their most recent listing from 1911, wherein the work is termed "extremely rare"