Goldsmith: Vicar of Wakefield (1804) - unrecorded Chester edition in tree calf

The vicar of Wakefield: a tale, by Dr Goldsmith. Two volumes in one.
London: Sold by B. Crosby and Co. No. 4, Stationer's Court : and printed by C. W. Leadbeater, Chester, 1804
Pagination: 295 p.
Contemporary full tree calf, with a red morocco label to the spine. Pages 129-132 protrude very slightly from the textblock, being a little loose, but still firmly attached. 13cm tall. Some pencil marks to the title page, easily removable. Overall a fine little volume.
This 1804 edition, printed in Chester and sold in London, is unrecorded by COPAC and Worldcat , neither of which (along with ESTC, for pre-1800 books) record any other editions printed in Chester in either the eighteenth or nineteenth centuries. The text first appeared in 1766.