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Bibliography of Philosophical Works by Women of the Early Modern Period (~1550-1830)TitleYear (Enter different editions separately. Notes can be used to indicate significant differences between editions if known)Place of PublicationPublisher# of pageslocation of physical copies (include call numbers if available) location and form of digitization (i.e, image (non-searchable); transcription; other) translation (year, language) [please create separate entry with more complete information]
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1This bibliography aims to survey and catalog philosophical works written by women in the early modern period (roughly 1550-1830), with particular attention to (a) specifying the location of the actual copies of the texts and (b) whether the works have been digitized, and if so, in what form that digitization exists. Other information, such as who wrote the Preface and to whom the work is dedicated, or whether the work is translated, can help in identifying networks and influence. When the texts have been read, the bibliography can also provide keywords describing the text.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies for the advancement of their true and greatest interest by a lover of her sex1695LondonR.Wilkin142British Library- General Reference Collection 1031.c.16. EEBO - images only, not searchableThe second edition corrected, originally published anonymously.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies wherein a method is offer'd for the improvement of their minds1697LondonRichard Wilkin298British Library- General Reference Collection 1031.c.17. EEBO- images and pdf available, not searchableHRH Princess Anne of Denmark
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Astell, MarySix familiar essays upon marriage, crosses in love, sickness, death, loyalty and friendship written by a lady1696LondonTho. Bennet110Cambridge University LibraryEEBO- images and full text, searchableAttributed to Mary Astell. Cf. Wing.
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Astell, MarySome reflections upon marriage occasion'd by the Duke and Duchess of Mazarine's case, which is also considered1700LondonJohn Nutt98Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery- Rare Books 57724EEBO- images and full text, searchableFirst edition, published anonymously. Imperfect: pages tightly bound with loss of text
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Astell, MaryBart'lemy Fair: or, an inquiry after wit; in which due respect is had to a letter concerning enthusiasm, to my Lord ***, By Mr Wotton1709LondonR. Wilkin179British Library- General Reference Collection T. 1767ECCO- images, fuzzy searchSociety of the Kit-CatsPublished under pseudonym "Mr. Wotton", a response to Lord Shaftesbury's "Letter Conerning Enthusiasm", Published in 1722 under the title "An Enquiry After Wit"
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Astell, MaryAn enquiry after wit: wherein the trifling arguing and impious raillery of the late Earl of Shaftsbury, in his Letter concerning enthusiasm, and other Profane Writers, are fully answer'd, and justly Exposed. Answer a Fool according to his Folly, lest he be wise in his own Conceit1722LondonJohn Bateman184British Library- General Reference Collection 701.f.3ECCO- images, fuzzy searchSociety of the Kit-CatsPublished anonymously, second edition, first published under title "Bart'lemy Fair"
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Astell, MaryThe Christian religion, as profess'd by a daughter of the Church of England1705LondonR. Wilkin463University of Texas- Harry Ransom Centre Book Collection BV 4510 A2 A83ECCO-images, fuzzy searchPublished anonymously, with index
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Astell, MaryA fair way with the dissenters and their patrons. Not Writ by Mr. L-----y, or any other Furious Jacobite, whether Clergyman or Layman; but by a very Moderate Person and Dutiful Subject to the Queen.1704LondonR. Wilkin35British Library- General Reference Collection 698.i.41ECCO- images, fuzzy searchPublished anonymously. Mispagination without interruption of text. A reply to 'The shortest way with the dissenters' by Daniel Defoe, with a 'Postscript concerning Moderation still a vertue'
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Astell, MaryAn impartial enquiry into the causes of rebellion and civil war in this kingdom: In an examination of Dr. Kennett's sermon, Jan. 31. 1703/4. And Vindication of the Royal Martyr.1704LondonR.Wilkin57British Library- General Reference Collection 1093.c.86ECCO-images, fuzzy searchPublished anonymously. Missing pp. 59-64
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Astell, MaryModeration truly stated: or, a review of a late pamphlet, entitul'd, Moderation a vertue. With a prefatory discourse to Dr. D'Aveanant, concerning his late essays on peace and war.1704LondonR. Wilkin190British Library- General Reference Collection 110.f.33 and DRT Digital Store 1560/4067.(1.)ECCO- images, fuzzy searchDr. D'AvenantPublished anonymously. Prefatory discourse signed "Tom. Single". 'Moderation a virtue' is by James Owen.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies, for the advancement of their true and greatest interest by a lover of her sex.1694LondonR. Wilkin172Yale University Library- Beinecke (non-circulating): Kn83 694aEEBO- images and full text- searchableFirst edition, published anonymously.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies for the advancement of their true and greatest interest. by a lover of her sex. Part I1696LondonR.Wilkin120The British LibraryEEBO- images only, not searchableThird edition corrected, published anonymously.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies, for the advancement of their true and greatest interest. In two parts. By a lover of her sex.1697LondonR. Wilkin111 (pt. 1), 298 (pt 2)The British LibraryEEBO- images only, not searchableHRH the Princess Ann of DenmarkThird edition with an added second part, published anonymously. Part 2 has separate dated title page, pagination and register.
With a final advertisement leaf.
The second part is also issued separately.
Includes index for each part.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies. wherein a method is offer'd for the improvement of their minds.1697LondonR.Wilkin298The British Library- General Reference Collection 1031.c.17. EEBO- images only, not searchableHRH the Princess Ann of DenmarkSecond part to the Serious Proposal originally published anonymously in 1697, 3 years after first publication of the first part. Also published with the first part in a complete volume.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies, for the advancement of their true and greatest interest. In two parts. By a lover of her sex.1697 [1701]LondonR.Wilkin111 (pt. 1), 298 (pt. 2)The British LibraryECCO- images, fuzzy searchHRH the Princess Ann of DenmarkFourth Edition (1701) with an added second part (1697), published anonymously. Each part has separate titlepage, pagination and register; the general titlepage and the titlepage to the second part are dated 1697, while the titlepage to the first part is dated 1701 and with edition and imprint as "The fourth edition.
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Astell, MaryA serious proposal to the ladies, for the advancement of their true and greatest interest. Part I. By a Lover of her sex.1701LondonR. Wilkin111Bodleian Library (Oxford)-Radcl. f.130 (1) ECCO- images, fuzzy searchFourth Edition, published anonymously. No dedication. Also issued as part of: Mary Astell's 'A serious proposal to the ladies', London, 1697 [1701].
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Astell, MarySome reflections upon marriage1703LondonR. Wilkin98Harvard University Houghton Library: EC7 As824 700sbECCO- images, fuzzy searchSecond edition, originally published anonymously. First published in 1700 as 'Some reflections upon marriage occasioned by the Duke and Dutchess of Mazarine's case'.
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Astell, MaryReflections Upon Marriage1706LondonR. Wilkin93 (mispagination with continuous text)The British Library: General Reference Collection 8415.bb.27. ECCO-images, fuzzy searchThird edition with added preface, originally published anonymously.
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Astell, MarySome Reflections Upon Marriage1730LondonWilliam Parker180John Rylands University Library of Manchester- Special Collections 7152.1 ECCO- images, fuzzy searchFourth Edition with additions, published anonymously.
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Astell, MarySome Reflections Upon Marriage1730DublinS. Hyde and E. Dobson, and for R. Gunne and R. Owen79Cambridge University Library- UL Rare Books Room (Not borrowable) – Hib.8.730.2ECCO-images, fuzzy searchFifth edition with additions, published anonymously.
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Astell, MaryThe Christian religion, as profess'd by a daughter of the Church of England1717LondonR. Wilkin374British Library, London, England, RB.23.a.8374ECCO- images only, fuzzy searchSecond Edition with errata, updated bible verse on title page. Lacks table of contents
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Astell, Mary (with John Norris)Letters concerning the love of God1695LondonSamuel Manship ...and Richard WilkinBristol Public LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchable
First edition, originally published anonymously (Astell).
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Astell, Mary (with John Norris)Letters concerning the love of God, between the author of The proposal to the ladies and Mr. John Norris: Wherein his late Discourse, shewing, That it ought to be intire and exclusive of all other Loves, is further Cleared and Justified.1705LondonSamuel Manship ...and Richard Wilkin203The British Library: General Reference Collection 4406.d.102.ECCO-images, fuzzy searchSecond Edition, corrected. Originally published anonymously (Astell)
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Astell, Mary (with John Norris)Letters concerning the love of God, between the author of The proposal to the ladies and Mr. John Norris: Wherein his late Discourse, shewing, That it ought to be intire and exclusive of all other Loves, is further Cleared and Justified.1730LondonEdmund Parker238The British Library General Reference Collection 4397.bb.105ECCO-images, fuzzy searchThird Edition, corrected. Originally published anonymously (Astell)
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Astell, Mary & Patricia Springborg (ed.)
Mary Astell's A Serious Proposal to the Ladies (1694)1997London Piclering & Chatto204SFU Bennett Library, HQ 1596 A87 1997Reprinted diplomatic edition with introduction and commentary
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Astell, Mary & Patricia Springborg (ed.)Mary Astell's A Serious Proposal to the Ladies parts II (1694) and II (1697) 2002Peterborough, OntarioBroadview Press301SFU Bennett Library -- HQ 1596 A87 1997Proquest Ebrary full text, searchableReprinted diplomatic edition with introduction and commentary
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Astell, Mary & Patricia Springborg (ed)Astell: Political Writings1996CambridgeCambridge University Press289SFU Bennett Library- JA 84 G7 M37 1996Reprinted with intorduction and commentary: Reflections upon Marriage, A Fair Way with Dissenters and their Patrons, & An Impartial Enquiry into the Causes of Rebellion
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Behn, Aphra (translation)AEsop's fables, with his life: in English, French, and Latin / newly translated; illustrated with one hundred and twelve sculptures; to this edition are likewise added thirty one new figures representing his life, by Francis Barlow1666LondonPrinted by R. Newcomb for Francis Barlow, sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster313Huntington LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchableThis edition translated in English, French, and Latin
The Right Honourable William Earl of Devonshire, & c., by Francis Barlow
"'The ingenious Mrs. A. Behn has been so obliging as to perform the English poetry ...'--To the reader. Date of publication suggested by Wing. Imperfect: stained and tightly bound with slight loss of print; signature Ggg2 (p. 191-192) lacking" (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe amorous prince, or, The curious husband a comedy / by Mrs. A. Behn.1671LondonPrinted by J.M. for Thomas Dring[4], 82Wesleyan University Olin Library, Landesbibliothek Coburg, Universitätsbibliothek Bamberg, Universitätsbibliothek Bayreuth Library, Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg (Hauptbibliothek Library), Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Staatliche Bibliothek Regensburg, Universitatsbibliothek Regensburg, Universitatsbibliothek Augsburg, Universitätsbibliothek LMU München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Library, University of British Columbia, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Simon Fraser University W.A.C. Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 14:7) etc.EEBO - full text, searchable"'Built on the novel of the Curious impertinent, and on Davenport's City night-cap.'--Baker, Biog. Dram. cf. also Works of A. Behn, ed. by M. Summers, v. 4." (EEBO) "City night-cap" and "The amorous prince, or, The curious husband a comedy, as it is acted at his Royal Highness, the Duke of York's theatre" are additional titlesERL
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Behn, AphraThe forc'd marriage, or, The jealous bridegroom a tragi-comedy: as it is acted at His Highnesse the Duke of Yorks theatre / written by A. Behn.1671LondonPrinted by H.L. and R.B. for James Mangus[6], 89Huntington Library, Simon Fraser University W.A.C. Bennett Library, Northwestern Library, Duke University Library, Landesbibliothek Coburg, Universitätsbibliothek Bamberg, Universitätsbibliothek Bayreuth Library, Universitätsbibliothek Erlangen-Nürnberg, Hauptbibliothek Library, Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Staatliche Bibliothek Regensburg, Universitatsbibliothek Regensburg, Universitatsbibliothek Augsburg, Universitätsbibliothek LMU München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Library, etc.EEBO - full text, searchableERL
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Behn, AphraThe forc'd marriage, or, The jealous bridegroom a tragi-comedy: as it is acted at His Highnesse the Duke of Yorks theatre / written by A. Behn.1688, 3rd EditionLondonOne ed. printed for Joseph Knapton, one ed. printed for James Knapton[6], 70Huntington LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchableIncludes the phrase "Va Mon enfant! prend ta fortune ---" on the title page.ERL
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Behn, AphraCovent Garden drolery, or, A colection, of all the choice songs, poems, prologues, and epilogues, (sung and spoken at courts and theatres)1672, 2nd edition, with additionsLondonJ. Magnes110Yale University Sterling Memorial Library"Wrongly attributed to Alexander Brome; present editor suggests Aphra Behn as possible compiler. 'Books printed for, and are to be sold by Robert Sollers': pages [111]-[112]. " (WorldCat)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Dutch lover a comedy acted at the Dvkes theatre1673LondonPrinted for Thomas Dring[12], 98, [2]Huntington Library and Art Gallery, SFU W.A.C Bennett Library, Northwestern University, National Library of Scotland, University of Oxford, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, Brandeis University Library, University of SydneyEEBO - full text, searchableIncludes a prefaratory epistle to the "Good, Sweet, Honey, Sugar-candied Reader" (9 pp.). "The plot is founded on a "pseudo-Spanish novel, entitled 'The history of Don Fenise ... 1651, by Francisco de Las Coveras.' There is of course no such Spanish author as 'the ingenious Don Francisco de las Coveras.'" Cf. Works of A. Behn, ed. by M. Summers, v. 1." (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraA Collection of poems written upon several occasions by several persons with many additions, never before in print.1673LondonPrinted for Tho. Collins, John Ford, and Will. Cademan[6], 183Huntington Library and Art Gallery, University of Alberta LibrariesEEBO - full text, searchableSir Charles Sedley listed as main author; Aphra Behn, Sir George Etherege, and John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham listed as "other authors" (EEBO). Authors other than these four are included in the work as well. "Poems." listed as an additional title.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe woman turn'd bully. A comedy. Acted at the Duke's Theatre. Licensed, July the 5th 1675. Roger L'Estrange.1675LondonPrinted by James Cottrelll for T. Dring83Huntington Library Art Collections & Botanical Gardens, Northern Illinois University, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, New York Public Library, University of Leeds, National Library of AustraliaCannot access eBook, but several libraries seem to have it as listed on WorldCatERL
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Behn, AphraAbdelazer, or, The Moor's revenge a tragedy, as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's Theatre1677LondonPrinted for J. Magnes and R. Bentley[4], 71Folger Shakespeare Library, SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 15:3), The Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, University of Toledo Wlliam S. Carlson Library, University of Dayton, Xavier University, State Library of Ohio, Cleveland Marshall College of Law Library, Cleaveland State University Michael Schwartz Library, Bibliotheque nationale de FranceEEBO - full text, searchable"An alteration of Lust's dominion, or, The lascivious queen, printed in 1657 and erroneously attributed to Marlow." (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraAbdelazer, or, The Moor's revenge a tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by Their Majesties servants1693LondonPrinted for Thomas Chapman[2], 64British Library. Microforms at SFU WAC Bennett Library, Northwestern University, etc.EEBO - images only, not searchableTitle page says "Written by Mrs. Anne Behn." It looks like EEBO's scanned images cut off before the end of the work. In 1695(?), Henry Pursell wrote "A new song sung in Abdelazar of The moor's reuenge" which starts "Lucinda is bewitching fair." It was "composed for a revival of the play by A. Behn" (EEBO).ERL
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Behn, AphraThe debauchee, or, The credulous cuckold a comedy acted at His Highness the Duke of York's Theatre1677LondonPrinted for John Amery[6], 63, [1]Huntington Library, University of British Columbia, Western Washington University, University of Victoria, Arizona State University, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Library, Cleveland Public Library, Duke University, Yale University Sterling Memorial Library, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable"Madd couple well matcht" is an additional title, and Richard Brome is listed as an "other author." "An anonymous alteration of "A madd couple well matcht." Not included in Summer's edition of Mrs. Behn's Works, 1915, though the editor thinks "it is no doubt from her pen," and that "all the best critics with one accord ascribe it to her." cf. v. 1, p.xxxvi." (EEBO). "Written by Mr. E.R." is written right after the epilogue on the last page.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe rover, or, The banish't cavaliers as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's theatre1677LondonPrinted for John Amery[6], 83, [2]
Huntington Library and Art Gallery, SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel.15), Northwestern University, OU Libraries - Norman Campus Bizzell Memorial Library, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, Brandeis University Library, Alexander Turnbull Library - National Library of New Zealand, University of SydneyEEBO - full text, searchable"Thomaso" listed as an additional title, and Thomas Killigrew as an "other author." "Attributed to Alphra Behn. Cf. BLC. 'The entire plan and many details of both parts of The rover are taken openly and unreservedly from Tom Killigrew's Thomaso, or The wanderer, an unacted comedy likewise in two parts' -- Works of A. Behn, ed. by M. Summers, v. 1" (EEBO).ERL
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Behn, AphraThe rover, or, The banish't cavaliers as it was acted by His Majesty's servants, at the theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields1697, 2nd EditionLondonPrinted by J. Orme for Richard Wellington68British LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchable"Advertisement at foot of [title page]. Error in paging: page 5 minsumbered 1" (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Rover: or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.1709LondonWilliam Lewis, for Richard Wellington87Cambridge University Library, British Library (11773.g.14), Oxford University Bodleian Library (Mal. B293(2), Oxford University Christ Church (Brady 62), Oxford University Worcester College Library, University of Alberta (PR3317.R87 1709), University of California (PR3317.R81 1709), Huntington Art Collections and Botanical Gardens (79044), Yale University (Plays 227), Folger Shakespeare (PR3317.R7 1709), University of Florida (PR1241.O421 v.12 no.2), Newberry (Case 4A3168), University of Illinois (Case 4A3168), Harvard University (EC65.B3957.677rc), Princeton University (PR3317.R58 1709), Columbia University (B823.B392V5), University of Texas (Aj.B396.677rc2cop) and (PR3317.R58 1709), University of VirginiaECCO - Images, fuzzy searchPart 1 of The Rover in this volume.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Rover: or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. A Comedy. Written by the Ingenious Mrs. Behn.1724DublinPrinted by J. Watts for W. Smith99Trinity College Library (190.s.43 no.4), Oxford University Bodleian Library (Vet.A4f.1122), Rice University (Axson PR3317.R58 1724)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchERL
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Behn, AphraThe Rover; or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. A Comedy, As it is Now Acted by His Majesty's Servants. Written by Mrs. Behn.1729LondonPrinted for John Darby, Arthur Bettesworth, and Francis Clay, in trust for Richard, James, and Bethel Wellington95Trinity College (OLS B.3.275 no.5), National Library of Scotland (Nha.T72(5)), Oxford University Bodleian Library (Vet.A4 f.550(1)), University of California (PR3317.R81 1729), Folger Shakespeare (PR1241.S7 v.4), The Lilly Library (University of Indiana), University of Illinois, University of Michigan (RBR PR3317.R85 1729), Rice University (Axson PR3317.R58 1729), University of Texas (PR3671.S75F3 1723) University of Sydney Fisher Library (RB 4629.11)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchERL
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Behn, AphraThe Rover: or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. A Comedy. As it is now Acted by His Majesty's Servants. Written by Mrs. Behn.1735LondonPrinted for W. Feales, R. Wellington, C. Corbett, J. Brindley, A. Bettesworth, and F. Clay, in trust for B. Wellington96Cambridge University (5721.d.7343), British Library (11775.b.11), Oxford University Bodleian Library (Vet. A4 f. 706(4)) and (Harding D2430(3)), Oxford University Worcester College, Yale University (1981 227), Folger Shakespeare (PR3317.R7 1735), Princeton University (ThX 3593.B86 v.39)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchIncludes an illustration of a man and a woman on the first scanned page. "Titlepage in red and black. The first part only." (ECCO)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Rover: or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. A Comedy. Written by the Ingenious Mrs. Behn.1741DublinPrinted by S. Powell for W. Smith95National Library of Ireland (Dublin 1741(2)) and (J.82249.BEH/1741), Oxford University Bodleian Library (M.adds.108f.79(3)) and (Vet.A5e.1487(4)), University of Kansas Spencer Research (OHeg B2570.6 1741), Harvard University (15482.19.10.4), Rice University (Axson PR3317.R58 1741)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchERL
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Behn, AphraThe Rover: or, the Banish'd Cavaliers. A Comedy, With the Alterations, as it now Reviv'd and Acting at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.1757LondonPrinted for J. Lloyd and J. Reason64Dublin Honourable Society of King's Inn, British Library (643.h.9(7)), McMaster University (Disbd), Huntington Art Collections and Botanical Gardens (K-D 257), University of Chicago (PR3317.R8 1677), Duke University (RBR E.P723D v.97), Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt-Dietrich (C7102.766c) and (EC65.B3958.677r.1757), Rice University (Axson PR3317.R58 1757), University of Texas (Wj.B396.677rg)ECCO - Images, fuzzy search"Anonymous. By Aphra Behn. The first part only, the alterations consisting largely of cuts. Braces in title. Price from imprint: price One Shilling." (ECCO). Seems to cut off before the end of the play.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe town-fopp, or, Sir Timothy Tawdrey a comedy: as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's theatre1677LondonPrinted by T.N. for James Magnes and Rich. Bentley[4], 66, [2]Huntington Library, SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 14:2), Auburn University, University of Virginia Libraries, UNB Libraries, University of Minnesota, University of Washington Libraries, University of Alberta Libraries, Stanford University Library, Princeton University Library, Columbia University Library, etc.EEBO - full text, searchableGeorge Wilkins listed as an "other author." "'Great part of this play ... is borrowed from George Wilkin's comedy called The miseries of enforced marriage.'--Baker, Biog. dram. Cf. also Works of A. Behn, ed. by M. Summers, v. 3" (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe town-fopp, or, Sir Timothy Tawdrey a comedy as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's theatre1699LondonPrinted for R. Wellington, B. Lintott, and E. Rumbold[2], 58, [1]British LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchableERL
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Behn, AphraThe counterfeit bridegroom, or, The defeated widow: a comedy, as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Duke's Theatre1677LondonPrinted for Langley Curtiss[4], 58, [1]Huntington LibraryEEBO - full text, searchableThomas Middleton listed as the main author on EEBO; Aphra Behn and Thomas Betterton as "other authors." "An alteration of Middleton's 'No wit, no help like a woman's', ascribed to Mrs. Behn and to Betterton. Cf. Genest's Account of the English stage, v. 1, p. 212-213; A. Nicoll's History of restoration drama, 1660-1700, p. 247." (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraSir Patient Fancy a comedy: as it is acted at the Duke's Theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn1678LondonPrinted by E. Flesher for Richard Tonson and Jacob Tonson[6], 91, [1]British Library, Bayerische Staatsbiblithek Library, SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 14:9), University of Washington Libraries, University of Alberta Libraries, Stanford University Library, Virginia Tech, Princeton University, Columbia University LibrariesEEBO - full text, searchable"Based on: several of Molière's plays, especially on 'Le malade imaginaire'" (EEBO). Includes a note "To the Reader" written by the person who printed the play.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe lives of sundry notorious villains, memorable for their base and abominable actions together with a novel as it really happened at Roan in France1678LondonPrinted for the author, and sold by Sam. Crouch[11], 167British Library, University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, Concordia University, Northwestern University, University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Library, Concordia University, Princeton University, etc.EEBO - full text, searchableMarked as "Licensed, Octob. 24. 1677. Ro. L'Estrange" before the title page. Includes a note "To the Reader" and a list of "Books sold by Samuel Crouch" before the work.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe feign'd curtizans, or, A nights intrigue. A comedy: as it is acted at the Dukes Theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn1679LondonPrinted for Jacob Tonson[8], 71, [1]British Library, Bodleian Library, Stanford University, University of Alberta, Princeton University, Columbia UniversityEEBO - full text, searchableMrs. Ellen GuinERL
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Behn, AphraThe feign'd curtizans, or, A nights intrigue. A comedy: as it is acted at the Dukes Theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn1679, 2nd Edition (See Note)LondonPrinted for Richard Tonson and Jacob Tonson[8], 71, [1]Harvard University Library, SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 14:8), Northwestern University, Duke University Perkins Library, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, etc.EEBO - images only, not searchableMrs. Ellen GuinSome (eg. SFU's library database) seem uncertain as to whether this is a second edition, or just a varient printing which includes Richard Tonson's name in the imprint. EEBO lists as a second edition.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe revenge, or, A match in Newgate: a comedy.1680LondonPrinted for W. Cademan68University of Oxford, University of Washington, University of Alberta, Stanford University, Cleveland Public Library, ProQuest LLC, searchable, unlimited user accessFull title on the SFU library database is "The revenge, or, A match in Newgate: a comedy. As it was acted at the Dukes theatre London: Printed for W. Cademan [etc.]." It also notes "preliminaries omitted."ERL
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Behn, AphraThe loves of Damon and Sappho: or: The sheperd crown'd with good success1680LondonPrinted for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, J. Clarke, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger1Harvard University Houghton Library, British LibraryEEBO - full text, searchable"The first 2 of the 10 stanzas are by Aphra Behn, from her play The City Heiress" (Worldcat). Author on EEBO listed as Anonymous, so the work doesn't appear if you search her name. Full title is "The loves of Damon and Sappho: or: The shepherd crown'd with good success. You lovers all that would successful be; be not too bashful, but in love be free: time but your passion and you'l never fail, there is a time when you'l be sure prevail. Maids will deny, its true, but soon will yield, if once you charge, they soon will lose the field: though they deny, it is but for a fashion, for when they do, they have the greatest passion. A pleasant new play-house song, to the tune of, Hail to the myrtle shades."ERL
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Behn, AphraYoung Jemmy: or, The princely shepherd Being a most pleasant and delightful new song. In blest Arcadia where each shepherd feeds, his numerous flocks, and tunes on slender reeds; his song of love, while the fair nimphs trip round, the chief amongst 'um was young Jemmy found: for he with glances could enslave each heart, but fond ambition made him to depart; the fields to court, led on by such as sought to blast his vertues, which much sorrow brought. To a pleasant new play-house tune. Or, in January last, or, The gowlin.1681LondonPhillip Brooksby11. Bodleian Library (Oxford), 2. Harvard University Houghton Library, British Library. (See Note)EEBO - 1. Image only, not searchable. 2. Full text, searchable.There are two versions of this work with the same publication date on EEBO. 1. has 5 woodcuts, 2. has 4 woodcuts. Both of these versions include "6 additional stanzas by another hand" (Worldcat). "Place, date of publication and publisher's name from Wing CD-ROM, 1996" (EEBO). Additonal titles are "Princely Shepard," "In January Last," and "Gowlin." There is another edition (same publication year) entitled "A most excellent new ballad: to a most excellent new tune, called Young Jamey" which includes only the 4 stanzas written by Behn. See below. Worldcat also has two listings of this work with the publication date "1683?," but there do not appear to be any accessible digital copies of this possible publication (print book at the British Library).ERL
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Behn, AphraA most excellent new ballad: to a most excellent new tune, called Young Jamey1681?London1Harvard University Houghton Library (EB65 B3957 681m), Harvard Law School Library, University of Victoria, University of Calgary Taylor Family Digital Library, University of Michigan, Cleveland Public Library, Mississippi State University, Concordia University, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, Rutgers UniversityEEBO - image only, not searchable. University of California, Santa Barbara, "English Broadside Ballad Archive" - full text, searchable. (http://ebba.english.ucsb.edu/ballad/34590/xml)This work includes only the 4 stanzas written by Behn from the work listed above. The work is written on the Duke of Monmouth (Worldcat). The version on EEBO has the author listed as Anonymous.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe second part of The rover as it is acted by the servants of His Royal Highness / written by A. Behn.1681LondonPrinted for Jacob Tonson[8], 85, [2]Huntington Library, SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel. 15), Northwestern University, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, Brandeis University, National Library of Scotland, University of SydneyEEBO - images only, not searchable. Worldcat lists that other universities have access to an eBook version (University of Victoria, University of Regina, Cornell University, Virginia Tech), or a computer file of the work (many German universities).Imprint date is 1631, but EEBO and Worldcat both list it as 1681. "'The success of the 1st part induced Mrs. Behn to write the 2d part - she had again recourse to Killegrew, but she now could pillage only thos scenes ... which in the first instance she had properly rejected' - Genest. Acct. of Eng. stage" (EEBO). "Thomaso" listed as an additional title, and Thomas Killigrew as an "other author."ERL
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Behn, AphraFloriana. A pastoral, upon the death of Her Grace the Duchess of Southampton.1681LondonPrinted for Samuel Cooke4British Library, Bodleian Library (Oxford), University of Minnesota - Rodney A. Briggs Library and Kathryn A. Martin Library, Newberry Library, University of Texas at Austin Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterEEBO - full text, searchableThis work has an anonymous author. Richard Duke is listed as the author on EEBO, thought they note that the work is "sometimes attributed to Aphra Behn," such as in the Wrenn Catalogue. The Duchess of Southampton to which the work refers is Mary Fitzroy (d. 1681?). There are two versions of this work (with the same publication date) on EEBO; one is searchable and the other is just images.ERL
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Behn, AphraA prologue to her new play called Like father, like son, or, The mistaken brothers by Mrs. Behn1682LondonPrinted for J.V.2Huntington Library, National Library of Scotland, University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, University of Alberta, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Library, Duke University Perkins LibraryEEBO - full text, searchable"The play was apparently never published" (Worldcat).ERL
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Behn, AphraThe false count, or, A new way to play an old game as it is acted at the Duke's theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn1682LondonPrinted by M. Flesher for Jacob Tonson[4], 65, [2]Library of CongressEEBO - full text, searchable
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Behn, AphraA farce call'd the false count, or, A new way to play an old game as it is acted at the Duke's theatre / written by Mrs. A. Behn1682, 2nd ed? (see Note)LondonPrinted by M. Flesher for Jacob Tonson[4], 65, [2]Harvard University LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchable. Pages slightly creased, which results in imperfect images.EEBO lists this as the 2nd edition, but it is published in the same year, it has the same number of pages as the other edition, and there are no notes on the title page which suggest it is a later edition. The title page from the previous entry (the 1st edition) is included in this work as well, immediately following the new title page which includes "A Farce Call'd" and "Licensed July 21. 1681. Charles Killigrew." I am unsure as to if it is actually a 2nd edition, or if it is the same work with a slightly different title page. "The Cambridge Companion to English Restoration Theatre" by Deborah Payne Fisk (Google books) says that "The False Count was published with two different title pages, one which puts the genre first," so EEBO may be incorrect on this.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe false count, or, A new way to play an old game a comedy as is acted at the Theater-Royal by His Majesty's servants / written by Mrs. A. Behn.1697LondonPrinted by Jacob Tonson[2], 67Bodleian Library. Microforms at University of British Columbia, University of Victora, etc.EEBO - images only, not searchableERL
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Behn, AphraThe Roundheads, or, The good old cause a comedy as it is acted at His Royal Highness the Dukes Theatre1682LondonPrinted for D. Brown and H. Rhodes[8], 56, [2]Huntington Library, Microforms at SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel.14), Duke University Perkins Library, Harvard University Houghton Library, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable
The Right Noble Henry Fitz-Roy, Duke of Grafton, Earle of Sutton, Viscount of Ipswich, Baron of Sudbury, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and Colonell of his Magesties Regiment of Foot Guards, & c.
"'Great part, both of the plot and language of this play, is borrowed from Tatham's comedy called, The Rump'-- Baker, D.E. Biog. dram." (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Roundheads, or, The good old cause a comedy as it is acted at the Duke's theatre1698LondonPrinted for Richard Wellington, sold by Percivil Gilborne and Bernard Lintott[8], 56Harvard University LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchable
The Right Noble Henry Fitz-Roy, Duke of Grafton, Earle of Sutton, Viscount of Ipswich, Baron of Sudbury, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and Colonell of his Magesties Regiment of Foot Guards, & c.
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Behn, AphraThe city-heiress, or, Sir Timothy Treat-all a comedy: as it is acted at His Royal Highness his theatre1682LondonPrinted for D. Brown and H. Rhodes[8], 61, [2]Yale University Library. Microforms at SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 14:3), Northwestern University, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable
The Right Honourable Henry Early of Arundel, and Lord Mowbray
Prologue written by Mr. Otway, epilogue "written by a Person of Quality." "Mad world, my masters" and "Guardian" are additonal titles. Thomas Middleton and Philip Massinger are listed as "other authors." "In great measure borrowed from Middleton's Mad world my masters, and from Massinger's Guardian. Cf. Summers, M., ed. Works of A. Behn, v. 2." (EEBO)ERL
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Behn, AphraThe city-heiress: or, Sir Timothy Treat-all. A comedy : as it is acted at His Royal Highness his theatre.1698, 2nd EditionLondonPrinted for Richard Wellington, sold by Percivil Gilborne and Bernard Lintott[7], 61, [6]Columbia University Library, University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus)EEBO - images only, not searchable
The Right Honourable Henry Early of Arundel, and Lord Mowbray
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Behn, AphraPrologue to Romulus spoken by Mrs. Butler / written by Mrs. Behn1682LondonPrinted by Nath. Thompson2Harvard University Library. Microforms at University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, University of Alberta, etc.EEBO - full text, searchableAlso includes an epilgoue.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Ten Pleasures of Marriage and the Confessions of the New Marries Couple1682LondonPrivately printed for the Narrative Soc.Listed on Worldcat, but I can't find the work in physical or electronic form anywhere else. There is an edition from 1922 which is held at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Libraries, the IRIS Consortium Library, and the Harvard University Biblioteca Berenson - Villa I Tatti (print book format).ERL
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Behn, AphraThe young king, or, The mistake as 'tis acted at His Royal Highness, the Dukes Theatre / written by A. Behn1683LondonPrinted for D. Brown, T. Benskin, and H. Rhodes[6], 63, [1]British Library. Microforms at SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 14:6), Northwestern University, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable
Philaster (dedication signed by Astrea)
"Cléopatre" and "Vida es sueño" are additional titles. La Calprenède, Gaultier de Coste, seigneur de (d. 1663) and Calderón de la Barca, Pedro, (1600-1681) are listed as "other authors." "The plot is based on the 8th part of La Calprenède's romance of Cléopatre, and Caldron's La vida es sueño. Cf. Baker, Biog. dram., and Works of A. Behn, ed. by M. Summers, v. 2" (EEBO).ERL
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Behn, AphraThe young king, or, The mistake as it is acted at the Duke's theatre1698LondonPrinted for Richard Wellington, sold by Percivil Gilborne and Bernard Lintott6, 3-63, [1]British LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchable
Philaster (dedication signed by Astrea)
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Behn, AphraRomulus and Herilia, or, The Sabine war a tragedy acted at the Dukes Theatre1683LondonPrinted for D. Brown and T. Benskin[4], 62, [2]Newberry LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchable - "Imperfect: stained, cropped, with print show-through, and loss of text" (EEBO notes).Includes a quote by Ovid on the title page ("Militat omnis Amans, & habet sua Castra Cupido").ERL
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Behn, AphraUpon the marriage of Prince George of Denmark with the Lady Anne: and his being install'd Knight of the Garter. A Pindarick poem.1683LondonPrinted for Walter Davis4Cambridge University Library, UCLA Library, University of Leeds, British LibraryEEBO - full text, searchableEEBO lists author as Anonymous. Includes the epigraph "Ut gaudent pater AEneas & avunculus Hector. Virg."ERL
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Behn, AphraThe Duke of Monmouth's kind answer to his mournful dutchess complaint. In the time of his absence: vvith the great acknowledgement of his princely father's love, whose mercy is beyond compare, and pitty admired by all the A︠E︡uropean princes.1683LondonPrinted for Tho. Wright4Harvard University, UCLA Library, University of Texas at Austin Ransom Humanities Research CenterEEBO - full text, searchableEEBO lists James Scott, Duke of Monmouth as the author of this work. Behn is not even listed under "other authors," so the work does not appear if you search her name. However, EEBO notes that the work is "not in fact by Monmouth." Worldcat lists Behn as the author.ERL
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Behn, AphraPrologue Spoken by Mrs. Cook1684LondonPrinted for Charles Tebroc2British Library, Lambeth Palace LibraryEEBO - full text, searchable"Valentinian" and "Epilogue by a person of quality" are additional titles. Mrs. Barrey and Mrs. Cook listed as "other authors." "Place and date of publication from Wing (2nd ed.); publisher from colophon. Attributed to Aphra Behn by Wing (2nd ed.). Verso of sheet contains: Epilogue by a person of quality, spoken by Mrs. Barrey. Possibly refers to 'Valentinian,' a tragedy by John Fletcher, first pub. 1618 -- cf. ms. note on recto, ref. in text of Prologue, ref. in last line of Epilogue" (EEBO).ERL
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Behn, AphraPoems upon several occasions with, A voyage to the island of love1684LondonPrinted for R. Tonson and J. Tonson[32], 144, 128, [2]Harvard University, Bayerische Staatsbiblithek Library. Microforms at Alexander Turnbull Library - National Library of New ZealandEEBO - full text, searchable
The Right Honourable James, Earl of Salisbvry, Viscount Cramborn, and Baron of Islington
Not listed as a "Preface," but 9 letters preceed the work, many of which are composed of several stanzas. They are "To Mrs. Behn, on the Publishing of her Poems" by I. Cooper (1683), "To Astraea, on her Poems" by I.C., "To the excellent Madam Behn, on her Poems by I. Adams, "To the Author, on her Voyage to the Island of Love" by T.C., "To the Lovely Witty Astraea, on her Excellent Poems" (no author given), "Vpon these and other Excellent Works of the Incomparable Astraea" (no author given, very long), "To the excellent Astraea" by I.W., "To Madam A. Behn on the publication of her Poems" by F.N.W., and "To Madam Behn, on her Poems" by H. WatsonIncludes a table of contents at the end.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe land of love. A poem.1717LondonPrinted by H. Meere for C. King in Westminster-Hall and A. Bettesworth in Pater-Noster Row72British Library (11632.a.24), Huntington Art Collections and Botanical Gardens (112081), University of Kansas Spencer Research (Horn B31 item 4)ECCO - Images, fuzzy search
First scanned page is an illustration of people arriving to the land by sailboat. "Poems upon several occasions. Selections." listed as a varient title (ECCO). "Printed as 'A voyage to the isle of love' in Aphra Behn's 'Poems,' 1684, 1697." (Foxon, qtd. in ECCO notes).ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-letters between a noble-man and his sister1684LondonPrinted, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor651 scanned pages on EEBO (usually 2 pages of text per scanned page)Yale University Library. Microforms at SFU WAC Bennett Library (HQ 02 33 pt.5 reel 15:4), Northwestern University, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable
Part 1 to Tho. Condon, Esq. Part 2 to Lemuel Kingdon, Esq. Part 3 to The Lord Spencer.
3 parts (/volumes) in this edition. "Vol. [2] has imprint: London: Printed for the author, 1685. Vol. [3] has title: The amours of Philander and Silvia. 1687. Dedications of vols. [2] and [3] signed: A.B. Imaginary letters between Forde Grey, Earl of Tankerville, and his sister-in-law, Lady Henrietta Berkeley, but in reality written by Aphra Behn. Cf. Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.)" (EEBO).ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-letters from a nobleman to his sister: mixt with the history of their adventures: The second part by the same hand.1685LondonPrinted for A.B.[10], 401British LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchableLemuel Kingdon, Esq.ERL
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Behn, AphraThe amours of Philander and Silvia being the third and last part of the Love-letters between a noble-man and his sister1687LondonPrinted, and are to be sold by most book-sellers[12], 490Huntington LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchableThe Lord SpencerERL
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Behn, AphraThe amours of Philander and Silvia being the third and last part of the Love-letters between a noble-man and his sister1693LondonPrinted for Joseph Hindmarsh and Jacob Tonson[12], 490, [2]Boldeian Library, Huntington LibraryEEBO - images only, not searchableThe Lord SpencerERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister: With the History of Their Adventures. In Three Parts.1708, 3rd EditionLondonFor Daniel Brown, Jacob Tonson, John Nicholson, Benjamin Tooke, and George Strahan515British Library (1508/502), McMaster University (B13625), University of California (PR3317.L781 1708), University of Texas (PR3317.L7 1708)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchTho. Condon, Esq.Parts 1-3 included in this volume.ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister: With the History of Their Adventures. In Three Parts.1712, 4th EditionLondonPrinted for D. Brown, J. Tonson, J. Nicholson, B. Tookes, and G. Strahan516British Library (1078.d.7(2)), Oxford University Bodleian Library (Mason AA 385), University of California (PR.3317.L781.1712), Newberry, University of Illinois, Boston Public (Defoe 30.684.B39Ld), Duke University (RBR E no. 4863), Ohio State University (PR3317.L6 1712 2cop.), Alexander Turnbull Library (REng.Behn.Love.1712)ECCO - Images, fuzzy search
Tho. Condon, Esq. (Part 1), Lemuel Kingdon (Part 2), The Lord Spencer (Part 3)
"Titlepage to part II: 'Love-letters fron a nobelman to his sister;' and to part III: 'The Amours of Philander and Silva:'." (ECCO)ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister: With the History of Their Adventures. In Three Parts.1721, 6th Edition, Volume 1LondonPrinted for D. Brown, J. Tonson, B. Took, G. Strahan, S. Ballard, W. Mears, and F. Clay266National Library of Scotland (Bn. 10/2), University College of Swansea Library, Trinity College Watkinson Library, Princeton University (Ex 3624.8.357), University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt-Dietrich (Singer-Mend.EC65.B3958.684lc) and (Singer-Mend.EC65.B3958.684lf), University of Virginia (PR3317.L7 1721)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchThomas Condon, Esq."Anonymous. By Aphra Behn. Letters purporting to have passed between Forde Grey, Earl of Tankerville, and his sister-in-law, Lady Henrietta Berkeley. The titlepage to pt.2 reads 'Love-letters from a nobleman to his sister', and that to pt.3, 'The amours of Philander and Sylvia'." (ECCO)ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister: With the History of Their Adventures. In Three Parts.1721, 6th Edition, Volume 2LondonPrinted for D. Brown, J. Tonson, B. Tookes, G. Strahan, S. Ballard, W. Mears, and F. Clay325National Library of Scotland (Bn. 10/2), University College of Swansea Library, Trinity College Watkinson Library, Princeton University (Ex 3624.8.357), University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt-Dietrich (Singer-Mend.EC65.B3958.684lc) and (Singer-Mend.EC65.B3958.684lf), University of Virginia (PR3317.L7 1721)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchLemuel Kingdon, Esq.ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister: With the History of Their Adventures. In Three Parts.1721, 6th Edition, Volume 3London
Printed for D. Brown, J. Tonson, B. Tookes, G. Strahan, S. Ballard, W. Mears, and F. Clay
445National Library of Scotland (Bn. 10/2), University College of Swansea Library, Trinity College Watkinson Library, Princeton University (Ex 3624.8.357), University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt-Dietrich (Singer-Mend.EC65.B3958.684lc) and (Singer-Mend.EC65.B3958.684lf), University of Virginia (PR3317.L7 1721)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchThe Lord Spencer
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister: Viz. F---rd Lord Gr--y of Werk, and the Lady Henrietta Berk---ley, Under the Borrow'd Names of Philander and Silva. Done into VERSE, by the Author of the Letters from a Nun to a Cavalier. The Second Edition.1734, 2nd EditionLondonPrinted for Charles Corbett178British Library (11626.a.24)ECCO - Images, fuzzy search"'A versification of Aphra Behn's novel with this title, ... the lovers were Forde Grey (later Earl of Tankerville) and Lady Berkeley.' (Foxon). 'Letters from a nun' is by Joseph de Lavergne, vicomte de Guilleragues, who died in 1685, before the 'Love-letters' were completed, so he cannot be responsible for the versification. With a final advertisement leaf." (ECCO). "Love-letters between a nobleman and his sister" listed as a varient title (ECCO). Includes an illustration on the first scanned page entitled "Silvia," a brief note "To the Reader," and a table of contents before the work.ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister: Viz. F---rd Lord Gr--y of Werk, and the Lady Henrietta Berk---ley, Under the Borrow'd Names of Philander and Silva. Done into VERSE, by the Author of the Letters from a Nun to a Cavalier. The Third Edition.1739, 3rd EditionDublinPrinted for James Dalton and James Kelburn104National Library of Ireland (Dublin1739P5)ECCO - Images, fuzzy search"'A versification of Aphra Behn's novel with this title, first published in 1683; the lovers were Forde Grey (later Earl of Tankerville) and Lady Berkeley.' (Foxon). 'Letters from a nun' variously attributed to Sir Roger L'Estrange and Morgan Keene. With a final advertisement leaf." (ECCO) "Love-letters between a nobleman and his sister" listed as a varient title (ECCO). Includes the table of contents and "To the Reader" note as in the 2nd ed., but not the illustration.ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister; with the History of their Adventures. In Three Parts.1735LondonPrinted by T. Read283Birmingham Central Libraries (LL A Q 823.44), British Library (RB.23.b.5487), Oxford University Bodleian Library (Vet A4 c.45), Trinity College Watkinson Library (qPR3317.L5 1735), United States Library of Congress (PR3317.L7 1735)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchIncludes a quote by Dryden on the title page ("No Law is made for Love: Law is to Things which to free Choice relate; Love is not in our Choice, but in our Fate.") "Anonymous. By Aphra Behn. Letters purporting to have passed between Forde Grey, Earl of Tankerville, and his sister-in-law, Lady Henrietta Berkeley." (ECCO)ERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister. With the History of their Adventures. In Three Parts. The Eighth Edition.1765, 8th Edition, Volume 1LondonPrinted for L. Hawes and Co. S. Crowder, W. Johnston, B. Law, and R. Withy309British Library (12614.cc.1)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchVolume 1 does not include an epistle dedicatory, though Volume 2 doesERL
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Behn, AphraLove-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister. With the History of their Adventures. In Three Parts. The Eighth Edition.1765, 8th Edition, Volume 2LondonPrinted for L. Hawes and Co. S. Crowder, W. Johnston, B. Law, and R. Withy286British Library (12614.cc.1)ECCO - Images, fuzzy searchThe Lord SpencerTitle page of Vol. 2 in full reads "The Amours of Philander and Sylvia: Being the third and last Part of Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and his Sister. To which is added, the Trial of Ford Lord Grey. Volume the Second. The Eighth Edition." "Letters purporting to have passed between Ford Grey, Earl of Tankerville, and his sister-in-law Lady Henrietta Berkeley." (ECCO).ERL
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Behn, AphraA Pindarick on the death of our late sovereign with an ancient prophecy on his present Majesty / written by A. Behn.1685, 2nd Edition? (See Note)London & DublinLondon: Printed by J. Playford for Henry Playford. Dublin: Reprinted by Andrew Crook and Samuel Helsham.
[2], 5, [1]London ed.: Yale University Library, Newberry Library. Dublin ed.: Bodleian Library. Microforms at University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, University of Regina, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable of Dublin ed.The edition from Newberry is listed as a 2nd edition on EEBO with an additional title of "To his sacred Majesty, King James II," as it includes this additional work on the last page. The edition from Yale isn't listed like this, but they appear to be the exact same edition (Yale's version also has the additional piece on King James II).ERL
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Behn, AphraA pindarick on the happy coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty James II and his illustrious consort Queen Mary1685LondonPrinted by J. Playford for Henry Playford[2], 20Huntington Library. Microforms at University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, Arizona State University, etc.EEBO - full text, searchableThere are two different versions on EEBO with the same publication date. Wing B1751 "differs from Wing B1753 only in that there is added a stanza, numbered XVIII, beginning 'Behold the Royal Hero' and that stanza no. XXVIII in B1753, beginning 'And now the Earthly God' is omitted" (EEBO). There is an advertisement at the end of the work. A searchable version is available for B1751, but not B1753.ERL
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Behn, AphraA poem humbly dedicated to the great pattern [sic] of piety and virtue Catherine, Queen Dowager on the death of her dear lord and husband, King Charles II1685London & DublinLondon: Printed by J. Playford for Henry Playford. Dublin: Reprinted by Andrew Crook and Samuel Helsham.
[2], 6London ed.: Huntington Library. Dublin ed.: University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign Campus. Microforms at University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, University of Victoria, etc.EEBO - full text, searchable of London ed.The last page is listed as p. 4 when it should be p. 6.ERL
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Behn, AphraValentinian, a tragedy as 'tis alter'd by the Earl of Rochester, and acted at the Theatre-Royal: together with a preface concerning the author and his writings, by one of his friends1685LondonPrinted for Timothy Goodwin[8], 82, [1]Cambridge University LibraryEEBO - full text, searchableJohn Fletcher listed as the author on EEBO, Behn and John Willmont, Earl of Rochester listed as "other authors." "An alteration of Fletcher's play. Imperfect: The Preface concerning the Earl of Rochester by Robert Wolseley is lacking on film. Prologue spoken by Mrs. Cook ... written by Mrs. Behn" (EEBO). There isn't anything labled "preface" in the work, so I assume the Prologue by Behn is considered the preface which the title mentions.ERL
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Behn, AphraMiscellany, being a collection of poems by several hands; together with Reflections on morality, or, Senecy unmasqued1685LondonPrinted for J. Hindmarsh[14], 299, [14], 301-382Huntington Library. Microforms at University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, Concordia University, etc.EEBO - images only, not searchableBehn translated part of the work from French (see Note)Francois, duc de La Rouchefoucauld listed as the author on EEBO, Behn an "other author." "The 'Reflections on morality' (p. 301-382) are translated from the Maximes of the Duke de la Rochefoucauld. Cf. BM. The epistle dedicatory signed by the editor: A. Behn" (EEBO). "Maximes" listed as an additional title.ERL
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Behn, AphraLa montre, or, The lover's watch by Mrs. A. Behn1686LondonPrinted by R.H. for W. Canning[20], 243Harvard University Library, Yale University Sterling Memorial Library, University of OxfordEEBO - full text, searchableBehn translated from French
Peter Weston, Esq. of the Honourable Society of the Inner-Temple. (Dedication by Behn).
Monsier de Bonnecorse listed as the author, Behn as an "other author." "Translation by Mrs. Behn of: La montre / B. Bonnecorse" (EEBO). The work was licensed on Aug. 2, 1686 by R.L.S. There are many prefaratory letters before the work begins: Behn's dedication, "To the Admir'd Astrea" by Charles Cotton, "To the Incomparable Author" by N. Tate, "To the most Ingenious Astrea, upon her Book intituled, La Montre, or the Lover's Watch" by "Rich. Foerrar.", "To the Divine Astrea, on her Montre" by G.J., "To his admired Friend, the most in|genious Author" by Geo. Jenkins. An illustration of "Hours of the Day" follows these letters.ERL
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