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Fiction -- 18th century. -- England
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The advantages and disadvantages of the marriage-state as entered into with religious or irreligious persons; represented under the similitude of a dream.
Johnson, John, 1706-1791
[Dublin] : London printed: and Dublin re-printed: by Robert Jackson bookseller in Meath-street, 1778
1778
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Court intrigues in a collection of original letters, from the island of the New Atalantis, &c. By the author of those memoirs.
Manley, Delariviere, d. 1724
London : printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and James Woodward in Scalding-Alley, near Stocks Market, 1711
1711
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The power of love: in seven novels viz. I. The fair hypocrite. II. The physician's stratagem. III. The wife's resentment. IV.V. The husband's resentment. In two examples. VI. The happy fugitives. VII. The perjur'd beauty. Never before published. By Mrs. Manley.
Manley, Delariviere, d. 1724
London : printed for John Barber on Lambeth-hill, and John Morphew, near Stationers-hall, 1720
1720
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