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Narrative poetry, English -- Early works to 1800
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æsop revived; or, Lilliputian fables: never before published. Adorned with emblematical head pieces for the amusement and instruction of youth of both sexes
Aesop
[Deptford] : Printed and sold by J. Mackenzie, at the Printing-Office, Broad-Way, Deptford; and may be had of the booksellers in town and country, [1790?]
1790?
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Alloway kirk; or Tam O'Shanter A tale. By Robert Burns, the ayrshire poet
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796
[Glasgow? : s.n., 1797]
1797
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The Barber and fireworks. A fable. Advertisement. In a few days will be publish'd, a curious print representing the grand fireworks exhibited at Oxford, on the Thanksgiving-Day, from the tower of St. Mary Magdalen to that of St. Michael's Church. The engineers will be placed in their proper attitudes on the respective towers, with letters of reference to distinguish them by name; and a syllabus of the whole performance, contained in three acts, will be printed under the plate, for the benefit of

London : Pritned for J. Davis, near St. Paul's, and may be had at the Royal Exchange; and of all the booksellers in Oxford, [1749]
1749
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The Battle of Dereham: or The Annual Norfolk Jigg: as it was exhibited before M-G-L-V-********.

[London? : s.n.], M.DCC.LXVIII. [1768]
1768
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The battle of the Nile A descriptive poem. Addressed as a tributary wreath to nautic bravery. By a gentleman of Earl St. Vincent's Fleet
Gentleman of Earl St. Vincent's fleet
London : Printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly, 1799
1799
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The battle of the sexes A poem
Wesley, Samuel, 1691-1739
London : Printed for J. Brotherton, at the Bible in Cornhill; and sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, MDCCXXIV. [1724]
1724
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The battle of the sexes. An allegorical poem
Wesley, Samuel, 1691-1739
Glasgow : Printed and sold by Wm. Bell, 1792
1792
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The Bear, or, The lyon and Reynard. To which is added a country tale,

[Dublin] : London printed and re-printed in Dublin, 1714
1714
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The Berkshire lady in four parts

[London : s.n., 1750?]
1750?
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The black-bird's second tale. A poem. By the Author of The first honi soit qui mal y pense. Entered in the hall book according to the act
Stacy, Edmund, fl. 1710-1715
London : Printed for, and sold by Ed. Lewis in Flower-de-Luce Court in Fleet street, 1710
1710
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The Bristol watch-bill A dialogue between two brothers, or, The dismal story of Jack and the Tory. In familiar verse

Bristol : Printed for Thomas Grant, on St. James's-Back; and sold by the booksellers in town and country, [1755?]
1755?
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Brown bread and honour, a tale. Moderniz'd from an ancient manuscript of Chaucer

London : Printed for John Morphew near Stationers-Hall, 1716
1716
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The wife of Beith, reformed and corrected. Giving an account of her death, and of her journey to heaven; how, on the road, she fell in with Judas, who led her to the gate of hell, and what conversation she had with the Devil, who would not let her in: also, how at last she got to heaven, and the difficulties she encountered before she got admittance there. The whole being an allegorical dialogue, containing nothing but that which is recorded in scripture for our example
Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400
Glasgow : Printed by J. and M. Robertson, MDCCXCV. [1795]
1795
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Chivalry, no trifle--- or, The knight and his lady: a tale
Stevens, Rev
Dublin : [s.n.], Printed in the year M,DCC,XLVII. [1747]
1747
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Chivalrie, no trifle----or, The knight and his lady: a tale. To which is added, The hue and cry after Touzer and Spit-fire, the ladies two lap-dogs
Stevens, Rev
Dublin : Printed at the Sign of Sir Tady's Press, with the impression of his Lady's A-se on the Stone, M,DCC,LIV. [1754]
1754
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Contes de Vasselier, membre de l'académie de Lyon
Vasselier, Joseph, 1725-1798
Londres : [s.n.], 1800
1800
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Dame Andrews, A tale
More, Hannah, 1745-1833
Burslem : Printed by J. Tregortha, [1795?]
1795?
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The history of John Gilpin, of cheapside. Recited by the Late Mr Henderson, at Free-Masons' Tavern, London
Cowper, William, 1731-1800
[London? : s.n., 1794?]
1794?
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Edwin and Eltruda. A legendary tale. By a lady
Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827
Dublin : Printed by S. Colbert, (No. 136,) Capel-street, opposite Abbey-street, MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]
1783
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Edwy and Edilda, a tale, in five parts. By the Rev. Thomas Sedgwick Whalley, author of "A poem on Mont Blanc," &c. &c. &c. Embellished with six fine engravings, from original designs, by a young lady
Whalley, Thomas Sedgwick, 1746-1828
[Albany] : London printed: Albany: reprinted by Loring Andrews, 1800
1800
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Fables; addressed to the ladies By Dr. Cozens. [Five lines from Hawkesworth]
Cosens, Dr. (John)
Philadelphia : Printed by William Spotswood, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788
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Fables in verse for the improvement of the young and the old. By Abraham ¡sop, Esq; to which are added, fables in verse and prose. With the conversation of birds and beasts, at their several meetings, routs and assemblies. By Woglog the great giant: illustrated with a variety of curious cuts. By the best masters. And an account of the lives of the authors
Aesop, Abraham, Esq
London : Printed for the booksellers of all nations, and sold at the Bible and Sun in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCLVIII. [1758]
1758
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The Gown. A tale

Dublin : Printed for C. Jackson, bookseller, Anglesea-Street. By R. Byrn, Sycamore-Alley, M.DCC.LXXIX. [1779]
1779
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The heathen's conversion, In seven parts. The life of Jehosaphat, the son of King Avernio, of Barma in India, shewing 1st. How King Avernio, cruelly prosecuted the Christians and how he pray'd to his idols to have a child. 2d. How his Queen porv'd when child, & his reward to the idol priests. 3d. How his Queen was deliver'd of a son so was named Jebosaphat. 4th. His contrivance to have him brought up in the Heathen way. 5th. Jebosaphat's conversion to the Christian faith by an old Hermit. 6th. K
Turner, Naphtal
London : Printed and sold in Aldesmary Church Yard, London, [1740?]
1740?
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Henry and Eliza: a tale

[London] : Printed for J. Bew, No. 28, Pater Noster-Row, MDCCLXXVII. [1777]
1777
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The History of Jack Horner. Containing, the witty pranks he play'd, from his youth to his riper years, being pleasant for winter evenings

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church Yard, Bow Lane, London, [1750?]
1750?
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The history of Queen Mab; or, The court of Fairy. Being the story upon which the entertainment of Queen Mab, exhibited at Drury-lane, is founded. By Michael Drayton, Esq; a celebrated poet in the reigns of Queen Elizabeth, King James I. and Charles, I. The second edition, to which is added, an historical essay on the life and writings of the author
Drayton, Michael, 1563-1631
London : Printed for W. Reeve at Shakespear's Head, opposite Crane Court, Fleetstreet, 1751
1751
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The History of Robin Hood

[Burslem] : [P]rinted, for the travelling stationers, [1795?]
1795?
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The History of Sir Eger, Sir Grahame, and Sir Gray-Steel Newly corrected and amended

[Edinburgh? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1711
1711
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Jove's ramble A tale shewing how the moon was made of a green cheese

Dublin : Printed in Big Ship-street, 1723
1723
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The life of Hubert A narrative, descriptive, and didactic poem. (in continuation.) The second and third books. By the Late Rev. Thomas Cole, L.L.B. vicar of Dulverton in the county of Somerset
Cole, Thomas, 1726?-1796
London : Printed by Sampson Low, Berwick Street; and sold by C. Law, Ave-Maria Lane; T. Egerton, Charing Cross; and E. Booker, New Bond Street, 1797
1797
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The litchfield squabble. An humour[ous] poetical narration of the several transactions at the elections for the county of Stafford [and] city of Litchfield; the horse-race and hunting-match; with the particulars of a remarkable banging bout; the whole describing the insolence of power, the steadiness of farmers, and a true model of political madness on all sides. By Peter Plain-Truth, not Lord Puff
Plain-Truth, Peter
Dublin : Printed by Jo[s]hua Kinnier, at the Green-Man the Cor, [1747?]
1747?
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The mock senator; a pleasant Arabian tale. Written originally in Arabick by Kara Mustapha Bashaw Reis Effendi, or clerk of the scribes of the Ottoman Port, now faithfully rendred into English
Kara Mustapha
[Edinburgh? : s.n., 1721?]
1721?
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Moral tales. A Christmas night's entertainment. By Lady *******.
Hall-Stevenson, John, 1718-1785
London : Printed for T. Becket, Pall-Mall, MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]
1783
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The Muse in good humour. Or, A collection of comic tales, &c. From Chaucer, Prior, Swift, La Fontaine, Dr. King, and other eminent poets. Together with some originals. Viz. The country Squire and his man John. The curious maid. The silent flute; or The members speech to their sovereign. Hans Carvel's Ring; or A charm against cuckoldom. The lout looking for his heifer. Phyllis; or The progress of love. Little mouths. Paulo Purganti and his wife. Strephon and Chloe; or Beauty meer mortal. The amor

London : Printed for J. Noble, at Dryden's Head in St. Martin's Court, near Leicester Fields, 1744
1744
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Nature: a poem, in six books

Bristol : Printed for T. Mills, by G. Routh and Co. Corn-Street, MDCCLXXXVI. [1786]
1786
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Nature, a poem. Tending to shew, that every part in the moral world is, in a beautiful variety, regularly ordered and adjusted, to answer the several exigencies of things, and to compleat the harmony of the universe. With a particular view to the inequalities of life, it's difficulties, and uses. With some reflections on the late, and present times
Fortescue, James, 1716-1777
London : Printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; and sold by J. Fletcher, in Oxford, MDCCXLVII. [1747]
1747
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Poetical trifles. By *** **** ****.
Moore, John Henry, Sir, 1756-1780
Bath : Printed by and for R. Cruttwell; and sold by J. Dodsley, Pall-Mall; J. Robson, Bond-street; J. Almon, Piccadilly; and W. Tayler, Mitre-Court, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London, MDCCLXXIX. [1779]
1779
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A Norfolk tale; or, A journal from London to Norwich With a prologue and an epilogue
Geddes, Alexander, 1737-1802
London: : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard; and R. Faulder, New Bond-street, MDCCXCIV. [1794]
1794
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Oppression display'd; Or, The baronet and miller. A tale. In four cantos. By a trueborn Englishman
Trueborn Englishman
London : Printed for J. Wilkie, behind the Chapter-House, St. Paul's, M.DCC.LVIII. [1758]
1758
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Palemon and Lavinia, a legendary tale in two parts. Enlarged from a story in Thomson's seasons, by David Mountfort, late of the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh
Mountfort, David
Shrewsbury : Printed for the author, by P. Sandford, bookseller and stationer, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788
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The pig, and the mastiff, two tales
Wesley, Samuel, 1691-1739
London : Printed by J. Stephens, for J. Brotherton, at the Bible in Cornhill, M.DCC.XXVII. [1727]
1727
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The pig, and the mastiff. Two tales
Wesley, Samuel, 1691-1739
Dublin : Printed by J. Watts, for W. Smith, at the Dutchess's Head, in Dames-Street, MDCCXXV. [1725]
1725
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Poetical tales. By Sir Gregory Gander, Knt
Ellis, George, 1753-1815
Bath : Printed and sold by R. Cruttwell; sold also by [E]. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard, London, MDCCLXXVIII. [1778]
1778
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The poetical works of William Somerville, Esq; in two volumes. Volume the first
Somervile, William, 1675-1742
Glasgow : Printed for Robert Urie, MDCCLXVI. [1766]
1766
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Politics; or, The history of Will and Jan a tale for the times

London : Printed by A. Paris, Roll's Buildings, Fetter Lane; sold by Vernor and Hood, Birchin-lane; Sewell, Cornhi[ll] Debrett, Piccadilly; and Bell, Oxford-street, 1796
1796
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The Prude, a tale. In two canto's

Dublin : Printed and sold by Tho. Hume, in Smock-Alley, 1722
1722
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The Revolution, or The blessing of French liberty. A true story, in verse. Addressed to the people of Great Britain

London : Printed for John Hatchard, bookseller to Her Majesty: No. 173, Piccadilly, 1799
1799
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Richard and Jane, A legendary tale. By B. Lynch. In three parts Part I
Lynch, B
Dublin : Printed by James Byrn, and Son, No. 18, Sycamqre-Alley, near Dame-Street, M.DCC.LXXVII. [1777]
1777
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The Scall'd crow's nest, a tale. ...

[Dublin] : London, printed: and Dublin, Re-printed in the year, 1748
1748
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