ID 1349
Last Name Haywood
First Name Eliza
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1693
Date of Death 1756-02-25
Place of Birth
Place of Death City of Westminster
Related Firms Eliza Haywood
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/64027723/
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliza_Haywood
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/25/Eliza-haywood.jpg
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Author LOVE in Excess, OR THE FATAL ENQUIRY, A NOVEL. In vain from Fate we fly, For first or last, as all must die So 'tis as much decreed above That first or last, we all must love. 1719
Author Love in excess; or, the fatal enquiry, a novel. Part the first. By Mrs. Haywood. 1721
Publisher The Arragonian queen: a secret history. 1724
Author The Arragonian queen: a secret history. 1724
Translator Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots: being the secret history of her life, and the real causes of all her misfortunes. Containing a relation of many particular transactions in her reign; never yet published in any collection. Translated from the French. 1726
Author The Perplex'd Dutchess: or, Treachery Rewarded. Being some Memoirs of the Court of Malfy. In a Letter from a Sicilian Nobleman, who had his Residence there, to his Friend in London. To which is added Innocence Preserv'd. A Novel. 1727
Author A wife to be lett. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1735
Bookseller The Equity of Parnassus: A Poem. 1744
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits Rise, Ill Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN. 1745
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL II. Le Luxe et le Jeu sont deux grandes Sources de Misere. Ce n'est pas la Naissance, les Biens, on les grandes Emplois, qui vous rendront considerable dans le Monde, c'est l'Usage que vous en ferez. L'Abbe de Bellegarde. 1745
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL III. 1745
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. IV. Happy alone are those that can Govern the little Empire Man; Bridle their Passions and direct their Will, Thro' all the glitt'ring Paths of charming ill: Who in a fix'd unalterable State Smile at the doubtful Tide of Fate, And scorn alike her Friendship and her Hate. STEPNEY. 1745
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits rise, Ill Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN. 1746
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. II. There is a Lust in Man no Charm can tame, Of loudly publishing his Neighbour's Shame: On Eagles Wings immortal Scandles fly, While virtuous Actins are but born to die. HARV. JUV. 1746
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. III. There is a Lust in Man no Charm can tame, Of loudly publishing his Neighbour's Shame: On Eagles Wings immortal Scandles fly, While virtuous Actins are but born to die. HARV. JUV. 1746
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. IV. There is a Lust in Man no Charm can tame, Of loudly publishing his Neighbour's Shame: On Eagles Wings immortal Scandles fly, While virtuous Actins are but born to die. HARV. JUV. 1746
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. IV. There is a Lust in Man no Charm can tame, Of loudly publishing his Neighbour's Shame: On Eagles Wings immortal Scandles fly, While virtuous Actins are but born to die. HARV. JUV. 1746
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits Rise, III Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL III. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL IV. Happy alone are those that can Govern the little Empire Man; Bridle their Passions and direct their Will, Thro' all the glitt'ring Paths of charming ill: Who in a fix'd unalterable State Smile at the doubtful Tide of Fate, And scorn alike her Friendship and her Hate. STEPNEY. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits Rise, III Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN. THE THIRD EDITION. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. II. Le Luxe et le Jeu sont deux grandes Sources de Misere. Ce n'est pas la Naissance, les Biens, on les grandes Emplois, qui vous rendront considerable dans le Monde, c'est l'Usage que vous en ferez. L'Abbe de Bellegarde. THE THIRD EDITION. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. II. Le Luxe et le Jeu sont deux grandes Sources de Misere. Ce n'est pas la Naissance, les Biens, ou les grandes Emplois, qui vous rendront considerable dans le Monde, c'est l'Usage que vous en ferez. L'Abbe de Bellegarde. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. III. There is a Lust in Man no Charm can tame, Of loudly publishing his Neighbour's Shame: On Eagles Wings immortal Scandles fly, While virtuous Actins are but born to die. HARV. JUV. THE THIRD EDITION. 1747
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL. IV. Happy alone are those that can Govern the little Empire Man; Bridle their Passions and direct their Will, Thro' all the glitt'ring Paths of charming ill: Who in a fix'd unalterable State Smile at the doubtful Tide of Fate, And scorn alike her Friendship and her Hate. STEPNEY. 1747

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