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 Proposals for printing by subscription, a translation from the French of the famous Monsieur Bursault, containing ten letters from a lady of quality to a chevalier: 1720
Author Love in excess; or, the fatal enquiry, a novel. Part the first. By Mrs. Haywood. 1721
Author Love in excess; or The fatal enquiry, a novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Haywood. The Fourth Edition corrected. 1722
Author Idalia: or, the unfortunate mistress. A novel. Part II. and III. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Second Edition. 1723
Author Idalia: or, The unfortunate mistress. A novel. Part II. and III. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Second Edition. 1723
Author A spy on the conjurer: or, a collection of surprising and diverting stories, with merry and ingenious letters. By way of memoirs of the famous Mr. Duncan Campbell, demonstrating the astonishing Foresight of that Wonderful Deaf and Dumb Man. The Whole being Moral and Instructive. Written to my Lord ----- by a Lady, who, for Twenty Years past, has made it her Business to observe all Transactions in the Life and Conversation of Mr. Campbell. Revised by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1724
Author A spy upon the conjurer: or, a collection of surprising stories, with names, places, and particular circumstances relating to Mr. Duncan Campbell, commonly known by the Name of the Deaf and Dumb Man; and the astonishing Penetration and Event of his Predictions. Written to my Lord--------by a Lady, who for more than Twenty Years past; has made it her Business to observe all Transactions in the Life and Conversation of Mr. Campbell. 1724
Author Lasselia: or, the self-abandon'd. A novel. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1724
Author Love in excess; or the fatal enquiry: a novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1724
Author Love in excess; or the fatal enquiry: a novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1724
Author Poems on several occasions. 1724
Author The Arragonian queen: a secret history. 1724
Publisher The Arragonian queen: a secret history. 1724
Author The British recluse: or, the secret history of Cleomira, suppos'd dead. And The injur'd husband: or, the mistaken resentment. Two novels. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1724
Author The fatal secret: or, constancy in distress. By the author of the masqueraders, or fatal curiosity. The second edition. 1724
Author The injur'd husband; or, the mistaken resentment. A novel. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Third Edition. 1724
Author The rash resolve: or, the untimely discovery. A novel. In two parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1724
Author The rash resolve: or, the untimely discovery. A novel. In two parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Second Edition. 1724
Author Bath-intrigues: in four letters to a friend in London. 1725
Author Bath-Intrigues: in four letters to a friend in London. 1725
Author Idalia: or, the unfortunate mistress. A novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1725
Author 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, by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. 1725
Author Memoirs of a certain island adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia. Written by a celebrated author of that country. Now translated into English. 1725
Author Secret histories, novels and poems. In four volumes. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The second edition. 1725

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