There are 141 titles associated with this person.

@book{ wphp_14397
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1719},
  title={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.},
  publisher={William Rufus Chetwood \& Richard Francklin \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22231
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1720},
  title={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:},
  publisher={William Rufus Chetwood},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22141
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1721},
  title={Love in excess; or, the fatal enquiry, a novel. Part the first. By Mrs. Haywood.},
  publisher={William Rufus Chetwood},
      }
@book{ wphp_23070
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1722},
  title={Love in excess; or The fatal enquiry, a novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Haywood. The Fourth Edition corrected.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne II \& Samuel Chapman \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22010
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1723},
  title={Idalia: or, the unfortunate mistress. A novel. Part II. and III. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne Junior \& William Rufus Chetwood \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22011
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1723},
  title={Idalia: or, The unfortunate mistress. A novel. Part II. and III. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne Junior \& William Rufus Chetwood \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24281
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23880
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22048
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={Lasselia: or, the self-abandon'd. A novel. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne Junior \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22394
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={Love in excess; or the fatal enquiry: a novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne Junior \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23859
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={Love in excess; or the fatal enquiry: a novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne Junior \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23868
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={Poems on several occasions.},
  publisher={s.n. [sine nomine]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22136
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={The Arragonian queen: a secret history.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
      }
@book{ wphp_22131
  author={},
  year={1724},
  title={The Arragonian queen: a secret history.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
      }
@book{ wphp_22118
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1724},
  title={The fatal secret: or, constancy in distress. By the author of the masqueraders, or fatal curiosity. The second edition.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22360
  author={Haywood,Eliza and Manley,Delarivier},
  year={1725},
  title={Bath-intrigues: in four letters to a friend in London.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22297
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1725},
  title={Idalia: or, the unfortunate mistress. A novel. In three parts. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne Junior \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22924
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1725},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne II \& James Woodman and David Lyon},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23077
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1725},
  title={Memoirs of a certain island adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia. Written by a celebrated author of that country. Now translated into English.},
  publisher={Patrick Dugan \& Richard Gunne (or Gunn) [Essex Street]},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_23776
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1725},
  title={Secret histories, novels and poems. In four volumes. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The second edition.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne II \& Samuel Chapman},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22880
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1725},
  title={The dumb projector: being a surprizing account of a trip to Holland made by Mr. Duncan Campbell. With The Manner of his Reception and Behaviour there. As also The various and diverting Occurrences that happened on his Departure.},
  publisher={William Ellis \& James Roberts [Warwick Lane] \& Mrs. Billingsley \& Anne Dodd I \& Joseph Fox I},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23982
  author={Le Pesant,Pierre},
  year={1726},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne II \& James Woodman and David Lyon},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23772
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1726},
  title={The city jilt; or, The alderman turn'd beau: a secret history. The second edition.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22044
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1727},
  title={Letters from the palace of fame. Written by a first minister in the regions of air, to an inhabitant of this world. Translated from an Arabian manuscript.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23761
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1727},
  title={Letters from the palace of fame. Written by a first minister in the regions of air, to an inhabitant of this world. Translated from an Arabian manuscript.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23987
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1727},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George Risk [corner of Castle Lane] \& William Smith II [Dame Street]},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_24343
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1728},
  title={The disguis'd prince: or, the beautiful Parisian. A true history. Translated from the French.},
  publisher={Thomas Corbett \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22114
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1728},
  title={The disguis'd prince: or, the beautiful Parisian. A true history. Translated from the French. The second edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Corbett \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23808
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1728},
  title={The mercenary lover: or, the unfortunate heiresses. Being a true secret history of a city amour. By the author of Reflections on the various effects of love. The third edition. To which is added, the padlock: or, no guard without virtue. A novel.},
  publisher={N. Dobb},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_21945
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1728},
  title={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. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22084
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1729},
  title={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. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={Daniel Browne II \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22055
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1729},
  title={Persecuted virtue: or, The lover. A true secret history. Writ at the request of a lady of quality.},
  publisher={John Brindley \& Henry Whitridge [Royal Exchange]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_23857
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1730},
  title={Love-Letters on all occasions lately passed between persons of distinction. Collected by Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={John Brindley \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_21940
  author={Haywood,Eliza and Hatchett,William},
  year={1733},
  title={The opera of operas; or, Tom Thumb the Great. Alter'd from The life and death of Tom Thumb the Great. And set to musick after the Italian manner. As it is performing at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market.},
  publisher={William Rayner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22053
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1735},
  title={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.},
  publisher={William Feales \& },
      }
@book{ wphp_23727
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1735},
  title={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.},
  publisher={William Feales \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22035
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1739},
  title={The fruitless enquiry Being a collection of several entertaining histories and occurrences, which fell under the observation of a lady in her search after happiness. By Mrs. E. Haywood, author of Love in Excess.},
  publisher={James Dalton \& James Kelburn},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_23853
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1742},
  title={Secret histories, novels, and poems. In four volumes. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={Richard Ware \& Samuel Birt \& Daniel Browne II \& Charles Hitch \& S. Austen},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24951
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={The Equity of Parnassus: A Poem.},
  publisher={Charles Corbett \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14204
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1745},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits Rise, Ill Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14278
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1745},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14279
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1745},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL III.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14280
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1745},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14295
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1746},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL. I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits rise, Ill Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14296
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1746},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14387
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1746},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14388
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1746},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14389
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1746},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_23379
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1746},
  title={The parrot. By the authors of the Female spectator. Part I. Containing, no I, II, III, IV, and V. To be continued.},
  publisher={A. Long \& J. Kinneir},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14303
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits Rise, III Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14390
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL III.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14391
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14298
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL. I. Ill Customs, by Degrees, to Habits Rise, III Habits soon become exalted Vice. DRYDEN. THE THIRD EDITION.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14300
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14294
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14301
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14297
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1747},
  title={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.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_14393
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1748},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL. I. SECOND EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14394
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1748},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL. II. SECOND EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14395
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1748},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL. III. SECOND EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14396
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1748},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL. IV. SECOND EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22066
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1749},
  title={A present for a servant-maid: or, the sure means of gaining love and esteem. Under the following heads: Observance. Avoiding sloth. Sluttishness.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3026
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={A letter from H---- G----g, Esq; One of the Gentlemen of the Bed-Chamber to the Young Chevalier, and the only Person of his own Retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late Journey through Germany, and elsewhere: containing Many remarkable and affecting Occurrences which happened to the P- during the Course of his mysterious Progress. To A particular Friend.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3060
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={A letter from H---- G----g, Esq; one of the gentlemen of the bed-chamber to the Young Chevalier, and the only person of his own retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late journey through Germany, and elsewhere: Containing many remarkable and affecting Occurrences which happened to the P- during the course of his mysterious progress. To a particular friend. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3034
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={A letter from H---- G----g, Esq; one of the gentlemen of the bed-chamber to the young Chevalier, and the only Person of his own Retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late journey through Germany, and elsewhere: Containing many remarkable and affecting occurrences which happened to the P--- during the course of his mysterious progress. To a particular friend.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3054
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={The female Spectator. Third edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14306
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL I. THIRD EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14307
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL II. THIRD EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14308
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL III. THIRD EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14309
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1750},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL IV. THIRD EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3065
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1751},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, in four volumes.},
  publisher={Oliver Nelson},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3033
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1751},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, in four volumes. ...},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3068
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1751},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, in four volumes. Second edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3052
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1752},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, in two volumes.},
  publisher={Robert Main},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3030
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1753},
  title={The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy. By the author of The history of Betsy Thoughtless.},
  publisher={Robert Main},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3029
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1753},
  title={The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy. In three volumes. By the author of The history of Betsy Thoughtless.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3061
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. In two volumes. Second edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14310
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL I. FIFTH EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14311
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL II. FIFTH EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14312
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL III. FIFTH EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14313
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={THE Female Spectator. VOL IV. FIFTH EDITION.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3078
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={The Invisible Spy. By Exploralibus.},
  publisher={Robert Main},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3081
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1755},
  title={The invisible spy. By Exploralibus. ...},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3042
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1756},
  title={Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. In two volumes. Third edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3039
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1756},
  title={The husband. In answer to The wife.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3072
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1756},
  title={The invisible spy. By Exploralibus. In two volumes.},
  publisher={Samuel Price [Dame Street]},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3049
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1756},
  title={The wife. Also, the husband, in answer to The wife. By Mira, one of the authors of The female spectator, and Betsy Thoughtless. In two volumes.},
  publisher={John Exshaw I [Dame Street] \& Henry Saunders [Castle Street]},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3025
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1756},
  title={The wife. By Mira, one of the authors of The Female Spectator, and Epistles for Ladies.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3038
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1757},
  title={A wife to be lett. A [c]omedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, By His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={},
  address={Glasgow},    }
@book{ wphp_3040
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1757},
  title={Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. In two volumes.},
  publisher={},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3066
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1758},
  title={Memoirs of a certain island adjacent to the Kingdom of Utopia. Written by a celebrated author of that country, now tr. into English. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={s.n. [sine nomine]},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3084
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1759},
  title={The invisible spy. By Explorabilis. In two volumes. Second edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3057
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1761},
  title={The fortunate foundlings: Being the genuine history of Colonel M-rs, and his sister, Madam Cu P-y, the issue of the Hon. Ch-es M-rs, son of the Late Duke of R-l-d, containing many wonderful accidents that befel them in their travels, and interspersed with the characters and adventures of several persons of condition, in the most polite courts of Europe. The whole calculated for the entertainment and improvement of the youth of both sexes. Fifth edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3056
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1762},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. In four volumes. Third edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3073
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1762},
  title={The wife. By Mira, one of the authors of the female spectator, and epistles for ladies. Second edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3037
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1764},
  title={The city jilt: or, the alderman turn'd beau. A secret history.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3055
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1764},
  title={The distress'd orphan: or, Love in a mad-house.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3062
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1765},
  title={Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. Third edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3067
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1765},
  title={The distress'd orphan: or, Love in a mad-house.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3045
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1765},
  title={The history of Miss Betsey Thoughtless, in four volumes.},
  publisher={Oliver Nelson},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3059
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1766},
  title={The female spectator. Sixth edition. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14314
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1766},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL I. SIXTH EDITION. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14315
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1766},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL II. SIXTH EDITION. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14316
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1766},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL III. SIXTH EDITION. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14317
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1766},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. VOL IV. SIXTH EDITION. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3022
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1767},
  title={The fruitless enquiry. Being a collection of several entertaining histories and occurrences, which fell under the observation of a lady in her search after happiness. By the author of the History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. The second edition.},
  publisher={Thomas Lowndes [Fleet Street]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3076
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1767},
  title={The invisible spy. By Explorabilis. In two volumes. The third edition.},
  publisher={Lucy Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3031
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1768},
  title={Clementina; or, the history of an Italian lady, who made her escape from a monastery, for the love of a Scots nobleman.},
  publisher={John Noble \& Francis Noble [Holborn] \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3036
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1768},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. In four volumes. The fourth edition.},
  publisher={Lucy Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3028
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1768},
  title={The invisible spy. By Exploralibus. In two volumes.},
  publisher={},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3069
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1769},
  title={The fruitless enquiry. Being a collection of several entertaining histories and occurrences, which fell under the observation of a lady in her search after happiness. By the author of The female-Spectator.},
  publisher={William II and William IV Smith},
  address={Dublin},    }
@book{ wphp_3064
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1769},
  title={The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy. A new edition. By the author of Miss Betsy Thoughtless.},
  publisher={Lucy Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3058
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1770},
  title={The distressed orphan, or love in a madhouse: containing an account of her being left to the care of an uncle ... Interspersed with a great many entertaining letters. Written by herself, after her happy union with the colonel.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3053
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1771},
  title={A new present for a servant-maid: containing rules for her moral conduct both with respect to herself and her superiors: the whole art of cookery, pickling, preserving, &c. &c. and every other direction necessary to be known in order to render her a complete, useful, and valuable servant. In ten books. I. Necessary cautions and precepts for gaining goodwill and esteem. II. Directions for marketing, or the method of chusing all kinds of butchers meat, fish, fowl, &c. with instructions for carving. III. The whole art of cookery fully displayed, both with regard to dressing plain victuals, and also that of made dishes, soups, broths, &c. together with the best methods of pickling all kinds of fruits, buds, flowers, &c. IV. The art of preserving the most useful fruits, &c. V. The method of candying the fruits, &c. generally kept in a family. VI. The best methods of making all kinds of english wines, and giving them the true flavour of those imported from abroad. VII. The whole art of distillation; with the methods of making the cordial and sweet scented waters hitherto used in England, and also those imported from other countries. VIII. Useful family receipts. IX. Some general rules and directions for maid-servants. X. Instructions for carving according to the terms of art. With marketing tables, and tables for casting-up expences, &c. The whole interspersed with a great number of original receipts, never before published. By Mrs. Haywood.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner \& G. Pearch},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3075
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1771},
  title={The female spectator. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. The Seventh Edition. In Four Volumes.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14318
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1771},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. The SEVENTH EDITION. In FOUR VOLUMES. VOLUME I.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14319
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1771},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. The SEVENTH EDITION. In FOUR VOLUMES. VOLUME II.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14320
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1771},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. The SEVENTH EDITION. In FOUR VOLUMES. VOLUME III.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14321
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1771},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. By Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. The SEVENTH EDITION. In FOUR VOLUMES. VOLUME IV.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3063
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1772},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. In four volumes. The fifth edition.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3080
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1773},
  title={The invisibe [sic] spy. By Explorabilis. In two volumes. A new edition.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3024
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1773},
  title={The wife. By Mira, One of the Authors of the Female Spectator, and Epistles for Ladies. The Third Edition.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3051
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={The female spectator. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. In four volumes.},
  publisher={},
  address={Glasgow},    }
@book{ wphp_3079
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={The female Spectator. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. In four volumes.},
  publisher={W. Law \& R. Cater \& A. Millar},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14322
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. BY Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. I.},
  publisher={A. Millar \& W. Law \& R. Cater},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14326
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. BY Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. I.},
  publisher={Robert Chapman I and Alexander Duncan \& },
  address={Glasgow},    }
@book{ wphp_14323
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. BY Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. II.},
  publisher={A. Millar \& W. Law \& R. Cater},
  address={Glasgow},    }
@book{ wphp_14324
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. BY Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. III.},
  publisher={Robert Chapman I and Alexander Duncan \& },
  address={Glasgow},    }
@book{ wphp_14325
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. BY Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. IV.},
  publisher={A. Millar \& W. Law \& R. Cater},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_14328
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1775},
  title={THE FEMALE SPECTATOR. BY Mrs. ELIZA HAYWOOD. IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. IV.},
  publisher={Robert Chapman I and Alexander Duncan \& },
  address={Glasgow},    }
@book{ wphp_3071
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1776},
  title={Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. A new edition. In two volumes.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3082
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1776},
  title={The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy. A new edition. ... By the author of Miss Betsy Thoughtless.},
  publisher={Henry Gardner},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_12161
  author={Haywood,Eliza and Behn,Aphra and Aubin,Penelope},
  year={1777},
  title={A Collection of Novels, Selected and Revised by Mrs. Griffith.},
  publisher={George Kearsley [Fleet Street]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3027
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1783},
  title={The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. By Mrs. Haywood. In four volumes.},
  publisher={Harrison and Co. [Also Harrison and Brooke] [18 Paternoster Row]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3047
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1785},
  title={The distress'd orphan; or, Love in a mad house; shewing that she was left with a great fortune to the care of an uncle who would have married her contrary to her inclination, to his own son, and on her refusal to comply, and-having fixed her heart on a colonel, she was sent to a mad-house, where she continued till her faithful lover sham'd himself mad, and by that means obtained her liberty. Interspersed with a great many entertaining letters. Written by herself, after her happy union with the colonel.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3043
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1785},
  title={The distress'd orphan; or, Love in a mad-house. Shewing, that she was left with a great fortune, to the care of an uncle, who would have married her contrary to her inclination, to his own son, and on her refusal to comply, and having fix'd her heart on Honorio, she was sent to a mad-house, where she continued till her faithful lover sham'd himself mad, and by that means obtained her liberty. Interspersed with a great many entertaining letters. Written by herself, after her happy union with Honorio.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3074
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1785},
  title={The distress'd orphan; or, Love in a mad-house; shewing, that she was left with a great fortune to the care of an uncle, who would have married her contrary to her inclination, to his own son, and on her refusal to comply, and having fix'd her heart on a colonel, she was sent to a mad-house, where she continued till her faithful lover sham'd himself mad, and by that means obtained her liberty. Interspersed with a great many entertaining letters. Written by herself, after her happy union with the colonel.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3046
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1785},
  title={The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy. By Mrs. Haywood. In three volumes.},
  publisher={Harrison and Co. [Also Harrison and Brooke] [18 Paternoster Row]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_8120
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1788},
  title={The history of Miss Leonora Meadowson. A novel. In two volumes. By the Author of Betsy Thoughtless.},
  publisher={Francis Noble [Holborn]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_3083
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1788},
  title={The invisible spy. By Explorabilis. In two volumes.},
  publisher={Harrison and Co. [Also Harrison and Brooke] [18 Paternoster Row]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22043
  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={[1721]},
  title={Letters from a lady of quality to a chevalier. Translated from the French. By Mrs. Haywood.},
  publisher={William Rufus Chetwood},
  address={London},    }