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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Titles

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Role Title Date
Author The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy. In three volumes. By the author of The history of Betsy Thoughtless. 1753
Author Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. In two volumes. Second edition. 1755
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL I. FIFTH EDITION. 1755
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL II. FIFTH EDITION. 1755
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL III. FIFTH EDITION. 1755
Author THE Female Spectator. VOL IV. FIFTH EDITION. 1755
Author The Invisible Spy. By Exploralibus. 1755
Author The invisible spy. By Exploralibus. ... 1755
Author Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. In two volumes. Third edition. 1756
Author The husband. In answer to The wife. 1756
Author The invisible spy. By Exploralibus. In two volumes. 1756
Author 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. 1756
Author The wife. By Mira, one of the authors of The Female Spectator, and Epistles for Ladies. 1756
Author 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. 1757
Author Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. In two volumes. 1757
Author 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. 1758
Author The invisible spy. By Explorabilis. In two volumes. Second edition. 1759
Author 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. 1761
Author The history of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. In four volumes. Third edition. 1762
Author The wife. By Mira, one of the authors of the female spectator, and epistles for ladies. Second edition. 1762
Author The city jilt: or, the alderman turn'd beau. A secret history. 1764
Author The distress'd orphan: or, Love in a mad-house. 1764
Author Epistles for ladies. By the authors of The female spectator. Third edition. 1765
Author The distress'd orphan: or, Love in a mad-house. 1765
Author The history of Miss Betsey Thoughtless, in four volumes. 1765

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"Haywood, Eliza" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 1349, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/1349. Accessed 2024-02-24.

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