ID 4873
Last Name Unknown
First Name [Woman]
Gender Female
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Author The midnight bell, or the Abbey of St. Francis. An original romance. By the authoress of Alphonso and Elinor; Three Ghosts of the Forest, &c.
Author A poem sacred to the immortal memory of Her Most Excellent Majesty, Anne, late Queen of Great-Britain, who Died at her Palace of Kensington the First Day of August, 1714. in the Fiftieth Year of her Age, and the Thirteenth of her Reign. Written by a lady of quality. 1715
Author The art of japanning, Varnishing, Pollishing, and Gilding. Being a collection of very plain directions and receipts. Written for the Use of those who have a mind to follow those diverting and useful Amusements, and Published at the Request of several Ladies of Distinction. By Mrs. Artlove. 1730
Author A present for women addicted to drinking. Adapted to all the different stations of life, from a lady of quality to a common servant. 1750
Author An essay in defence of the female sex. Interspersed with reflections upon love and taste. Written for the honour of the fair sex. By a lady. 1750
Author Remarks on Mrs. Muilman's letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. In a letter to Mrs. Muilman. By a Lady. 1750
Author Remarks on Mrs. Muilman's letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. In a letter to Mrs. Muilman. By a Lady. 1750
Author The oeconomy of female life. By a lady. 1751
Author Maxims and cautions for the ladies. Being a complete oeconomy for the female sex. In five parts, viz. I. On courtship. II. Management of a husband. III. Intrigues and diversions. IV. On separation or divorce. V. On widowhood and second marriages. By a lady. 1752
Author The Life of Patty Saunders. Written by herself. 1752
Author Modern Characters: Illustrated By Histories In Real Life, And Address’d to the Polite World. 1753
Author The vision. Inscribed to Mrs. Woffington. Wrote by a Lady. 1753
Author Ingratitude: an epistle to ------ ------, Esq; occasion'd by the late sad catastrophe of a clergyman at Norwich. By a young lady, daughter of the said clergyman. Illustrated with various notes. 1755
Author The country coquet; or, miss in her breeches. A ballad opera. As it may be acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By a young lady. 1755
Author The lady's present to the fair sex: shewing, the whole duty of woman. Digested under the following heads: curiosity reflection vanity knowledge ... Written by a lady, at the desire of a noble lord. 1757
Author Female rights vindicated; or the equality of the sexes morally and physically proved. By a lady. 1758
Author The History of Amanda. Written by a Young Lady. 1758
Author The prisoner; or, nature's complaint to justice. A poem. By a lady in confinement. 1758
Author Jemima and Louisa. In which is contain'd, several remarkable incidents relating to two ladies of distinguish'd families and fortunes. In a series of letters. By a lady. 1759
Author The history of Portia. Written by a lady. 1759
Author Love in several shapes: Being eight polite novels, in a new taste. The titles as follow: I. The fair hermit; or, Lady of the cave. II. The treacherous uncle. III. The adventures of Philander and Altezeera. IV. Magdalena; or, The unconsummated marriage.-A novel founded on recent facts: being an intrigue of a surprising nature. V. Love and honour; or, The maid's dilemma. VI. The double persidy. VII. The abused virgin; or, History of Madame St. Clerecy.-A strange, yet true story. VIII. The amours of Clelia and Cleomenes; or, Platonick love ensnared into conjugal. By a Lady. 1760
Author Reflections on spring, under the following heads: sun-rise. - Mountain. - Dale. - Farmer and Lark. Cock and Hen. - Shrubs and Flowers. - Insects. May-Pole, Lad and Lass. - Brook. - Fish and Fishing. River and Willow. - Prospect. - Trees. Shepherd. - House-Dog. - Sun-Set. - Night. By a lady. 1760
Author The adventures of Miss Sophia Berkley. Written by a young lady. 1760
Author The staff of Gisbal: an hyperborean song, translated from the fragments of Ossian, the son of Fingal. By a young lady. 1762
Author A new song, and a true song: by a lady. To the tune of Nancy Dawson. 1763

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