ID 4873
Last Name Unknown
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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 The fugitive. Containing, several very pleasant passages, and surprizing adventures, observ'd by a lady in her country ramble; being both useful and diverting for persons of all ranks. Now first published from her own manuscript. 1705
Author The maids vindication: or, The fifteen comforts of living a single life. Being an answer to the fifteen plagues of a maiden-head. Written by a gentlewoman. 1707
Publisher The ladies tales: exemplified in the vertues and vices of the quality, with reflections. 1714
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 An enigmatical love-letter, from a lady at Bath, to her spark in London. 1717
Author A letter from Susan Sauce-pan, now cook-maid to Cardinal Alberoni, to Phil. - Hor-k. Occasionally written upon a late pamphlet, call'd a modest apology for parson Alberoni, &c. 1719
Editor A collection of the most celebrated prologues spoken at the theatres of Drury-Lane and Lincolns-Inn. By a young lady. 1727
Editor A collection of the most celebrated prologues spoken at the theatres of Drury-Lane and Lincolns-Inn. By a Young lady. The Second Edition. 1728
Author A view of the beau monde: or, Memoirs of the celebrated Coquetilla. A real history. In which is interspersed the amours of several persons of quality and distinction. With several original songs by S-y C-gs Beau N-, &c. Coquetilla's family, &c. -Her flight from her fathers. -Deserred when big with child. -Pitied by Mrs. H-ll -Her amour with the D. of- -Mrs. H-'s advice in a song. -Runs away. -Falls into many misfortunes. -Is beloved by Colonel D- -Carried by him into the country. -Own'd for his wife. -Elopes with S- the gamester. -Goes to Tunbridge. Coquetilla distinguish'd by S- C-gs -Serenaded by Beau N- -N- kicked. The history of Clara and Myra. Coquetilla goes to Bath. -Her adventures. -Her affair with Mr. Gaylove the merchant. -Exposed by S- -Runs to town with Saxillus -Goes to a masquerade: A surprizing turn there. -Taken home again by the Colonel, &c. -After all refuses to marry him. -Her match at last. To which is added, the masque of life: a ballad. By a person of distinction. 1731
Author The neuter: or, a modest satire on the poets of the age. By a Lady. Dedicated to the Right Honourable Mary Wortley Montague. 1733
Author The unnatural mother and ungrateful wife, a narrative: founded on true and very interesting facts. Contain'd in three letters, from a lady in the country to her friend, a Lady of Distinction in Town. 1735?
Author [M]rs. McLintock's receipts for cookery and pastry-work. 1736
Author A present for a servant-maid. Or, the sure means of gaining love and esteem. Under the following heads: observance. Avoiding sloth. Sluttishness. Staying on Errands. Telling Family Affairs. Secrets among Fellow-Servants. Entering into their Quarrels. Tale-Bearing. Being an Eye-Servant. Carelesness of Children. Of Fire, Candle, Thieves. New Acquaintance. Fortune-Tellers. Giving saucy Answers. Liquorishness. Apeing the Fashion. Dishonesty. The Market-Penny. Delaying to give Change. Giving away Victuals. Bringing in Chair-Women. Wasting Victuals. Quarrels with Fellow-Servants. Behaviour to the Sick. Hearing Things against a Master or Mistress. Being too free with Men-Servants. Conduct towards Apprentices. Mispending Time. Publick Shews. Vails. Giving Advice too freely. Chastity. Temptations from the Master. If a single Man. If a married Man. If from the Master's Son. If from Gentlemen Lodgers. To which are added, Directions for going to Market: Also, For Dressing any Common Dish, whether Flesh, Fish or Fowl. With some Rules for Washing, &c. The whole calculated for making both the Mistress and the Maid happy. 1744
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

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