ID 4920
Last Name Manley
First Name Delarivier
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1670
Date of Death 1724-07-11
Place of Birth Jersey
Place of Death Lambeth
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/51755048
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delarivier_Manley
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Notes Died in Barber's Printing House on Lambeth Hill.
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Author Letters writen by Mrs. Manley. To which is added a letter from a supposed nun in Portugal, to a gentleman in France, in imitation of the nun’s five letters in print, by Colonel Pack. 1696
Author The lost lover; or, the jealous husband: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesty’s Servants. Written by Mrs. Manley. 1698
Author The royal mischief. A tragedy. A tragedy. As it is acted by His Majesties servants. By Mrs Manley. 1698
Author Almyna: or, the Arabian vow. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market, by her Majesty's Servants. Humbly inscrib'd to the right honourable the Countess of Sandwich. 1707
Author Memoirs of the court of England. In two parts. By the Countess of Dunois, Author of the ingenious and diverting Letters of The Lady's Travels into Spain. Writ during Her Residence in that Court. Now made English. To which is added, The lady's pacquet of letters, Taken from her by a French Privateer in her Passage to Holland. Suppos'd to be Written by several Men of Quality. Brought over from St. Malo's by an English Officer at the last Exchange of Prisoners. 1707
Author Memoirs of the Court of England: in the reign of King Charles II. Containing the amours of that Prince, The Duke of Monmouth, Earl of Argyle. - of Buckingham, - of A - n Earl of Oxford - Lord Grey, &c. - St. Albans. In two parts. By the Countess of Dunois, Author of the Ingenious Diverting Letters of The Lady's Travels into Spain. Writ during her residence in that Court. The second edition, corrected. To which is added, The lady's packet of letters, Taken from her by a French Privateer in her Passage to Holland. Suppos'd to be Written by several Men of Quality. Brought over from St. Malo's by an English Officer at the last Exchange of Prisoners. 1708
Author Secret memoirs and manners of several persons of quality, of both sexes. From the new Atalantis, an island in the Mediteranean. Written originally in Italian, and translated from the third edition of the French. 1709
Author Secret memoirs and manners of several persons of quality, of both sexes. From the new Atalantis, an island in the Mediteranean. Written originally in Italian. The second edition. 1709
Author The Key to Atalantis. Part I. 1709?
Author Memoirs of Europe, towards the close of the eighth century. Vol.II. Written by Eginardus, secretary and favourite to Charlemagne; and done into English by the translator of the New Atalantis. 1710
Author Memoirs of Europe, towards the close of the eighth century. Written by Eginardus, secretary and favourite to Charlemagne; and done into English by the translator of The new Atalantis. 1710
Author A true narrative of what pass'd at the examination of the Marquis de Guiscard, at the Cock-Pit, the 8th of March, 1710/11. His stabbing Mr. Harley, and other precedent and subsequent facts, relating to the life of the said Guiscard. 1711
Author A true narrative of what pass'd at the examination of the Marquis de Guiscard. At the Cock-Pit, the 8th of March, 1710-11. His stabbing Mr. Harley, and other precedent and subsequent facts, relating to the Life of the said Guisgard. 1711
Author A true narrative of what pass’d at the examination of the Marquis de Guiscard, at the Cock-Pit, the 8th of March, 1710-11. His stabbing Mr. Harley, and other precedent and subsequent facts, relating to the life of the said Guiscard. 1711
Author A true narrative of what pass’d at the examination of the Marquis de Guiscard, at the Cock-Pit, the 8th of March, 1710/11. His stabbing Mr. Harley, and other precedent and subsequent facts, relating to the life of the said Guiscard. 1711
Author A true relation of the several facts and circumstances of the intended riot and tumult on Queen Elizabeth’s birth-day. Gathered from authentick accounts: and published for the information of all true lovers of our constitution in Church and State. 1711
Author A true relation of the several facts and circumstances of the intended riot and tumult on Queen Elizabeth’s birth-day. Gathered from authentick accounts: and published for the information of all true lovers of our constitution in Church and State. 1711
Author A true relation of the several facts and circumstances of the intended riot and tumult on Queen Elizabeth’s birth-day. Gathered from authentick accounts: and published for the information of all true lovers of our constitution in Church and State. The second edition, corrected. 1711
Author Court intrigues, in a collection of original letters, from the island of the New Atalantis, &c. By the author of those memoirs. 1711
Author Memoirs of Europe, towards the close of the eighth century. Written by Eginardus, secretary and favourite to Charlemagne; and done into English by the translator of The New Atalantis. The second edition, corrected. 1711
Author The D. of M--h's Vindication: in answer to a pamphlet Lately Publish'd, call'd (Bouchain, ora dialogue between the Medley and the Examiner.) 1711
Author The D. of M--h’s vindication: in answer to a pamphlet lately publish’d, call’d [Bouchain, ora dialogue between the medley and the examiner.] 1711
Author The D. of M--h’s vindication: in answer to a pamphlet lately publish’d, call’d Bouchain, or a dialogue between the Medley and the Examiner. The second edition, corrected. 1711
Author A true relation of the several facts and circumstances of the intended riot and tumult on Queen Elizabeth’s birth-day. Gathered from authentick accounts: and published for the information of all true lovers of our constitution in Church and State. The third edition, corrected. 1712
Attributed to John Bull still in his senses: being the third part of Law is a bottomless-pit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth: and publish'd, (as well as the two former parts) by the author of the New Atalantis. 1712

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