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Eighteenth Century Collections Online contains over 180,000 titles (200,000 volumes) and more than 32 million pages, making ECCO the premier and irreplaceable resource for eighteenth-century research. 

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Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 2093 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
12806 (Mrs. Inchbald's Translation.) The Midnight Hour. A Comedy, in Three Acts. From the French of M. Damaniant, called Guerre Ouverte; ou, Ruse Contre Ruse as it is now performing at the Theatres Royal Covent-Garden and Smock-Alley. Translated by Mrs. Inchbald. Damaniant, Antoine-Jean
1788
12803 (Mrs. Inchbald's Translation.) The Midnight Hour. A Comedy, in three acts. From the French of M. Damaniant, called Guerre Ouverte; ou, Ruse Contre Ruse. As it is now performing at the Theatres Royal Covent-Garden and Smock-Alley. Translated by Mrs. Inchbald. Damaniant, Antoine-Jean
1788
1704 [A] catalogue of books, containing a great variety in most languages, arts, and sciences; Which will begin to be sold (for ready money,) at the prices printed in the catalogue; on Friday, July 17th, 1789, at the shop of Ann Ireland, bookseller and printer, opposite the assembly room, Leicester. (Who gives the full value for any library, or parcel of books.) Ireland, Ann
1789
4649 [An irregular ode] to Edward Byrne, Esq. of mullinahack, on his marriage with Miss Roe, step-daughter to one Noble Lord, and niece to another!!! Battier, Henrietta
1797
5026 [An] appeal to impartial posterity, by Madame Roland, wife of the minister of the Home Department; Or, a collection of pieces written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey and St. Pélagie. Published originally in Paris for the benefit of her only daughter, deprived of the fortune of her parents, whose property is still in sequestration. In four parts. Part I. Translated from the French. Roland de la Platière, Marie-Jeanne
1796
6787 [The royal cook; or, the modern etiquette of the table, displayed with accuracy, elegance and taste, being a full and exact description of the manner of dressing and serving up royal dinners ...] Pennington, Mrs.
Richard Snagg [Rotherhith] (Rotherhithe)
1773
5677 [The] Hermit. A novel. By Miss Minifie, author of Barford-Abbey, The cottage, &c. Gunning, Susannah
James Williams [5 Skinner Row] (Dublin)
1770 Irish 1st
4392 A bold stroke for a husband, a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley. Cowley, Hannah
Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row] (London)
1784
4295 A Bold Stroke for a Husband, a Comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley. Fifth Edition. Cowley, Hannah
Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row] (London)
1784 5th
4288 A Bold Stroke for a Husband, a Comedy, as performed at the Theatres-Royal. By Mrs. Cowley. a New Edition. Cowley, Hannah
James Barker and Son (London)
1790 A New Edition
3968 A Bold Stroke for a Husband. A comedy. Written by the ingenious Mrs. Cowley: Authoress of the Run-A-Way, Belles-Stratagem, and which is the Man: and performed forty nights last season at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Cowley, Hannah
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1783 1st Irish
3990 A Bold Stroke for a Husband. A Comedy. Written by the Ingenious Mrs. Cowley: authoress of The Run-A-Way, Belles-Stratagem, and Which is the Man. And performed forty nights last season at the Theatre-Royal Covent-Garden. Cowley, Hannah
1787
7647 A bold stroke for a wife. A comedy, as written by Mrs. Centlivre. Distinguishing also the Variations of the Theatre, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, by permission of the managers, by Mr. Hopkins, prompter. Centlivre, Susanna
Christopher Etherington (York)
John Bell [132 Strand] (London)
1776
7700 A bold stroke for a wife. A comedy, by Mrs. Centlivre. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-books, by permission of the managers. Centlivre, Susanna
John Bell [132 Strand] (London)
1791
7701 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy, written by Mrs. Centlivre. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Centlivre, Susanna
Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street] (London)
William Nicoll (London)
Thomas Caslon (London)
Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row] (London)
1783
7702 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres Royal in Drury-Lane and Convent-Garden. Written by Mrs. Susanna Cent-livre. Centlivre, Susanna
James Whitworth (London)
1785
7696 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre. Centlivre, Susanna
William Cavell [31 Middle Row] (London)
1790
7648 A bold stroke for a wife. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal, in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. Written by Mrs. Susanna Cent-Livre. Centlivre, Susanna
Samuel Bladon [Paper Mill, Paternoster Row] (London)
William Nicoll (London)
Thomas Caslon (London)
Thomas Lowndes [Fleet Street] (London)
1765
7672 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. By Mrs. Centlivre. Centlivre, Susanna
1774
7706 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. By the author of The Busie-Body and The Gamester. Centlivre, Susanna
James Magee (Belfast)
1760
7636 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. By the author of the Busie-Body and the Gamester. Centlivre, Susanna
John Exshaw I [Cork Hill] (Dublin)
1752
7687 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. By the author of The Busy-Body and The Gamester. Centlivre, Susanna
1773
7707 A bold stroke for a wife. A comedy. Written by Mrs. Susanna Cent-Livre. Centlivre, Susanna
George Kearsley [Ludgate Street] (London)
Stanley Crowder and Co. [London Bridge] (London)
1760
7674 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. Written by Mrs. Susanna Cent-livre. Centlivre, Susanna
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1754
7677 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy. Written by Mrs. Susanna Cent-livre. Centlivre, Susanna
George Kearsley [Ludgate Street] (London)
Stanley Crowder and Co. [London Bridge] (London)
1760