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C. G, Charles Gildon
Careful hand
De Whimsey, Roger (Sir)
G, C.
G, Charles Gildon
Gildon, Charles
Lindamour
Monte Socio, Carlo
Philopatris
Socio, Carlo Monte
Whimsey, Roger de
Whimsey, Roger de (Sir)
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1665-1724
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Behn, Aphra (1640-1689)
Betterton, Thomas
Brightland, John
Dottin, Paul
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rochester, John Wilmot Earl of, 1647-1680
Saint-Evremond, 1613 (1703)
Saint-Evremond, Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis (seigneur de, c.1613-1703.)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Wells, Staring B.
Wells, Staring Bailey
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All for the better, or, The world turn'd up-side down : being the history of the Head-longs and the Long-heads : with several characters of both in the following six novels, viz. ... intermingled with various discourses, and a candid examination, and censure of the management and conduct of the directors of the South-Sea Company, with infallable rules, how those who have been gainers by it, may preserve their gains, and how the losers may as infallably and amply retrieve their losses : to which is added by way of postscript: The woolfe strip'd of his sheeps clothing, or, The fox-hunter uncased, being some short reflections on the ten queries, propos'd to the Directors of the South Sea Company
All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn, entire in one volume.
All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn, intire in two volumes. Published by Mr. Charles Gildon. The ninth edition, corrected...
Amorous jilt
amorous widow or The wanton wife
apparition, The
Athenian oracle, The : being an entire collection of all the valuable questions and answers in the old Athenian mercuries : intermix'd with many cases in divinity, history, philosophy, mathematics, love, poetry, never before publish'd : to which is added, an alphabetical table for the speedy finding of any questions
Being the history of the Head-longs and the Long-heads
Canons
Charles Gildon's Measure for measure, or, Beauty, the best advocate : a critical edition
Comedy's.
comparison between the two stages; a late Restoration book of the theatre., A
complete art of poetry, The
Deist's manual 1705, The
deist's manual: or, a rational enquiry into the Christian religion. ... By C. Gildon ... To which is prefix'd A letter, from the author of The method with the deists, The
epistle to a certain Dean, written originally in Italian, by Carlo Monte Socio, Fellow of the Academy of the Humoristi in Rome, and translated ... By a student in philosophy, An
Examen miscellaneum. Consisting of verse and prose.
Familiar letters
golden spy; or, A political journal of the British nights entertainments of war and peace, and love and politics., The
grammar of the English tongue, 1711, A
Groans of Great Britain
history of the Athenian society. - [1691], The
impartial critick, The
laws of poetry, as laid down by the Duke of Buckinghamshire in his Essay on poetry, The
Letters and essays, on several subjects. -
life and strange surprizing adventures of Mr. D---- de F--, of London, hosier, The : who has liv'd above fifty yeares by himself in the kingdoms of north and south Britain... : in a dialogue between him, Robinson Crusoe, and his Man Friday, with remarks serious and comical upon the life of Crusoe.
life of Mr Thomas Betterton, the late eminent tragedian, by Charles Gildon; to which is added, The amorous widow; or, The wanton wife: a comedy; written by Mr Betterton., The
life of Mr. Thomas Betterton, the late eminent tragedian, The : wherein the action and utterance of the stage, bar, and pulpit, are distinctly consider'd : with the judgment of ... Monsieur de St. Évremond, upon the Italian and French music and opera's; in a letter to the Duke of Buckingham : to which is added, The amorous widow or, The wanton wife, a comedy written by Betterton
life of Mr. Thomas Betterton, the late eminent tragedian, The : Wherein the action and utterance of the state, bar, and pulpit, are distinctly consider'd. With the judgment of de St. Évremond, upon the Italian and French music and opera's; in a letter to the Duke of Buckingham. To which is added, The amorous widow; or, The wanton wife. A comedy
life of Mr. Thomas Betterton, the late eminent tragedian Wherein the action and utterance of the stage, bar, and pulpit, are distinctly consider'd. With the judgment of the Late ingenious Monsieur De St. Evremond, upon the Italian and French music and opera's; in a letter to the Duke of Buckingbam. To which is added, the amorous widow, or the wanton wise. A comedy. Written by Mr. Betterton. Now first printed from the original copy., The
life of Mr. Thomas Betterton, the late eminent tragedian ... With the judgment of ... Monsieur de St. Evremond, upon the Italian and French music and opera's; in a letter to the Duke of Buckingham. To which is added, The amorous widow, or The wanton wife. A comedy. Written by Mr. Betterton, Now first printed from the original copy., The
lives and characters of the English dramatick poets ... 1699:, The
lives and characters of the English dramatick poets. Also an exact account of all the plays that were yet printed in the English tongue ..., The
Love's victim: or, the Queen of Wales. A tragedy. As it was acted at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By His Majesty's servants
Marriage-h[ater] match'd : a comedy acted at the Theare Royal by Their Majesties servants
Marriage-hater matched
Measure for measure, 1700.
Measure for measure, or, Beaty, the best advocate
Miscellaneous letters and essays. -
Miscellaneous poems on several occasions. -
new metamorphosis, 1708:, The
new metamorphosis; or, The pleasant transformation being the golden ass of Lucius Apuleius of Medaura. Alter'd and improv'd to the modern times and manners; exposing the secret follies and vices of maids, wives, and widows, nuns, fryars, Jesuits: statesmen, courtiers, &c. Written in Italian by Carlo Monte Socio, Fellow of the Academy of the Humoristi in Rome, and translated from the Vatican manuscript., The
new Rehearsal, or Bays the Younger. Containing an examen of The ambitious stepmother. Tamerlane, the biter, Fair penitent, Royal convert, Vlysses, and Jane Shore., A
Nuncius infernalis, or, A new account from below, in two dialogues : the first (from the Elizium Fields) Of friendship, the second (from hell of cuckoldom) being The sessions of cuckolds
or, the fatal divorce. -
oracles of reason:, The
Packet broke open
Pacquet broke open
patriot, or the Italian conspiracy, a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The
plays of Charles Gildon, The
post-boy rob'd of his mail. -, The
post-Boy robb'd of his mail or, The Pacquet Broke Open. Consisting of letters of love and gallantry, and all miscellaneous subjects: In which are Discover'd The Vertues, Vices, Follies, Humours and Intrigues of Mankind. With Remarks on Each letter. Both volumes in one., The
post-boy robb'd of his mail, The : or, The pacquet broke open.
post-man robb'd of his mail or, the packet broke open. Being a collection of miscellaneous letters, serious and comical, amorous and gallant. Amongst which are, The lover's sighs: or, the amours of the beautiful Stremunia and Alphonso the Wise, King of Castile ... In five books. By the best wits of the present age., The
Remarks on Mr. Rowe's Tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray, and all his other plays ... With some observations upon, I. Mr. Smith's Phædra and Hippolytus. II. Mr. Philips's Distress'd mother. ... To which is prefix'd, a prefatory discourse in defence of criticism ... Collected from the works of the late Earl of Shaftbury
Robinson Crusoe examin'd and criticis'd : Or, a new edition of Charles Gildon's famous pamphlet now published with an introduction and explanatory notes, together with an essay on Gildon's life
Roman brides revenge. -, The
Selections.
soupirs de la Grand Britaigne, or, The groans of Great Britain being the second part to The groans of Europe., Les
Supplement to the Athenian oracle
works of Mr. William Shakespear, The
Works of Mr. William Shakespeare
World turned up-side down
younger brother, or, The amorous jilt, The : a comedy, acted at the Theatre royal, by His Majesty's servants
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