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Aminadab
Author of Sot's paradise
Author of the Cavalcade
Author of The humours of a coffee-house
Author of the London-spy
Author of The poet's ramble after riches
Author of The step to the bath
Author of the Trip to Jamaica
Cavalcade, Author of the
Humours of a coffee-house, Author of the
London-spy, Author of the
Plain-Dealer, Manly
Poet's ramble after riches, Author of the
Sot's paradise, Author of the
Step to the bath, Author of the
Trip to Jamaica, Author of the
Vinegar, Hercules
Ward, Edward
Ward, Ned
Whore at Tunbridge
ウォード, ネッド
Dates: 
1667-1731
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Brown, Thomas (1663-1704)
Hyland, Paul (1947-....))
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Morphew, John
Pomfret, John (1667-1702))
R, C.
S.n. (S.l.)
Straus, Ralph (1882-1950)
Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745))
Ward, Edward
渡辺, 孔二 (1937-)
Titles: 
British wonders or, a poetical description of the several prodigies and most remarkable accidents that have happen'd in Britain since the death of Queen Anne
Choice
dancing devils., The
Delights of the bottle
Dissenting hypocrite
Ecclesia & Factio
Female policy detected
grand mistere, ou L'art de mediter sur la garderobe; Pensées hazardées sur les etudes, la grammaire, la rethorique et la poëtique., Le
History of the grand rebellion
Honesty in distress, but reliev'd by no party a tragedy as it is acted on the stage, &c
Hudibras redivivus or, A burlesque poem on the times
Journey to hell
libertine's choice or, the mistaken happiness of the fool in fashion, The
London-spy compleat, in eighteen parts
London terræfilius
Mars stript of his armour:
Merry travellers
Miscellaneous writings, in verse and prose, both serious and comical. Containing twenty one excellent poems ... Also several pleasant letters ... With merry observations and predictions upon every month, ... By Mr. Edward Ward. Vol.III
modern courtier or the ambitious statesman's advice to his son. In order to his advancement at c------t. A poem. In five canto's. Written by a noble L----d to his son, The
Modern religion and ancient loyalty. -
Modern world disrob'd
Northern cuckold, or, the gardenhouse intrigue
Parish-gutt'lers
Pleasures of a single life or the miseries of matrimony. occasionally writ upon the many divorces lately granted by parliament
pleasures of matrimony intermixed with a variety of merry and delightful stories. Containing the charms and contentments of wooing and wedlock, in all its enjoyments, recreations, and divertisements, The
Poems on divers subjects
Poet's ramble after riches With Reflections upon a country corporation. Also The author's lamentation in the time of adversity
Pulpit-war: or, Dr. S-ll, the High-Church trumpet, and Mr. H-ly, the Low-Church drum, engaged. By way of dialogue between the fiery dragon, and aspiring grashopper [sic]
Quack-vintners
Rambling fuddle-caps
Republican procession or, the tumultuous cavalcade. a merry poem
riddle Or, a paradoxical character of a hairy monster, often found under Holland, The
rise and fall of madam Coming-Sir or, An Unfortunate slip from the tavern-bar, Into the Surgeon's Powdering-Tub, The
Satyr against wine
Secret history of the calves-head club
South-sea ballad
Spanish beauty
Step to the bath
Tipling philosophers
tower of Babel an anti-heroic poem. Humbly dedicated to the B----p of B----r, The
Trip to new-england
turncoat. To the tune of John Anderson my jo, The
vanity of upstarts: or, an honest enquiry into ignoble greatness. An ode, The
Vulgus Britannicus
Wealthy shopkeeper
whole pleasures of matrimony ... Written by E. W. gent. To which is added, the distructive [sic] miseries of whoring and debauchery. Of all its dreadful concomitants, The
wooden world dissected in the character of a ship of war: As also, the characters of all the officers, From the captain to the Common Sailor; Viz. I. A Sea-Captain. II. A Sea-Lieutenant. III. A Sea-Chaplain. IV. The Master of a Ship of War. V. The Purser. VI. The Surgeon. Vii. The Gunner. Viii. The Carpenter. IX. The Boatswain. X. A Sea-Cook. XI. A Midshipman. XII. The Captain's Steward. XIII. A Sailor, The
Works. Selections.
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