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Behn, Aphra,
All the Histories and Novels, 4th edition (London: R. Wellington/ R Ti[?]nker, 1700).

Aphra Behn, All the Histories and Novels, 4th edition (London: R. Wellington/ R Ti[?]nker, 1700).

ALL THE| HISTORIES| AND| NOVELS| Written by the Late| Ingenious Mrs. BEHN,| Entire in One VOLUME.| VIZ.| I. The History of Oroonoko,| or the Royal-Slave. Written| by the Command of King| Charles the Second.| II. The Fair Jilt, or Prince| Tarquin.| III. Agnes de Castro; or,| the Force of Generous Love.| IV. The Lover's Watch, or, the| Art of making Love; being| Rules for Courtship for every| Hour of the Day and Night.| V. The Ladies Looking-glass to| dress themselves by, or the| whole Art of Charming all| Mankind.| VI. The Lucky Mistake.| VII. Memoirs of the Court of the| King of Bantam.| VIII. The Nun, or the Perjured| Beauty.| IX. The Adventure of the Black| Lady. These three ne-|ver before Published.| [rule]| Together with| The History of the LIFE and MEMOIRS of Mrs. BEHN.| Never before Printed. By one of the Fair Sex. Inter-|mix'd with Pleasant Love-Letters that pass'd betwixt her| and Minheer Van Bruin, a Dutch Merchant; with her Cha-|racter of the Country and Lover: And her Love-Letters| to a Gentleman in England.| [rule]| The Fourth Edition, with Large Additions.| [rule]| LONDON: Printed by R. Wellington, at the Lute in | St. Paul's Church-yard,And are to be sold by R. Tinker,| at the Golden Leg, the Corner of Salisbury Street, in the|, Strand 1700.| Where you may be Furnish'd with all Sorts of Novels and Plays.


Behn, Aphra (1640-1689).

History of Publication

Cf. All the Histories and Novels written by the Late Ingenious Mrs. Behn (1696).link