THE| LOVER'S| WEEK:| OR, THE| Six Days Adventures| OF| Philander and Amaryllis.| [rule]| Written by a Young LADY.| [rule]| The Cause of Love can never be assign'd;| 'Tis in no Face, but in the Lover's Mind.| Dryden.| [double rule]| The Second Edition.| LONDON:| Printed for E. CURLL at the Dial and Bible,| and R. FRANCKLIN at the Sun, both over-|against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street.| M.DCC.XVIII.| Price One Shilling.
p.[i] titlepage/ p.[iii-v] dedication: Mrs. Manley; dated: 29 May 1718; signed: M[ary]. H[earne]./ p.[vi-viii] Poem "To the Fair and Ingenious Author of the Lover's Week"; signed: Joseph Gay [i.e. Breval, John Durant 1680-1738]/ p.1-56 Text, dated: 23 April 1718/ 4°.
W. H. McBurney (1960), p.34: 90a. ESTC: t72369.
RP: reel 2592, no. 2.
M.H. = Mary Hearne see Honour, the Victory; and Love, the Prize. Illustrated in Ten Novels by Mrs. Hearne (London: E. Curll, 1720).
Cf. The Lover's Week: or, The Six Days Adventures of Philander and Amaryllis (London: E. Curll/ R. Francklin, 1718).