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French

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  2.   Histoire politique et amoureuse du fameux Cardinal Louis Portocarrero, archevêque de Tolède. 1704.
    English:
    • The History Political and Gallant of the Famous Card. Portocarrero Archbishop of Toledo. Done out of French. Printed by W. R. and to be Sold by John Nutt and most Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1704.
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  4.   Les mille et une Nuits: Contes arabes. [...] Trad. en francois par Galland. Paris: Barbin, 1704.link

Dutch


    Reprinted
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  2.   Het koddig en vermakelijk leven van Louwtje van Zevenhuizen of: het schermschool der huislieden [...]. Rotterdam: Pieter de Vries, 1704.
    Shelf-marks: {UBU: 221 G 21:1}. Bibliographical Reference: Mateboer 823, Buisman 2146, Muller 503. History of Publication: Schermschool der huislieden, of het koddige leven der boeren (Rotterdam: Pieter de Mooy, 1700).link
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  4.   Lusthof der boeren, of: schermschool der huislieden: bestaande in minneryen, vegt- en snywerk. Rotterdam: Pieter de Vries, 1704.
    Shelf-marks: {KB: 298 M 11} {UBU: 221 G 21:2}. Bibliographical Reference: Mateboer 1027, Buisman 2146. History of Publication: Schermschool der huislieden, of het koddige leven der boeren (Rotterdam: Pieter de Mooy, 1700).link

English

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  2.   A Looking-Glass for Married People: Or, The Fantastick Adventures of Sir E- H- with his Seven Wives. Written by himself [or rather Brown, Thomas], in the time of his Confinement. Put into Modern English. by Mr. Tho. Brown. 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.6: Included (pp. 141-161) in Marriage Ceremonies; As now Used In all Parts of the World. Very diverting. especially to the Ladies. Written Originally in Italian, By Seignior Gaya (London: Printed for John Nutt). 8 2s. (TC, III, 373). {L: 8415.bbb.15}. This edition of Marriage Ceremonies was recorded in TC in December 1703; the title page date is 1704.
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  4.   An Historical Account of the Sufferings and Death of the Faithful Confessor and Martyr. M.Isaac Le Fevre, an Advocate of Parliament, Who after 18 Years Imprisonment, Died a Slave in the French King's Gallies. Together with a particular Relation of the Condition of the other Miserable Prisoners there. Extracted from his own and other Confessors Letters and Authentick Memoirs. Done into English from the French. To which is prefix'd a Preface by the Editor. Printed by T. W. for Thomas Bennet, 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: W.H.McBurney (1960), p.7: History of Publication: (1704; 1713). 158 pp. 8 {L: 700.f.22}.
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  6.   A| TALE| OF A| TUB.| Written for the Universal Im-|provement of Mankind.| [rule]| Diu multumque desideratum.| [...] LONDON: Printed for John Nutt, near| Stationers-Hall. M DCC IV.link
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  8.   The History Political and Gallant of the Famous Card. Portocarrero Archbishop of Toledo. Done out of French. Printed by W. R. and to be Sold by John Nutt and most Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: according to W. H. McBurney (1960), p.8: translated from Histoire politique et amoureuse du fameux Cardinal Louis Portocarrero, archevêque de Tolède. 1704. 300 pp. 12 {L: 12511.c.16} {N Case Y 1565.H633}.
    Reprinted
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  10.   A Tale of a Tub [...] The Second Edition Corrected, London: Printed for J. Nutt, 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: editions in 1704; 1704; 1704; 1705; 1705; 1710; 1711; 1724; 1733; 1734; 1739 cf. W. H. McBurney (1960), p.7: 322 pp. 8 {L: 1079.m.13} {H *EC7/ -Sw551/ 704tb}.
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  12.   A Tale of a Tub [...] The Third Edition Corrected, London: Printed for J. Nutt, 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: editions in 1704; 1704; 1704; 1705; 1705; 1710; 1711; 1724; 1733; 1734; 1739) W. H. McBurney (1960), p.7: 322 pp. 8 {L: 12316.t.41} {H I6422.26.5.*}.
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  14.   THE| Perfidious P-- [...]. Another edition (?), London: Printed for R.Basset, 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.5: (TC, III, 402). Also advertised for William Turner and R. Basset.

German

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  2. Beschluß| Der Römischen| Octavia,| Der| Durchleuchtigsten Herzogin| gewidmet,| Die diese Römerin| von ihrem| mehr als zwanzigjährigem Schlaff| aufferwecket. | [vignette]| Nürnberg,| In Verlegung Joh. Hoffmanns S. Wittib,| und Engelbert Streck.| ANNO M DCCIV.| Christian-Erlang, Druckts Johann Fridrich Regelein.link
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  4.   Der Entlarvte CUPIDO, welcher Allerhand wahrhafftig gewechselte Liebes-und Freundschaffts-Briefe, der galanten Welt Zum beliebten Zeitvertreib offeriren läst durch Polandern. Leipzig: Chr. Seidel 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.131: 330 pp. [H. Pohlmann] {12: p.o.germ. 1088tm [Xerokopie d. Ex. in Yale]}.
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  6.   Der verliebte Engelländer, oder der vortreffliche und glückselige Graf von Warwick. Nürnberg 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.136: Source: d'Aulnoy, Le comte de Warwick, 1703). Ge.
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  8.   Der| Verliebte| Oesterreicher,| Oder| Die Liebs- und Lebens-|Geschicht| Mit der an Tugenden und| Schönheit unvergleich-|lichen| SORONA| Durch| Jean Rebhu.| [line of typographical ornaments]| Gedruckt Anno 1704.
    The Meßkatalog for autumn 1703 states Joh. Hoffmanns Seel. Wittib u. Engelbert Streck in Nürnberg as publishers and printers. Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.211. Hardin (1983): [4] pp., 248 pp. Author Johann Beer {23: Lo 312a} {300: 23.382-A} {Stockholm Royal Library [title page mutilated]} {23:} {Yale, University Library:} {St. Petersburg, Library of the Academy of Sciences:}. Reprint ed. James Hardin [= Nachdrucke Deutscher Literatur des 17. Jahrhuderts, vol. 21] (Bern, 1978).
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  10.   Des berühmten [...] Portocarero Staats- und Liebesgeschichte. Cöln 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.240: Source French: Histoire politique et amoureuse du ... Portocarère (1703). Ge. {19:}.
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  12.   Die drey ärgsten Ertz-Narren In der gantzen Welt Auß vielen Närrischen Begebenheiten hervorgesucht, und Allen Interessenten zu besserem Nachsinnen übergeben, durch Catharinum Civilem. 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: G. Dünnhaupt (1990-93), p.4190-92: 23.9. Author: Weise, Christian. History of publication: cf. first edition (1672).link
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  14.   Die| Erlauchtete| Sclavin,| Welche| Nach deren sonderba-|ren Zufällen und Be-|gebenheiten| ln| einer angenehmen| Historie| aufgeführet,| Von| H. M. S.| [rule]| Cölln,| Bey Peter Marteau, 1704.
    K. Walther Nr. 105: )(3 - )(7, 430 pp. 8. title plate {1 a: Yv 141} Weller; HG 5, 499. This edition follows in its design the 1701 edition. The dedication and the preface have, however, changed all references to individual persons and places to "N. N." Also new title plate.
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  16.   Galante Historien, und Geschicht-Romain in denen Frühlings-Hütten Allen rechtschaffenen Gemüthern, zur erbaulichen Belustigung, abgefast und heraus gegeben von Arminius. Frankfurt, Leipzig [s.t.] 1704.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.169: 96 pp. {35: Lh 93}.
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  18. Octavia| Römischer| Geschichte| Der| Zugabe| Des| Andern Theils| Sechstes Buch.| [rose]| Nürnberg,| Verlegts Johann Hofmanns Seel. Wittib.| und| Engelbert Streck.| 1704.link

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