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English

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  2.   Memoirs of the Life and Adventures of Signor Rozelli. At the Hague [...] The whole being a Series of the most diverting History. and surprizing Events, ever yet made Publick. Done into English, from the Second Edition of the French. Printed for John Morphew. 1709. 5s.link
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  4. [Manley, Atalantis, vol. 1, 1st edition]
    SECRET| MEMOIRS| AND| MANNERS| Of several| Persons of Quality,| OF| Both SEXES.| FROM THE| New ATALANTIS,| AN| Island in the Mediteranean.| [rule]| Written Originally in ITALIAN.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and| J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-yard, in| Thread-needle-street. 1709.link
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  6. [Manley, Atalantis, vol. 2, 1st edition]
    SECRET| MEMOIRS| AND| MANNERS| Of several| Persons of Quality,| OF| Both SEXES.| FROM THE| New ATALANTIS,| AN| Island in the Mediteranean.| [rule]| Written Originally in ITALIAN, and Translated| from the Third Edition of the French.| THE SECOND VOLUME.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and| J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-yard, in| Thread-needle-street. 1709.link
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  8. THE| DIVERTING| WORKS| OF THE| FAMOUS| Miguel de Cervantes,| Author of the History of| DON QUIXOT.| [rule]| Now first Translated from the Spanish.| [rule]| With an Introduction by the Author of| The LONDON-SPY.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed and Sold by J. Round, in Exchange-Alley in Cornhill;| E. Sanger, at the Post House; A. Collins, at the Black-Boy;| and T. Atkinson, in the Temple Change, in Fleet-street; and| T. Baker, at the Bible and Rose in Ludgate-Street, 1709.link
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  10.   THE| Golden Spy:| OR, A| POLITICAL JOURNAL| OF THE| British Nights Entertainments| OF| WAR and PEACE,| AND| LOVE and POLITICKS:| Wherein are laid open,| The Secret Miraculous Power and| Progress of GOLD, in the| Courts of Europe.| [rule]| Intermix'd with| Delightful INTRIGUES, MEMOIRS, TALES, and ADVENTURES, Serious| and Comical.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-|yard, Thread-needle-street; and J. Morphew near| Stationers-hall, M DCCIX.link
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  12.   THE| Island of Content:| OR, A| New PARADISE| Discover'd| [rule]| In a LETTER from Dr. Merryman of the| same Country, to Dr. Dullman of Great Britain.| [rule]| Since Men of Grace, as well as those of Wit,| Place Human Happiness in mere Conceit,| And pious Saints, of teeming Zeals possest,| Coin strange Opinions, to deceive the rest;| Why not my Muse Ætherial Worlds invent,| Or Fancy frame new Islands of Content?| [rule]| By the Author of the Pleasures of a single Life.| [rule]| LONDON| Printed: And sold by J. Baker, at the Black Boy| in Pater-Noster-Row. 1709. Price 6 d.
    Bibliographical Reference: W.H.McBurney (1960), p.17: pp. 3-32. 8░ {L: 12316.cc.30(1). Troyer does not accept attribution to Edward Ward. BM catalogue assigns all Merryman items to Henry Playford. Reprint: Hypolitus Earl of Douglas by Marie Catharine, comtesse d'Aulnoy. The Island of Content (Anonymous) [Foundations of the Novel, ed. Michael F. Shugrue] (New York/ London, 1973)
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  14.   THE| Life and Adventures| OF| Capt. John Avery,| The| Famous English Pirate, (rais'd from a| Cabbin-Boy, to a King) now in Posession of| MADAGASCAR:| BEING| A suctinct Account of his Birth, Parentage, Educa-| tion, Misfortunes, and Success, viz. His serving the| Government on Board the Resolution an Nonsuch Men| War. The Reasons why he quitted that Servive, for| that of the Merchants. His putting to Sea in a Merchant| Ship, where he drew in the Crew to turn Pirates with| him. His sailing to Jamaica, where he dispos'd of the| Ship's Cargo. His taking a large Ship, wort above a| Million Sterling, belonging to the great Mogul, with| his Grand-Daughter on Board, (who was going to be| Marry'd to the King of Persia) attended by a great Re-|tinue of Ladies. His Marriage with the said Princess,| and his Men with her Retinue. The Methods he| took to establish himself. His Wealth, Strength,| and Acquisitions by Sea and Land. His Character.| The several Overtures he has made to return to his| Obedience. A Description of the Country; with its| Customs, Manners, &c.| [rule]| Written by a Person who made his Escape from thence, and| faithfully extracted from his Journal.| [rule]| London, Printed: And Sold by J. Baker, at the Black-| [text loss in Reprint - presumably: "at the Black-|Boy in Pater-Noster-Row. 1709. Price 1 s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W.H.McBurney (1960), p.18: 64 pp. Reprint: The Perfidious P--- (Anonymous). The Glorious Life and Actions of St. Whigg (Anonymous). The Life and Adventures of Captain John Avery (Anonymous) [Foundations of the Novel, ed. Michael F. Shugrue] (New York/ London, 1973).
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  16.   The virgin unmasked, or, Female dialogues, betwixt an elderly maiden lady, and her niece. 1709.link
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  18.   Three Ingenious Spanish Novels: Namely, I. The Loving Revenge: or Wit in a Woman. II. The Lucky Escape: or, The Jilt Detected. III. The Witty Extravagant: or, The Fortunate Lover (London: E. Tracey, 1709).link

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  20.   Cynthia: with The Tragical Account of the Unfortunate Loves of Almerin and Desdemona: [...] a Novel. [...] the fifth Edition, corrected. London: E. Tracy, 1709.link
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  22.   [Manley, Atalantis, vol. 1, 2nd edition]
    SECRET| MEMOIRS| AND| MANNERS| Of several| Persons of Quality,| OF| Both SEXES.| FROM THE| New ATALANTIS,| AN| Island in the Mediteranean.| [rule]| Written Originally in ITALIAN.| [rule]| The Second Edition| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and| J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-yard, in| Thread-needle-street. 1709.link
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  24.   The Amours of Milistrate and Prazimene. A Novel. London: 1709.link
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  26.   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 [...] Written in Italian by Carlo Monte Socio [...] and Translated from the Vatican Manuscript. Second Edition, Corrected, printed for D. Browne, G. Sawbridge, E. Sanger, S. Briscoe, and J. Baker. 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.17: 2 vols. 380 and 325 pp. 8░ {L: 1080.m.5} {N Case Y 1565.M7471}. History of Publication: (1708; 1709; [1714]; [1724]; 1724; [1733]; Translated, adapted, or written by Charles Gildon.

German

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  2.   ANTONIA de PALMA in einer angenehmen Staats und Liebes Geschichte so des letzten Romans Andren Band vollends abgiebet, der galanten Welt zu vergönnter Gemüths-Ergötzung aufgeführet von TALANDERN. Leipzig: J. L. Gleditsch, M. G. Weidmann 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.212: 576 pp. [Author: A. Bohse; is the second part of: Talanders letztes Liebes- und Heldengedicht published in 1725 with pt. 1 as Verliebte Verwirrungen] {18: Scrin A/523}.
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  4.   Cupidons güldenes Sæculum. Nürnberg, 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.229: Source French: Le siècle d'or de Cupidon. Ge.
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  6.   Der arabischen Königin Sophiæ Kirchen-, Helden- Staats- und Liebes-Romain. Leipzig: Knoch 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983)
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  8.   Der Raffinirte STATIST, Nach seiner Regiersucht in Politicis, Verkehrten Art in Oecomicis, Und passionirtem Wesen in Judiciariis. Andern Zur ergötzenden Warnung und reifferm Nachdencken aufgeführet. Nebst einer Vorrede. Hamburg: S. Heyl u. G. Liebezeit 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.242: 288 pp. {12: p.o.germ. 1415}.
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  10.   Der verkehrte, nunmehr aber beinahe bekehrte Priester. 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.214: [J. H. Goldmann] HG.
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  12.   Der verliebte Solande, und die gegenliebende Floramene. Das ist: Hellpolierter Liebes-Spiegel, Darinn sich ein noch ungeübter Liebhaber wol besehen, all sein Thun und Lassen darnach anstellen, sich bey den holdseeligen Frauen-Zimmer beliebt machen, und zu einer glückseeligen, wolbegüterten und vornehmen Mariage gelangen könne. Allen Zucht- und Tugend-liebenden Gemüthern zu geziemender Ergötzung aufgestellet. von Philogamo aus Paphos. 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.205: first published c. 1687. Another edition under the title: Die Mittel, wodurch sich ein jedweder zu einer angenehmen Heyrath befördern kann (Augsburg [Plantin], 1722).
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  14.   [Der| Verliebte| Studente,| In einigen annehmlichen, und wahrhafftigen| Liebes-Geschichten,| welche sich in einigen Jahren| in Teutschland zugetragen.| [vignette]| Der galanten Welt| zu vergönter| Gemüths-Ergetzung| Vorgestellet, von| CELANDER| [rule]| CÖLLN,| Bey PIERRE MARTAUX, 1709.link]
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  16.   Der von den Römern an dem sabinischen Frauenzimmer begangene Raub. Rom 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.215: R. Schw.
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  18.   Die Beschreibung Des desperaten Studentens, So ein list- und lustiger Kauffmanns-Pursche worden. Nebst Pyrackmons Geheimen Copier-Buche seiner verliebten Brieffe und Arien. Wolte mit aufrichtiger Feder darlegen Leonhard Gialdi. Rom.
    Published in Leipzig, ca. 1709. Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.121: [6] pp., 112 pp. {1a: Yu 9921}. Ist erweiterte Neuberabeitung von: Die Lustig- und Listige Kauffmanns-Jungen [ca 1690].
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  20.   Herrn Francisci Leguat, eines Franzosen [...] Reisen. 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.223: Source: Voyage et avantures de Franšois Leguat, (1708). 1723 as: Der französische Robinson. (Liegnitz, 1723). Ge. Go. U. Me.
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  22.   Hof- und Kriegsergötzlichkeiten, Leipzig: Knoch 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.169: R- HG.
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  24.   Lebens- und Liebesbeschreibung der Gabriele d'Estrées. Straßburg 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.185: R- Schw.
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  26.   Lebens- und Liebes-Geschichte des Königlichen Sclaven Oroonoko in West-Indien: Mit ihren wahrhafften und merckwürdigen Umständen, Durch die sinnreiche Feder der berühmten Engelländerin Mrs. Afra Behn. Verteutscht durch M. V**. [rule] Hamburg: Gedruckt und verlegt durch Thomas von Wierings seel. Erben, im gülden A, B, C, bey der Börse, 1709.link
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  28.   Nothwendige Studenten-Regeln Welche Aus allerhand merckwürdigen Begebenheiten gezogen, Durch gründliche Discurse und angenehme Realien erleutert Und denen Studierenden insgemein Zu fleißiger Beobachtung recommandiret werden Von MUSANDRO. Görlitz: J. Rohrlach 1709.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.244: [6] pp., 199 pp. {29: Mrh I #}. 1739 and 1743 slightly abridged as: Der Studente in seinen probe Jahren in Verschiedenen wahrhafften Begebenheiten abgeschildert und zum Nutzen auch Belustigung junger Gemüther vorgestellet von Musandern (Frankfurt/ Leipzig [1739]). [8] pp., 225 pp. {11: Ay 24112} {24: dt. D. 8░ 8658}.
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  30.   Der| EuropŠischen| Höfe,| Liebes-| Und| Helden-Geschichte,| Der Galanten Welt zur ver-|gnügten Curiosité ans Licht| gestellet| Von| Menantes.| [rule]| HAMBURG,| [rule]| Bey Gottfried Liebernickels Seel. Wittwe, 1709.link
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  32. THEATRUM| Malorum Mulierum,| Oder| Schau-Platz| Der Bosheiten aller bösen| und Regier-süchtigen Weiber| über ihre Männer,| Von Eva an biß Socrates| Entsprossener Xantippe, und| ihre bösen Nachfolgerin.| Treufleißig colleg. und beschrieben,| Im Jahr, da die Männer gut, und| die Weiber waren böse.| Nebst etl. wenigen Recepten, böse Weiber| gut zu machen.| Von dem, der die Wahrheit| Fein Rein Schreibet.| [rule]| Hunßfeld,| Verlegts Carl Kalte-Schahl.link
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