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French

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  2.   Henry duc des Vandales. Histoire véritable. Avec un extrait des histoires tragiques de Bandel, traduites par Belleforest; qui contient des circonstances curieuses sur l'origine de ces peuples, & sur cette histoire. Orneé de figures [...] Par M. D., auteur des Belles grecques. Paris, 1714.with image
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  4.   Histoire amoureuse et badine du Congrès et de la ville d'Utrecht, en plusieurs lettres. Liege.with image
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  6.   Les Aventures de***, ou les Effets surprenans de la sympathie. Paris : P. Prault, 1714.with image

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  8. AVANTURES| DE| TELEMAQUE,| FILS D’ULYSSE,| OU| SUITE DU QUATRIE’ME LIVRE| DE L’ODYSSE’E| D'HOMERE.| Par Monseigneur FRANÇCOIS de Salignac, de| la Mothe Fenelon, Archevêque Duc de Cambray, Prince du| St. Empire, Comte du Cambresis, ci-devant Précepteur de| Messeigneurs le Duces de Bourgogne, d'Anjou| & de Berry, &c.| Servant d'Instruction à Monseigneur le| DUC DE BOURGOGNE.| Derniére Edition, plus ample & plus exact que| les précédentes.| [publishers signet: a shield with the inscription "Ps:84 v.12." protects a bird on a rock inmidst the waves "Defendor Benigné"] A LA HAYE,| Aux depens de DANIEL BARTHELEMY,| Libraire à Ulme, ANNO 1714.with image
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  10.   L'ATALANTIS| DE MADAME| MANLEY,| CONTENANT| LES INTRIGUES POLITIQUES,| DE LA NOBLESSE| D'ANGLETERRE.| Et où l'on découvre le secrèt| DE LA DERNIERE REVOLUTION.| Seconde Edition, où on a mis la Clef en Mar-|ge, & ajouté un Table des Matiéres.| TOME PREMIER.| [Emblem: Hermes hovering above books and a package made ready for shipping with the initials HS (Henry Scheurleer). Inscription: "VOOR KONST EN KOOPMANSCHAP."]| Selon la Copie Imprimée| A LONDRES,| Chez JEAN MORPHEW.| [rule]| M.DCC.XIV.link

English

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  2. MEMOIRS| OF THE| LIFE| Of COUNT| DE GRAMMONT:| Containing, in Particular, the| Amorous Intrigues| OF THE| COURT OF ENGLAND| In the REIGN of| King CHARLES II.| [rule]| Translated from the French| By Mr. BOYER.| [rule]| Il peut revenir un Condé| Il peut revenir un Turenne;| Un Comte de Grammont est en vain demandé,| La Nature auroit trop de Peine.| St. Evremond.| [rule]| LONDON: Printed, and are to be Sold by J. ROUND| in Exchange-Alley, W. TAYLOR at the Ship in Pater-|noster-row, J. BROWN near Temple-Bar, W. LEWIS in| Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, and J. GRAVES next White's| Chocolate-House in St. Jamses's-Street, 1714.link
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  4. MEMOIRS| OF THE| Lives, Intrigues,| AND| Comical Adventures| Of the most Famous| GAMESTERS| AND| Celebrated Sharpers| In the Reigns| of Charles II.| James II.| William III.| AND| Queen Anne.| Wherein is contain'd| The Secret History of Gaming, discovering| all the most sharping Tricks and Cheats (us'd by slight| of Hand) at Picquet, Gleek, Lanterloo, Bankafalet, Basset,| Primero, Cribbidge, Verquere, Tick-tack, Grand-Tricktrack;| and the English, Dutch, French, Spanish, and Italian| Games, play'd with Cards, Dice, Tables, or otherwise.| The whole calculated for the Meridians of| London, Bath, Tunbridge, and the Groom-Porters.| [rule]| By Theophilius Lucas, Esq;| [rule]| London, Printed for Jonas Brown without Temple-bar,| and Ferdinando Burleigh in Amen-Corner. 1714.link
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  6. THE| ADVENTURES| OF| RIVELLA;| OR, THE| HISTORY| Of the AUTHOR of the ATALANTIS.| WITH| Secret Memoirs and Characters of several| considerable Persons her Cotemporaries.| [rule]| Deliver'd in a Conversation to the Young| Chevalier D'AUMONT in Sommerset-House| Garden, by Sir CHARLES LOVEMORE.| [rule]| Done into English from the French.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed in the Year M.DCC.XIV.| Price 2 s. in Sheep, 2 s. 6 d. in Calf's Leather.link
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  8.   THE| Count de GABALIS:| Being a Diverting| HISTORY| OF THE| Rosicrucian DOCTRINE| OF| SPIRITS,| VIZ.| SYLPHS, SALAMADERS, GNOMES,| and DÆMONS: Shewing their Various| Influence upon Human Bodies.| [rule]| Done from the PARIS Edition.| [rule]| To which is prefix'd| Monsieur BAYLE'S Account of this WORK:| And of the SECT of the ROSICRUCIANS.| [rule]| Qoud tanto impendio abscontitur, etiam solummodo| demonstrare, distruere est. Tertull.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for B. LINTOTT and E. CURLL, in| Fleet-Street, 1714. Price 1 s.link
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  10. THE| COURT| OF| ATALANTIS.| CONTAINING,| A Four Years HISTORY of that| Famous ISLAND,| Political and Gallant;| Intermixt with| Fables and Epistles| IN| VERSE and PROSE.| [rule]| By several Hands.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed and Sold by J. ROBERTS in| Warwick-Lane. M DCC XIV.link
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  12. THE| HISTORY| OF THE| LIVES| Of the most Noted| HIGHWAY-MEN,| FOOT-PADS,| HOUSE-BREAKERS,| SHOP-LIFTS,| AND| CHEATS,| Of both Sexes, in and about London,| and other Places of Great Britain, for| above fifty Years last past.| Wherein their most secret and barbarous Murders,| unparallel'd Robberies, notorious Thefts, and| unheard of Cheats, are expos'd to the Publick.| [rule]| By Capt. Alexander Smith.| [rule]| Foelices proavorum atavos, foelicia dicas| Secula quae quondam sub regibus, atque tribunis| viderunt uno contentam carcere Romam. Juv. Sat.3| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall,| and A. Dodd without Temple-Bar. M DCC XIV.link
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  14.   THE| LADIES TALES:| EXEMPLIFIED| IN THE| Vertues and Vices| OF THE| QUALITY,| WITH REFLECTIONS.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for Ferd. Burleigh in Amen Corner;| A. Dod without Temple-Bar; and J. Graves,| next White's Chocolate-House in St.| James's Street, 1714.link
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  16.   THE| LIFE| AND| Notable Adventures,| OF THAT| Renown'd Knight| Don Quixote| De la MANCHA.| [rule]| Merrily Translated into Hudibrastick Verse.| [rule]| Vol. III. Part the 1st| By EDWARD WARD.| [rule]| To be continued till the whole is compleated. With covers to keep it cleen in order to be bound up.| LONDON:| Printed for Eben. Tracy and Sold by J. Morphew and J. Woodward, 1714.link
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  18.   THE| MYSTERIES| OF| VIRGINITY:| OR,| A full Discovery of the DIFFERENCE| Between Young Maids and Old Ones.| Set forth in several Diverting Dialogues| of the Female Sex,| ON| Love and Gallantry,| Marriage and single Life,| Dress and Behaviour,| Batchellors and Husbands,| Beauty and Courtship| Plays and Musick.| With many other curious Subjects| relating to Young Women not enter'd into| the State of MATRIMONY.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed: And sold by J. Morphew near| Stationers-Hall, and A. Dodd with-|out Temple-Bar, 1714.link
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  20.   THE| PERSIAN| AND THE| TURKISH| TALES,| COMPLEAT.| Translated formerly from those Languages| into French, by| M. Petis de la Croix,| Dean of the King's Interpreters, Reader and| Professor in the Royal College at Paris.| And now into Engl!sh from that Translation,| By the late Learned Dr. King,| And several other Hands.| To which are added,| Two LETTERS from a French Abbot| to his Friend at Paris; giving an Account| of the Island of MADAGASCAR;| and of the French Embassador's Reception| by the King of SIAM.| [rule]| In TWO VOLUMES.| [rule]| VOL. I.| [double rule]| LONDON: Printed for W. Mears at the| Lamb, and J. Browne at the Black Swan,| both without Temple Bar. MDCCXIV.link
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  22.   THE| Second Volume| OF THE| HISTORY| OF THE| LIVES| Of the most Notorious| High-way-Men,| FOOT-PADS,| And Other| THIEVES,| AND| Murderers,| Of both Sexes, for above fifty Years| last past; Continu'd from Du Vall,| and the German Princess, which com-|pleats the History to the present time.| Wherein their Thefts, Cheats, and Murders,| committed in GREAT-BRITAIN, and| IRELAND, are farther expos'd.| [rule]| By Capt. ALEXANDER SMITH.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed for J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall,| and A. Dodd, without Temple-Bar. 1714.link
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  24.   THE| Thousand and One Days:| Persian TALES.| [rule]| VOL. I.| [rule]| Translated from the French.| By Mr. PHILIPS.| [rule]| [Greek motto] Longinus.| [double rule]| LONDON:| Printed for J. Tonson at Shakespear's-Head over-|against Catherine-street in the Strand. 1714.link
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  26.   The works of Monsieur de St Evremond made English from the French original: With; The author's life by Mr Des Maizeaux: To which are added; The Memoirs of the Dutchess of Mazarin written in her name by Abbot St. Real (London, J. Churchill, 1714).link

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  28.   ADAM and EVE| Stript of their| FURBELOWS:| OR, THE| Fashionable Virtues and| Vices of both SEXES expos'd to| publick View.| [rule]| In Two PARTS.| [rule]| I. Of the LADIES.| II. Of the GENTLEMEN.| WITH| Familiar Descants upon each CHARACTER.| [rule]| The needy Knave is punish'd for his Fau't,| And the poor Punk is to Correction brought.| The Great sin only at a nobler Price,| And with a richer Mantle, hide their Vice.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed for J. WOODWARD in Scalding-Alley near| Stocks-Market, and A. BETTESWORTH at the Red Lyon| on London Bridge. Price bound 2 s. 6 d.link
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  30.   ADAM and EVE| Stript of their| FURBELOWS:| OR, THE| Fashionable Virtues and| Vices of both SEXES expos'd to| publick View.| [rule]| In Two PARTS.| [rule]| I. Of the LADIES.| II. Of the GENTLEMEN.| WITH| Familiar Descants upon each CHARACTER.| [rule]| The Second EDITION.| [rule]| The needy Knave is punish'd for his Fau't,| And the poor Punk is to Correction brought.| The Great sin only at a nobler Price,| And with a richer Mantle hide their Vice.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed for A. BETTESWORTH at the red| Lyon in Pater-Noster Row. Price Bound 3 s.link
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  32.   FIVE| LOVE-LETTERS| FROM A| NUN| TO A| CAVALIER,| WITH THE| Cavalier's Answers.| To which is annex'd,| The Art of Love, a POEM, in Two| Books, Dedicated to the Ladies by Mr.| Charles Hopkins.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for R. Wellington at| the Dolphin and Crown, the West-|end of St. Paul's Church-yard, 1714.| Lately Publish'd.| The Works of Mr. Nathaniel Lee, in 2 Vols 8vo,| viz. Vol. the 1st, Theodotius, or the Force of Love, Sophonisba, Nero, Gloriana, Rival Queens, Princess of| Cleve, Mithridates King of Pontus. Vol. the 2d, Cæ-|sar, Borgia, Lucius Brutus, Constantine, Oedipus,| Duke of Guise, Massacre of Paris. Price 12 d.link
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  34.   Grace Abounding. To the chief of Sinners, or a brief and faithful relation of the exceeding mercy of God in Christ, to his poor servant John Bunyan. All which was written by his own hand, The ninth edition Corrected and mu[ch] enlarged by the author. Belfast printed and are to be sold [...] [17]14.link
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  36.   The Diverting| HISTORY| OF THE| Count de GABALIS:| CONTAINIG,| I. An Account of the Rosicrucian Doctrine| of Spirits, viz. Sylphs, Salamaders, Gnomes,| and Dæmons; shewing their various Influence| upon Human Bodies.| II. The Nature and Advantages of Studying the Occult Sciences.| III. The Carnal Knowledge of Women to be| renoun'd.| IV. ADAM's Fall not occasion'd by eating the| Apple, but by his carnal Knowledge of EVE.| V. The Rise, Progress, and Decay of Oracles.| VI. A Parallel between Ancient and Modern| Priestcraft.| [rule]| To which is prefix'd, Monsieur Bayle's Account of this| Work, and of of the SECT of the ROSICRUCIANS.| [rule]| Qoud tanto impendio abscontitur, etiam solummodo demon-|strare, distruere est. Tertul.| [rule]| The Second Edition| LONDON: Printed for B. Lintott at the Croß-Keys,| and E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible, in Fleet-Street, 1714.link
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  38.   THE| HISTORY| OF THE| LIVES| Of the most Noted| HIGHWAY-MEN,| FOOT-PADS,| HOUSE-BREAKERS,| Shop-lifts and Cheats,| Of both Sexes, in and about London,| and other Places of Great Britain, for| above fifty Years last past.| Wherein their most secret and barbarous Murders,| unparallel'd Robberies, notorious Thefts, and| unheard of Cheats, are expos'd to the Publick.| [rule]| By Capt. ALEXANDER SMITH.| [rule]| In Two Volumes.| [rule]| The Second Edition.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall,| and A. Dodd without Temple-Bar. M DCC XIV.link
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  40.   THE| MEMOIRS| OF THE| Lives, Intrigues,| AND| Comical Adventures| Of the most Famous| GAMESTERS| AND| Celebrated Sharpers| In the Reigns| of Charles II.| James II.| William III.| AND| Queen Anne.| Wherein is contain'd| The Secret History of Gaming, discovering| all the most sharping Tricks and Cheats (us'd by slight| of Hand) at Picquet, Gleek, Lanterloo, Bankafalet, Basset,| Primero, Cribbidge, Verquere, Tick-tack, Grand-Tricktrack;| and the English, Dutch, French, Spanish, and Italian| Games, play'd with Cards, Dice, Tables, or otherwise.| The whole calculated for the Meridians of| London, Bath, Tunbridge, and the Groom-Porters.| [rule]| By Theophilius Lucas, Esq;| [rule]| The Second Edition.| [rule]| Printed for J. Brown without Temple-bar, J. Hooke at| the Flower de Luce in Fleetstreet, W. Hinchliffe at Drydens-head| under the Royal Exchange, & F. Burleigh in Amen-Corner. 1714.link
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  42.   [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. 1714.link]
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  44.   THE| Pilgrim's Progress| FROM| THIS WORLD| TO| That which is to come:| Delivered under the Similitude of a| DREAM:| Wherein is Discovered,| The Manner of his setting out,| His Dangerous JOURNEY,| AND| Safe Arrival at the Desired Country.| [rule]| By JOHN BUNYAN.| [rule]| The Eighteenth Edition, with Additions| of New Cuts.| [rule]| I have used Similitudes. Hosea xii. 0.| [rule]| Licensed and Entred according to Order.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed for N. Boddington, at the Golden| Ball in Duck-Lane. 1714.link
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  46.   THE| WORKS| OF| PETRONIUS ARBITER,| Translated by several Hands.| With a KEY by a Person of Honour,| AND ALSO| His Life and Character,| By Monsieur St. Evremont.| [rule]| To which is added,| Some other of the Roman Poets, viz. Ca-|tullus, Tibullus and Propertius. And Translations| from the Greek of Pindar, Anacreon and Sappho.| With a Poem on TELEMACHUS,| By the Duke of Devonshire;| And an Essay on Poetry, by| John Duke of Buckingham.| The whole Adorn'd with CUTS.| [rule]| LONDON, Printed for Sam. Briscoe, and Sold by| J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall and. Ja. Woodward in Scalding-|Alley, against Stocks-Market. 1714.link

German

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  2.   Betrüglicher| COURTESIE-|Spiegel| Des| Galanten Academischen| Frauenzimmers/| Welcher| Die mancherley artigsten| Avanturen und lustigsten Liebes-|Intriquen derselben in einem Roman| fürstellet.| Herausgegeben| von| Florando.| [vignette]| [rule]| Franckfurt und Leipzig/ 1714.link
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  4. CVRIEVSE| Liebes-|Begebenheiten.| Aus dem| Frantzhösischen| übersetzet;| Und mit den darzu gehörigen Kupfern| nebst einer| Vertheidigung| wider| CELANDERN,| an| das Licht gestellet:| von| MELETAON.| [line of typographical ornaments]| Cölln gedruckt im Jahr 1714.link
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  6.   Das wandelbare Glück im Lieben, in einer anmutigen Liebes-Geschicht vorgestellet von Helmondus, Weißenfels, Johann Friedrich Wehrmann 1714.link
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  8.   Der| Durchlauchtigste| HERMION-|TES| Cron-Printz| aus| SYRIEN.| Der| Galanten Welt| in einem| Helden-Gedichte| abgebildet/| von| MELETAON.| [rule]| Nürnberg/| Zu finden bey Johann Albrecht.| An. 1714.link
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  10. Der| Galante Congress| in| der Stadt Utrecht/| oder| Einige| Zeit währender letzten Frie-|dens-Handlung daselbst| vorgefallene| Liebes-Begebenheiten/| Aus| Frantzösischen Briefen/ von einem| Anwesenden entworffen/ und| durch andere Avanturen| vermehret.| [rule]| Cöln/| bey Peter Marteau seel. Söhnen| und Erben. 1714.link
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  12.   Der| Kurtzweilige| AVANTURIER,| Oder:| MIRANDORS| Seltsamer| Lebens-Lauf/| Worinnen unterschiedene sonderbare Begebnisse/ wunderliche Zu-|fälle/ angenehme Liebes-Händel/ nutzliche Anmerckungen über den jetzigen| Zustand der Welt/ und ernstliche Bestraffung der heut zu Tag im Schwang| gehenden Laster und Thorheiten zu finden.| Aus dem Holländischen in das Hoch-Teutsche übersetzet.| [rule]| Ridendo dicere verum, quis vetat?| [rule]| Augspurg druckts und verlegts Andreas Maschenbauer| Und auch zu finden| In Regenspurg bey Johann Zacharias Seydel/ Buchhändlern allda.| 1714.link
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  14.   Der| Lustige| Weiber-|PROCURATOR,| Welcher| Das| Weibliche Geschlecht| Gegen| Alle| Spötter und Verächter| Desselben/| Bester massen defendiret/| Ihm das gebührende Lob beyleget/| Die beywohnenden Tugenden erhebet/| Und| Dessen sonderbare Gerechtigkeiten| und Privilegia darstellet;| Bey müssigen Stunden| Entworffen| Und mit einem Register versehen| Von| F.J.R. J.U.P.| [rule]| Cölln/ bey Peter Marteau. 1714.link
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  16. Der| Römischen| Octavia| Sechster Theil.| [vignette]| Braunschweig,| Gedruckt und verlegt durch Johann Georg Zilligern| Hochfürstl. privil. Hof-Buchdrucker.link
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  18.   Cholem, eines Syrers, Historia Anecdota [...] von der Frau Pilatussin. Jerusalem in König Herodis Hoff-Buchdruckerey, 1714.link
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  20.   Historisch-Algebraischer| sehr nützlicher| Zeit-Vertreib,| Bestehend| In 100. sehr raren und seltsamen| Geschichts-Erzehlungen,| Welche mit grossem Fleiß aus den raresten und| glaubwürdigsten Geschichts-Schreibern colligiret| und in die edle ALGEBRAM| solchergestalt verfasset worden/| Daß nicht allein sothaner Kunst| Geflissene besondern Nutzen/ sondern auch| männiglich aus denen Erzehlungen selbst| Vergnügen haben werde/| von| H. C.| In der Kunst-Rechnungs Lieb-und übenden Societät| Dem Continuirenden.| [line of typographical ornaments]| Lübeck/| Verlegts Johann Christian Schmidt.| Im Jahr 1714.link

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  22.   Das| Galante Rom| oder| CATULLI| Des Edlen Römers| und Poeten| Liebes-Geschichte| In einem anmuthigen Staats-und| Liebes-Roman der galanten Welt zur Ge-|müths-Ergötzung vorgestellet und mit| schönen Kupffern gezieret| Durch| P.| [vignette]| Cölln,| Bey Jacques le Sincere, 1714.link
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  24.   Der| großmüthige| Musicant| PANCALUS,| Oder| MUSICUS| MAGNANIMUS,| In einer überaus| lustigen/ anmuthigen/ und mit| schönen Moralien gezierten| Geschicht/| vorgestellet von| MINERMO,| Des Pancali guten Freunde.| [rule]| FREYBURG/| zufinden bey Joh. Christoph Miethen/ 1714.link
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  26.   [Der Verliebte| Studente/| Welcher| Unter der Lebens-und| Liebes-Geschichte| Des| Venetianischen Barons Iranio| von Q * * * *| Und des| Spanischen Marchesens Infor-|tunio de Stellos.| Der galanten Welt| Zur| Vergönten Zeit-Verkürtzung/| Damit sie sehen möge/ wie es auf denen Univer-|sitäten zugehe/| Schertz-und Ernsthafft zur Beschauung| vorgestellet wird| Von| Celander,| [double rule]| Cölln/ bey Peter Marteau/ Anno 1714.link]
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  28.   Der| vorwitzige| Musicant| BATTALUS,| Oder| MUSICUS| CURIOSUS,| In einer sehr lustigen/ anmuthi-|gen/ unterrichteten/ und mit schö-|nen Moralien durchspieckten| Geschichte/| vorgestellet von| MINERMO,| Des Battali guten Freunde.| FREYBURG/| zufinden bey Joh. Christoph Miethen/ 1714.link
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  30.   Des berühmten Spaniers| Francisci Sambelle| wohlausgepolirte| Weiber-Hächel/| Darinnen demselbigen| Geschlecht| Die Wahrheit tapffer aufge-|fiedelt/ die Laudes hurtig gesun-|gen/ und ihre Handlungen Cho-|raliter herunter figurirt| werden.| Alles auf das kürtzeste ent-|worffen/ und denen Intressen-|ten zur ferneren Uberlegung aus dem| Spanischen ins Hochteutsche über-|setzet/ durch den allenthalben| bekannten| JAN-REBHU,| Von S. Georgen aus dem Länd-|lein ob der Enß.| [rule]| Cölln/| Bey Peter Marteau seel. Söhnen.| Anno 1714.link
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  32.   Des| Durch seine Zauber-Kunst| Bekannten| Christoph| Wagners/| (Weyland-gewesenen Famuli| Des Weltberuffenen| Ertz-Zauberers| D. Johann Faustens,)| Leben und Thaten/| Zum Spiegel und Warnung allen| denen die mit dergleichen verbohtenen| Künsten umbgehen/ von GOtt abweichen/| und dem Satan sich ergeben.| Weyland von Friedrich Schotus Tolet, in| Teutscher Sprach beschrieben/ und nunmehro| mit einer Vorrede/ von dem abscheulichen Laster| der Zauberey vermehret von| P. J. M.| Mg.d.K.P.S.d.W.| [rule]| BERLIN/| Verlegts Johann Andreas Rüdiger/ Privilegirter Buch-|händler gegen dem Königl. Posthauß über.| 1714.link
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  34.   Die| Unglückselige| Princessin| Arsinöe,| Welche| durch eine sehr angenehme| Liebes-Geschichte,| sowohl in seltzsamen| Staats-und Glücks-Ver-|wirrungen/| als auch| verschiedenen curieusen| Liebes-Briefen| Zu vergönneter Gemüths-Ergö-|tzung vorgestellet wird| von| Talandern.| Mit schönen Kupfern gezieret.| [rule]| Nürnberg/| Bey Peter Conrad Monath. 1714.link
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  36.   Historischer| Welt-Spiegel/| welcher| allerhand Lehrreiche| Freuden-Trauer und Wun-|der-Geschichte samt vielen merck-|würdigen und raren Sachen/ die so wohl in| EuropaŠischen als andern Ländern| zu finden/| aus denen glaubwürdigsten Scribenten| so wohl zur nutzbahren als ergötzenden| Nachricht zeiget/| zum Dienste der Wohlgesinnten| aufgestellet von| Talandern.| [publisher's signet]| LEIPZIG,| bey Johann Ludwig Gleditsch| und Moritz George Weidmann.| Anno 1714.link

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