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French

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  2.   Lettres persanes, 1721.
    History of Publication: Author: Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, baron de. English, translated by John Ozell:
    Persian Letters. Translated from the French by Mr. Ozell (London: Printed for J. Tonson and sold by Thomas Combes and James Lacy, 1722).
    • "Second Edition," (London: Printed for J. Tonson, 1730).
    • "Third Edition," London: Printed and Dublin re-printed by S. Powell for P. Crampton, 1731). pp. 3-260. 12mo. {L: 12512.c.10}.
    • "Third Edition, Carefully corrected. With some Additional Letters by the Author, never translated before," (London: Printed for J. Tonson, 1736), 6s. 2 vols. (261 and 276 pp.). 12mo. {N: Case Y 1565.M749}.
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  4.   Nouvelles avantures de l'infortuné Napolitain, ou du seigneur Rozelli. Amsterdam, 1721.
    History of Publication: cf. [Jean, Abbé Olivier?] L'Infortuné Napolitain, ou les avantures du Seigneur Rozelli (1708).link

    Reprinted
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  6.   Le voyage et les avantures des trois princes de Sarendip: traduit du persan (Amsterdam: Steenhouwer & Uytwerf, 1721).link

English

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  2.   Arabian Nights Entertainments, 10 (1721).
    History of Publication: 1704.link
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  4.   Arabian Nights Entertainments, 12 (1721).
    History of Publication: 1704.link
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  6.   Ildegerte, Queen of Norway; or, Heroick Love: A Novel. Written originally in French, By the Author of the Happy Slave And Translated into English by a Gentleman of Oxford. Printed for W. Chetwood, 1721.
    2 pts. (pp. 1-56 and 3-66). 8vo. 3-1. {L: 12511.f.I5}. Author: Le Noble de Tennelière, Eustache. History of Publication: Translated by John Cavendish from Histoire d'Ildegerte, reine de Danemark et de Norvège, ou l'Amour magnanime. Par M. D*** (Paris, 1694).
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  8.   Letters from a Lady of Quality to a Chevalier. Translated from the French. By Mrs. Haywood. London: Printed for William Chetwood, 1721.link
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  10.   Love in its Empire, Illustrated in Seven Novels, (Never before Extant in any Language) viz. I. Alphonso: Or, Virtue will succeed. II. The Amours of the Marquis de Chalante: Or, Love and Duty. III. The Amours of Riberac, and Madainoiselle Elbiac: Or, The Insensible Obstinate. IV. The Amours of Madame De Ferdezi: Or, The Pretty Heretick. V. The Captive Philosopher: Or, The Power of Love over Reason. VI. The Wit of a Woman. VII. Innocence Preserved. London: Printed for B. Creake, G. Harris, and J. Graves, C. King, and J. Stag, W. Mears, and T. Corbet, W. Meadows, S. Chapman, and J. Williams. 1721. 2s.
    Author: of the first Novel Chamberlen, Paul, the others by LaRoche-Guilhem, Anne de. 180 pp. 12mo. {H: 15492.53.9} {N: Case Y 1565.C37}. Dedication admits that only first novel is original. See La Foire de Beaucaire, nouvelle historique et galante. Amsterdam, 1708.
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  12.   The Life of Madam de Beaumont, a French Lady; Who lived in a Cave in Wales above fourteen Years undiscovered, being forced to fly France for her Religion; and of the Cruel Usage she had there. Also Her Lord's Adventures in Muscovy, where he was a Prisoner some Years. With an Account of his returni . ng to France, and her being discover'd by a Welsh Gentleman who fetch'd her Lord to Wales; and of many strange Accidents which befel them, and their Daughter Belinda, who was stolen away from them; and of their Return to France in the Year 1718. By Mrs. Aubin. Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1721.
    Author: Aubin, Penelope. pp. 9-143. 12Mo. {L: i26I3.a.5} {BPL: *6563-131}.
    • 1728. "Second Edition," listed by Wilford, March 1728, as printed for J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon. is.6d.
    • 1729. Advertised in Laurence Howel's Compleat History of the Holy Gospel by J. and J. Knapton, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and A. Ward.
    • 1739. Included in A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels, Vol. Ill.
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  14.   The Secret History of Pythagoras: Part I. Translated from the Original Copy lately Found at Otranto in Italy. By J. W. M. D. Printed: And Sold by J. Brotherton and W. Meadows, J. Roberts, A. Dodd, W. Chetwood, S. Chapman, and J. Graves. 1721
    pp. 7-36. 8vo. 6d. {L: 10605.C.20}. W .H. McBurney (1960), p.44: Esdaile says translated by Samuel Croxall; Cushing identifies J. W. as Dr. James Walker, author of The History of the Kingdom of Scotland, 1724. History of Publication: 1722. Second edition, printed for J. W. and sold by J. Roberts and W. Chetwood. pp. 7-36. 8vo. {L: 635.f.ii(3).}
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  16.   The Strange Adventures of the Count de Vinevil And his Family. Being an Account of what happen'd to them whilst they resided at Constantinople. And of Madamoiselle Ardelisa, his Daughter's being shipwreck'd on the Uninhabited Island Delos, in her Return to France, with Violetta, a Venetian Lady, the Captain of the Ship, a Priest, and five Sailors. The Manner of their Living there, and Strange Deliverance by the Arrival of a Ship commanded by Violetta's Father. Ardelisa's Entertainment at Venice, and safe Return to France. By Mrs. Aubin. Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1721.
    pp. 9-138.12 mo. {L: 12604.bb.12} {N: Case Y 1565.A897} {BPL *6563.131}
    • 1728. "Second Edition," printed for J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pernberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, pp. 9-138.12mo. Ill 823/Auis/1728 (CS).
    • 1729. Advertised in Howel's Compleat History of the Holy Gospel by J. and J. Knapton, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and A. Ward.
    • 1739. Included in A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels, Vol. II.

    Reprinted
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  18.   Arabian Nights Entertainments: Consisting of One Thousand and One Stories. Told by the Sultaness of the Indies [...] Containing A better Account of the Customs, Manners, and Religion of the Eastern Nations. viz. Tartars, Persians, and Indians, than is to be met with in any Author hitherto publish'd [...]. Vol.5. Fourth Edition. Now done into English from the third Edition in French, Corrected and Amended. Printed for Eliz. Bell, 1721.
    History of Publication: 1704.link
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  20.   HANOVER| TALES:| OR, THE| Secret History| OF| Count FRADONIA| And the Unfortunate| BARITIA.| [rule]| Done from the French. by a LADY.| [rule]| THE SECOND EDITION.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed for A. BETTESWORTH in Pater-noster-|Row, and E. CURLL in the Strand. 1721.| (Price 1 s.d. stich'd, 2 s. bound.)link
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  22.   [Love in Excess by Eliza Haywood. Third Edition, printed for W. Chetwood. 1721.]
    Bibliographical Reference: History of Publication: I:1719; II:1719(?); III:1720; [1721; 1722]; 1724; [1724]; 1725; 1732. Remarks: Advertised in Daily Post, May 29 (Whicher).
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  24.   [Memoirs of a Cavalier: or a Military Journal of The Wars in Germany, and The Wars in England. 1721.]
    Bibliographical Reference: History of Publication: 1720; [1721]. Remarks: Advertised by W. Chetwood in Ildegerte. 5s.
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  26.   The Diverting Works of the Countess D'Anois. Author of Ladies Travels to Spain. Containing I. The Memoirs of her own Life. II. All her Spanish Novels and Histories. III. Her Letters. IV. Tales of the Fairies in Three Parts Compleat. Another edition, printed for W. Taylor and W. Chetwood. vols.1-2, 1721. 5s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W .H. McBurney (1960), p.12: vol.1: 288 pp. vol.2: 273 pp. {H 25226.9.10}. Author: Aulnoy, Marie Catherine Jumelle de Berneville, comtesse d'. According to the preface, the new items are the Second and third parts of the Tales of the Fairies, and the Spanish Novels, translated by W. C. from Contes des fées, 1698, and Nouvelles espanolles, 1692. History of Publication: (1707; 1715; 1721; 1728; 1737; 1737).
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  28.   [The History of the Loves of Antiochus and Stratonice: In which are interspers'd some Accounts relating to Greece and Syria. By Mr. Theobald. 1721.]
    Bibliographical Reference: W .H. McBurney (1960), p.33: Advertised in Ildegerte as printed and sold by W. Chetwood. 2s.6d. bound. Author: Theobald, Lewis. History of Publication: (1717; [1721]). Remarks: According to the author, begun in imitation of Corneille's Antiochus, and possibly adapted from such sources as LeFebre's Les Amours d'Antiochus, Prince de Syrie & de la reine Stratonique (Amsterdam, 1679).
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  30.   [The Life, Adventures, and Pyracies, Of the Famous Captain Singleton. 1721.]
    Bibliographical Reference: History of Publication: 1720; [1721]; 1737. Remarks: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.41: (Esdaile).
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  32.   [The Most Entertaining History of Hyppolito and Aminta. 1721. 3s.
    Bibliographical Reference: Source: Quintana, Francisco de, Historia de Hippolito y Aminta, 1627. Translator: Captain John Stevens. History of Publication: (1718; [1721]; 1729; [1733]). Remarks: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.35: Advertised in Ildegerte among "Books printed and sold by W. Chetwood".
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  34.   [The Prince of Carency. 1721.]
    Bibliographical Reference: Source: Translated from Aulnoy, Marie Catherine Jumelle de Berneville, comtesse d'. Histoire de Jean de Bourbon, Prince de Carency, 1692, or the 1719 French edition. History of Publication: Aulnoy, Marie Catherine Jumelle de Berneville, comtesse d'. The Prince of Carency (1719; 1721); The History of John of Bourbon. Prince of Carency. (1723; 1724). Remarks: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.39: Advertised in Letters from a Lady as sold by W. Chetwood for 4s.6d.
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  36.   The Secret History of the Prince of the Nazarenes and Two Turks. Third edition, printed for J. Moore. 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Description: pp. 1-25, 27-66. 8. Shelf-marks: {O: G. Pamph. 1852(6)}. History of Publication: (1719; 1721).
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  38.   THE| WORKS| OF| T. Petronius Arbiter,| In Prose and Verse;| [...] (1721).
    Bibliographical Reference: ESTC: t179717. History of Publication: 1708.link

German

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  2.   Die tausend und eine Nacht [...], 7 (1721)
    Shelf-marks: {29: K.10} {3: AB:40.30/k,4; Beibd.3}. History of Publication: 1704.link
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  4.   Beschreibung des mächtigen Königreichs Krinke Kesmes. Leipzig 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.121: Source: H. Smeeks, Beschryvinge van het magtig Koningryk Krinke Kesmes (1708), an extract of which also appeared in 1727 as: Der holländische Robinson, oder Juan Bosos Leben Ky, U, W.
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  6.   [Des| Berühmten Spanischen Jesuitens| BALTHASARIS GRACIANI| CRITICON| über die| Allgemeinen Laster| des Menschens,| Welche demselben in der Jugend, in dem| männlichen und hohen Alter ankleben,| Desgleichen| Uber die Art und Weise, wie dieselben| durch den rechten Gebrauch der Ver-|nunfft vermieden werden können;| Welches aus der Französischen| Sprache in die| Teutsche übersetzet worden ist| I. II. III. Theil.| [vignette]| [rule]| Franckfurt und Leipzig, [...] 1721.]

    Cf. 1710.
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  8.   Die belohnte Untreue, oder Liebesgeschichte der Gräfin v. Bouteville, nachmahlen vermählter Herzogin v. Chatillon. 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.251: 126 pp. {12: p.o.germ. 1526#} Source: Histoire galante et véritable de la duchesse de Chatillon (1692);
    • Die wunderlistig geführte Liebe (1700).
    • Liebesgeschichte der Herzogin v. Chatillon
    • Die in der Liebe herumschweifende oder bestrafte Untreue, beschrieben von der Frau von D. 1763.
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  10.   Die Lustige Studir-Stube, eröffnet von POLANDERN. Erste und andere Eröffnung. Leipzig, 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.244: [6] pp., 197 pp. First edition: 1703, Author: H. Pohlmann. {19: 8 Misc. 59#}.
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  12.   Die tausend und eine Nacht [...] 7. Theil. 1721.
    {29: K.10} {3: AB:40.30/k,4; Beibd.3}. cf. 1710.
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  14.   Der ins Elend verjagte Römer Exilius: ein Staatsroman aus dem Englischen [...] verf. von Johanna Barcker. Leipzig: Schuster, 1721.link
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  16.   Leben und Thaten| Derer berühmtesten| Englischen Coquetten| und Maitressen/| Oder,| Curiuese Nachricht| Von denen| Geheimen Liebes-Händel[n]| und Intriguen| Derer Brittischen Könige und and[eren] Standes-oder vornehmen Personen,| So solche| Mit denen ausbündigen Schönheiten u[nd]| berühmtesten Maitressen| gehabt;| Aus dem Englischen Übersetzt.| [rule]| LONDON,| Bey James Franck. 1721.link
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  18.   Lustige und seltsame Lebensbeschreibung Peter v. Mesange. 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.186: Source: Tyssot de Patot, La vie, les avantures et le voyage de Pierre de Mesange, (1720). Schw.
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  20.   Sr. Königlichen Hoheit Des Kron-Printzen von Lielienban Liebes- und Helden-Geschichte Der galanten Welt Zum erlaubten Zeit-Vertreib vorgestellt Von F. J. Linde. Köln (s.t.) 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.196: 77 pp. {N1: 8 L. 1101### [pp. 71-74 fehlen]}.
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  22.   Unpartheyische Gedancken von dem Academischen Leben, und denen dahin sich beziehenden Begebenheiten so wohl denenjenigen, welche auf Gymnasiis und Universitäten leben, als auch denenjenigen, welche derselben Wohlseyn zu besorgen haben, zur dienlichen Nachricht an das Licht gestellet von OLEANDERN. Jena: Joh. Mayers seel. Wittbe 1721.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.147: [6] pp., 134 pp., [2] pp. {19: 8 J. can 1064: 4}.
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  24.   Robinson Crusoe, vol. 1 (Leipzig: M. G. Weidmann, 1721).link
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  26.   Robinson Crusoe, vol. 1, 2nd edition (Hamburg: T. v. Wierings Erben, 1721).link
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  28.   Ernstliche und wichtige Betrachtungen des Robinson Crusoe, welche er bey den erstaunungsvollen Begebenheiten seines Lebens gemacht hat: Benebst seinem Gesicht Von der Welt der Engel; Wie auch mit curiösen Kupffern, nebst einer accuraten Land-Charte [...] gezieret/ Aus dem Engl. und Franz. übers. Amsterdam, 1721.link
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