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French

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  2.   Avantures de Don Antonio de Buffalis, 1722.
    Author: Beaumarchais. History of Publication: German:
    • Der Italiänische Robinson, oder gantz sonder- und wunderbahre Avanturen Don Antonio De Buffalis (Hamburg, 1722).
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  4.   La Comtesse de Vergi, Nouvelle historique, galante, & tragique. Par Mr. L.C.D.V. 1722.
    Author: Vignancourt, Adrien de la Vieuville d'Orville, comte de. History of Publication: English translated by James Morgan:
    • The Tragical History of the Chevalier de Faudray and the Countess de Fergi. In Two Parts. To which is annexed, A short Novel, Intitled, The Inhumane Husband. Done from the French. By J. M. London: Printed for A. Bettesworth, 1726. 2s.
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  6.   Les Illustres françoises, histoires véritables. The Hague, 1722.
    Author: Chasles, Robert.
    English first translation by Penelope Aubin:
    • The Illustrious French Lovers; Being the True Histories of the Amours of several French Persons of Quality. [...] translated into English by Mrs. P. Aubin. In Two Volumes (London: Printed for John Darby, Arthur Bettesworth, Francis Fayram, John Peniberton, Charles Rivington, John Hooke, Francis Clay, Jeremiah Batley, and Edwarel Symon, 1727).
    • Second edition (London: Printed for D. Midwinter, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. and J. Pemberton, R. Ware, C. Rivington, A. Ward, T. Longman, R. Hett, S. Austen, and J. Wood, 1739) also listed among publishers of Vol. II are J. and P. Knapton. 2 vols. 12mo. {L: 12511.bb.19} {Fon:* PQ/1963/.C35/A72}.
    English, second translation of the Des Pres-Mlle de l'Epine episode
    • The Unnatural Mother: or Innocent Love Persecuted. [...] (London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1734). 107 pp. 8vo. 1s.6d. {L: 11775.bbb.13} {Y: 1k/Un 5/734}.
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  8.   Les Jounées amusantes, vols. I-IV. 1722-24.
    History of Publication: Translated into English by Eliza Haywood:
    • "Second Edition," (London: Printed for D. Browne, Junr., and S. Chapman, 1725). 138, 105, and 119 pp. 8vo. 1s.6d. each. {L: 12511.f.25} {N: Case Y 1565.G593}.
    • La Belle Assemblée: or, the Adventures of Twelve Days (London: Printed for D. Browne, Weaver Bickerton, and Joseph Pote, 1728). 2 Vols. (273 and 318 pp.). 12mo. {L: 635.a.27-8}.
    • "Third Edition," (London: Printed for D. Browne, and W. Bickerton, T. Astley; F. Cogan, and T. Green, 1732). 3 Vols. (272, 318 and 245 pp.). 12mo. {N: Case Y 1565.G594}.
    • "Second Edition," (London: Printed for D. Browne, W. Bickerton, T. Astley, and F. Cogan. 4 vols. 12mo. {L: 12512.c.12} (Vol. IV only, 336 pp.).
    • "Fourth Edition," (London: Printed for J. Brotherton, J. Hazard, W. Meadows, T. Cox, W. Hinchliffe, D. Browne, W. Bickerton, T. Astley, S. Austcn, L. Gilliver, R. Willock, and F. Cogan. 4 vols. (273, 318, 245, and 336 pp.). 12 mo. {L: 12512.c.12} (Vol. IV is 1735 ed., as above); {Fon: PR/3506/H94/B4} {O: Vet.A4f.215-218}.

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  10.   Mémoirs de Madame la marquise de Fresne. 1722.
    Author: Courtilz de Sandras, Gatien de. First edition: (Amsterdam, 1701).
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  12.   Nouvelles françaises, ou les divertissements de la princesse Aurelic. 1722.
    First edition: Jean Regnauld de Segrais, Nouvelles françaises, ou les divertissements de la princesse Aurelic (1656-57).

Dutch

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  2.   Nieuwe Gevallen Van den Ongelukkigen Napolitaan, Of van Den Heer Roselli; Behelsende desselfs wonderbaare ontmoetingen, sedert syne komst in Hollandt tot op desselfs doodt. Uyt het Fr. vert. ('s Gravenhage: Gedrukt voor den vertaalder. 1722).link

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  4.   D'ongelukkige Napolitaen, Of zeldzaem Levensbedryf van Rozelli (Utrecht: Jakob van Poolsum, 1722).link

English

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  2.   A Journal of the Plague Year Written by a Citizen, who continued all the while in London. Never made publick before. London: Printed for E. Nutt, J. Roberts, A. Dodd, and J. Graves, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 130. 287 pp. 8vo. {L: 1167.e.3}
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  4.   Arabian Nights Entertainments, 11, London: 1722.
    History of Publication: 1704.link
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  6. A SELECT| COLLECTION| OF| NOVELS| In SIX VOLUMES.| Written by the most Celebrated Authors| in several Languages.| Many of which never appear'd in ENGLISH| before; and all New Translated from| the ORIGINALS,| by several Eminent HANDS.| [line of typographical ornaments]| LONDON:| Printed for J. Watts; And Sold by W. Mears at the Lamb| without Temple-Bar, J. Broterton and W. Meadows at| the Black-Bull in Cornhill, W. Chetwood in Russel-Street,| Covent-Garden, and J. Lacy at the Ship between the| two Temple-Gates, Fleet-Street. MDCCXXII.link
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  8.   Fatal Gallantry: or, the Secret History of Henrietta, Princess of England [...] Writ by the Countess de la Fayette who had the Honour of being very intimate with the Princess. London: Printed for W. Clay, 1722.link
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  10.   Lovers Tales: In Several New Surprising and Diverting Stories. To which is annex'd, The Lovers Night, A Poem. Printed for T. Warner, 1722. 1s
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.125. 91 pp. 8vo. {L: 1208.e.33}.
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  12.   Persian Letters. Translated from the French by Mr. Ozell. London: Printed for J. Tonson and sold by Thomas Combes and James Lacy, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.136. Author: Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, baron de. Description: 2 vols. (271 and 309 pp.). 12mo. {L: 012357.g.20} {N: Case Y 1565.M748}. Source: Lettres persanes, 1721.
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  14.   The Adventures of the Prince of Clermont, and Madam de de Ravezan: A Novel. In Four Parts. By a Person of Quality. Done from the French, By, the Author of Ildegerte. London, Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.133. Author: Beaucour, Louise Geneviève Gomez de Vasconcelle, dame de (?). pp. 5-129 and 5-123. 12mo. {L: 1251i.aaaa.14} {BPL: *6563.131}. Translated by Penclope Aubin from Mémoires de la vie de Madame de Ravezan (1679). According to Williams, this work is anonymous and first appeared in (1677).
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  16.   The British Recluse: or, the Secret History of Cleomira, Stuppos'd Dead. A Novel. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. London Printed for D. Browne, W. Chetwood, and S. Chapman, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.131. Advertised in Daily Post, 16 April 1722 (Whicher). Author: Haywood, Eliza.
    • 1722. "Second Edition," printed for D. Brown, Jun., W. Chetwood and J. Woodman, and S. Chapman. 138 pp. 8vo 1s 6d {L 635.f.11}
    • 1724. "Second Edition," as above, included in The Works of Mrs. Eliza Haywood, Vol.II
    • 1724. "Third Edition," Dublin, printed by J. Watts. Issued bound with The Injur'd Husband, 1723. 162 and 194 pp. 8vo. 2s. 6d. {L: 12611.f.10} {H: 15943.16.29.3}
    • 1725. Third edition (?) included in Secret Histories, Novels and Poems, Vol. II 114 pp. 12mo.
    • 1732 "Fourth Edition," included in third edition of Secret Histories, Novels and Poems Vol. II.pp.5-118. 12mo.
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  18.   The Fortunes and Misfortunes Of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was born in Newgate, and during a Life of continued Variety, for Threescore Years, beside her Childhood, was Twelve Years a Whore, Five Times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother,) Twelve Years a Thief, Eight Years a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and died a Penitent. London: Printed for W. Chetwood and T. Edling, 1722.
    424 pp. 8vo. {L: G.13539}. Bibliographical Reference: W .H. McBurney (1960), No. 128.
    • 1722. "The Second Edition," printed for J. Brotherton . 366 pp. 8vo.
    • 1722. "The Third Edition, Corrected," printed for John Brotherton. 366 pp. 8vo. {N Case Y 1565.D3711}.
    • 1722. "The Third Edition Corrected," printed for and sold by W. Chetwood, and T. Edlin, W. Mears, J. Brotherton, C. King, and J. Stagg. 366 pp. 8vo. {L: 1081.m.4}
    • 1723. Reissued by W. Chetwood.
    • 1723. The Life and Actions of Moll Flanders Adorn'd with Cuts suitable to each Chapter (Printed and sold by T. Read). 188 pp. 12mo. 1s. {L: 012612.C.18}. An abridgement, with additional material describing the death of Moll Flanders (Elizabeth Atkins).
    • 1730. Fortune's Fickle Distribution: In Three Parts. Containing, First, The Life and Death of Moll Flanders [...] Part II. The Life of Jane Hackabout, her Governess [...] Part III. The Life of James Mac-Faul, Moll Flanders' Lancashire Husband (London: Printed, and Dublin: Re-printed and sold by the Booksellers). 124 pp. (1-91, 93-111, 113-124). 12mo. {L: 126121.14}. Contains a "List of Books lately printed by or for S. Fuller, Dublin."
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  20.   The History and Remarkable Life of the truly Honourable Colonel Jacque, vulgarly called Col. Jack, who was born a Gentleman; put Trentice to a Pickpocket; was six and twenty years a Thief, and then kidnapped to Virginia; came back a Merchant; was five times married to four Whores; went into the Wars, behaved bravely, got Preferment, was made Colonel of a Regiment; came over, and fled with the Chevalier, is still abroad Completing a Life of Wonders, and resolves to die a General. London: Printed for J. Brotherton, T. Payne, W. Mears and A. Dodd, W. Chetwood, J. Graves, S. Chapman, and J. Stagg, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 129. 399 pp. 8vo.
    • 1723. "The Second Edition," sold by J. Brotherton, T. Payne, W. Mears and A. Dodd, W. Chetwood, J. Graves, S. Chapman, and J. Stagg. 399 pp. 8vo. {L: 126I3.C.22}.
    • 1724. Third edition. 8vo. (CBEL).
    • 1738. Fourth edition, printed by J. Applebee for Ward and Chandler. 317 pp. 8v0. 3.1.6d. {L: G.13760}.
    • 1739. Fifth edition, printed by J. Applebee for Ward and Chandler. 317 pp. 8vo. {N: Case Y 1565.D3715} {Ill: 823/D36c0/-1739 (cs)}
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  22.   The Life and Amorous Adventures of Lucinda, an English Lady, her Courageous and undaunted Behaviour at Sea, in an Engagement wherein she was taken by a Rover of Barbary, and sold a Slave at Constantinople. An Account of her Treatment there, with several particular Customs of the Turks. Her unexpected Deliverance, with the lucky meeting of her first Love, their Return and Settlement in their own Country, where she at present resides. Written by her self. Intermixed with two diverting Novels, the one call'd Conjugal Duty rewarded, or, The Rake reform'd. The Other, Fortune favours the Bold, or, The happy Milanese. London: Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1722.
    pp. 5-155. 12mo. Author: Aubin, Penelope. {BPL: *6563.131}. History of Publication: Included in A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels (1739), Vol. I.
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  24.   The Noble Slaves: or, the Lives and Adventures of Two Lords and two Ladies, who were shipwreck'd and cast upon a desolate Island near the East-Indies in the Year 1710. The Manner of their Living there: The surprizing Discoveries they made, and strange Deliverance thence. How in their return to Europe they were taken by two Algerine Pirates near the Straits of Gibraltar. Of the Slavery they endured in Barbary; and of their meeting there with several Persons of Quality, who were likewise Slaves. Of their escaping thence, and Arrival in their respective Countries, Venice, Spain, and France, in the Year 1718. With many extraordinary Accidents that befel some of them afterwards. Being a History full of most remarkable Events. By Mrs. Aubin. London: Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1722.
    202 pp. 12mo. {L:12511. cc.14} {BPL: *653.131}.
    • 1729. Advertised in Howel's Compleat History of the Holy Gospel.
    • 1730 (?). Another edition, Dublin, printed for William Jones, pp.7-144. 12mo. {L: 12604.aa.10}.
    • 1739. Included in A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels, Vol. I.
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  26.   The Travels and of Three of Sarendip Intermixed with Eight Delightful and Entertainng Novels. Translated from the Persian into French, and from thence into English, to which is added Amazonta, or, The Politick Wife; a Novel. Adorn'd with Cuts. London: Printed for Will. Chetwood, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.133. Description: pp. 1-260, 261-276, 12mo {L: 12510.bbb.22} {H: Ital 7564.1.25} {N: Case Y 1565.C462}. According to Conant, translated from the intermediate version by the Chevalier de Mailly, Le Voyage des trois princes de Sarendip (A Paris, au palais: chez Henry Charpentier, 1719)link of the original Italian, Armeno, Cristoforo, Peregrinaggio di tre giovanni figlioli del Rè di Serendippo [...] dalla Persiana nell'Italiana trappartato (1557).link
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  28.   The Unfortunate Marriage Exemplify'd in the Life and Surprizing Adventures of the Marchioness De Frene. I. Her Husband's Extravagant Jealousy towards her. II. His selling her for a Slave to a Turkish Pyrate, and reporting her to be drown'd at Sea. III. An Account of how the Turk fell so desperately in Love with her, that he promis'd to turn Christian and marry her. IV. The great Riches they acquir'd by Pyracy. V. Of their sailing to Rome to get a Dispensation from the Pope to set her former Marriage aside; on the Pope's Refusal, he entered into a Monastery. VI. Of her going to France, where the French King espous'd her Cause against her Husband, to the great Stirprize of all her Relations, who thought her Dead. The whole interspersed with several Strange and Remarkable Providences, seldom met withal in History. London: Printed for T. Warner, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.134. Author: Courtilz de Sandras, Gatien de. 296 pp. (i.e. 332, nos. 169-204 repeated). 12mo {L: 613.d.16} {H: 15496.205} {N: Case Y 1565.CC8224} Translated from Mémoirs de Madame la marquise de Fresne (Amsterdam, 1701). Later editions in 1702, 1722.

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  30.   Arabian Nights Entertainments, 9 (1722).
    History of Publication: 1704.link
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  32.   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. Second Edition. London Printed for S. Illidge, W. Meadows, W. Lewls, T. Payne, B. Creake, A. Ward, and T. Butler, 1722.
    {L: 12510.C.20}. (Pt. I only, 56 pp.) 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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  34.   [Love in Excess. Fourth Edition, printed for D.Browne, W. Chetwood, and S. Chapman. 1722.]
    Bibliographical Reference: History of Publication: I: 1719; II: 1719(?); III: 1720; [1721; 1722]; 1724; [1724]; 1725; 1732. Remarks: Advertised in The Post-Boy, February 22-24 (Whicher).
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  36.   The British Recluse: or, the Secret History of Cleomira, Stuppos'd Dead. A Novel. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Second Edition, Printed for D. Brown, Jun., W. Chetwood and J. Woodman, and S. Chapman, 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no.131b. 138 pp. 8vo 1s 6d {L 635.f.11}. First edition: 1722.
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  38.   The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe [...] third edition (London: W. Taylor, 1722).link
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  40.   [The Fortunes and Misfortunes Of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was born in Newgate, and during a Life of continued Variety, for Threescore Years, beside her Childhood, was Twelve Years a Whore, Five Times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother,) Twelve Years a Thief, Eight Years a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and died a Penitent. The Second Edition. London: Printed for J. Brotherton, 1722.]
    366 pp. 8vo. First edition: 1722.
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  42.   The Fortunes and Misfortunes Of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was born in Newgate, and during a Life of continued Variety, for Threescore Years, beside her Childhood, was Twelve Years a Whore, Five Times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother,) Twelve Years a Thief, Eight Years a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and died a Penitent. The Third Edition, Corrected, London: printed for John Brotherton, 1722.
    366 pp. 8vo. {N Case Y 1565.D3711}. First edition: 1722.
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  44.   The Fortunes and Misfortunes Of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was born in Newgate, and during a Life of continued Variety, for Threescore Years, beside her Childhood, was Twelve Years a Whore, Five Times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother,) Twelve Years a Thief, Eight Years a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and died a Penitent. The Third Edition Corrected," printed for and sold by W. Chetwood, and T. Edlin, W. Mears, J. Brotherton, C. King, and J. Stagg. 1722.
    366 pp. 8vo. {L: 1081.m.4}. First edition: 1722.
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  46.   The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe [vols. 1-2, 6th and 4th edition] (London: W. Taylor, 1722).link
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  48.   The Secret History of Pythagoras: Part I. Translated from the Original Copy lately Found at Otranto in Italy. By J. W. M. D. [...] Second edition, London, Printed for J. W. and sold by J. Roberts and W. Chetwood, 1722.
    pp. 7-36. 8vo. {L: 635.f.ii(3).} 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: first edition 1721.
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  50.   The Thousand and One Days Persian Tales. [...] Translated from the French. By Mr. Philips [...] (London: J. Tonson, 1722).
    History of Publication: 1704.link

German

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  2.   Die tausend und eine Nacht [...], 8 (1722)
    Shelf-marks: {29: K.10} {3: AB:W4407}.. History of Publication: 1704.link
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  4.   Cupidon rebuté Oder Folgerungen Einer Verachteten Liebe, Wie selbige Sich bey allen TEMPERAMENTEN ereignen, Angemercket, Und Den Liebhabern der Morale mitgetheilt Von SELINTES. (s.l., s.t.)
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.132: Date: 1722. 70 pp. {1a: Yz 1451}.
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  6.   Des Durchlauchtigsten Philanders und anderer Hohen Persohnen merckwürdige Begebenheiten der heutigen curieusen Welt Zu einer erlaubten Gemüths-Ergötzung und Anleitung Wie man bey den besondern Glücksund Unglücks-Fällen reflectiren soll in einem so genannten ROMAN vorgestellet von Severino. Frankfurt, Leipzig: J. Albrecht [1722].
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.117: Author Samuel Neuhaus. Second edition (Frankfurt etc., 1733): {12: P.o.germ. 1373} {1a: Yv 2753}. pp. 260.
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  8.   Die Standhafte Römerin Clotildis, Mit verschiedenen andern curiösen Liebes-Begebenheiten, aus dem Italiänischen übersetzet, von Menander. Frankfurt, Leipzig: 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.129: Printed in Augsburg: Walther 389 pp. [No Italian source verified.] {23: Lk 845a}.
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  10.   Die tausend und eine Nacht [...] 8. Theil (1722): {29: K.10} {3: AB:W4407}.
    Cf. 1710.
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  12.   Der glückselige Galant. Leipzig 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.146: R- HG.
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  14.   Der Italiänische Robinson, oder gantz sonder- und wunderbahre Avanturen Don Antonio De Buffalis. Hamburg 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.224: Source: Beaumarchais, Avantures de Don Antonio de Buffalis, (1722). F, Gs, Me 32.
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  16.   Der Lasterhaffte Calumniant, Und da wird Erstlich Das Laster deutlich beschrieben, Zweytens Der Lästerer wohlmeynend gewarnet, Drittens Der Fromme freundl. aufgemuntert, Viertens Der Betrübte nachdrückl. getröstet. Als welcher Bey ehemals erlaubten Neben-Stunden verfertiget, Dann Auf Verlangen guter Freunde zum öffentlichen Druck übergeben worden Von J. G. Gresselius. Leipzig (s.t.) 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.172: 52 pp. {75: Solg. 374 8}.
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  18. Der| Sächsische| ROBINSON,| Oder| Wilhelm Retchirs,| Eines| Gebohrnen Sachsens,| Wahrhafftige Beschreibung seiner Anno| 1691. von Leipzig aus, durch Holland,| Engelland, Franckreich, Spanien, Portugall| die Barbaren, Griechenland,| Servien,| und Hungarn gethanen Reisen,| Wobey er| Vielen wunderbaren Glücks und Unglücks-| Fällen, zwey mahl durch Schiffbruch, auch son-|sten denen äusersten Lebens-Gefahren unterworffen gewe-|sen, wovon ihn aber die sonderbare Vorsorge des Höch-|sten allezeit glücklich errettet, und endlich nach 28. Jahren,| gesund in sein Vaterland zurückgebracht, von ihm| selbst ans Licht gegeben.| Mit darzu dienlichen Kupffer-Stichen.| [rule]| Leipzig,| Bey Friedrich Lanckischens Erben, 1722.link
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  20.   Der Teutsche ROBINSON Oder Bernhard Creutz Das ist Eines übelgearreten Jünglings seltsame Lebens-Beschreibung Darinnen Seine Geburth, Auferziehung, Lehr-Jahre, höchstgefährliche Reisen, Ordens-Standt, Heyrathen, Schiffbruch, Judenthum, Hohe Erhebung, jählinger Fall, verwunderungs-würdige Fata und Begebenheiten erzehlet. Und nebst einer neuen Welt, deroselben Fruchtbarkeit, Justitz-Policey, Sitten, Gewohnheiten und geführte Kriege. Mit glaubwürdiger Feder beschrieben und mit saubern Kupfern gezieret werden. Hall in Schwaben: J. F. Galli.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.227: [c. 1722] [4] pp., 261 pp. {21: Dk XI 1683}.
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  22.   Der Unglücklich-Glückselige Epirotische Graf Rifano, oder Dessen ausgestandene Verfolgung, und endliche Erhebung auf den Königl. Epirotischen Thron, in einer Liebes- und Helden-Geschicht, der galanten Welt zur vergönnter Belustigung ans Licht gestellet von MELISSO. Nürnberg: J. J. Wolrab, [Drucker:] J. E. Adelbulner 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.222: [14] pp., 720 pp. [M. E. Frank; first edition 1720 unverified] {19: 8 68-2268}.
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  24.   Der unglückselige Galant. Nürnberg 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.146: Source: Abbé de Villiers, Mémoires de la vie du comte D*, red. par M. de Saint-Evremond (1696). H.
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  26.   Die kluge und närrische Welt, denen Klugen zur Aufmunterung denen Narren aber zur Warnung in einen überaus lustigen ROMAN mit satyrischer Feder entworffen, von S. M. (s.l., s.t.)
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.256: 236 pp. Date: 1722 {N1:} {7: [Ausg. v. 1723]} History of Publication:
    • (s.l., s.t.) 1722.
    • (1723): {7:}
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  28.   [Die Mittel, wodurch sich ein jedweder zu einer angenehmen Heyrath befördern kann. Augsburg [Plantin] 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.205: Is a new edition of: Der verliebte Solande (1709). HG.
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  30.   Die Tausend und eine Viertel-Stunde (1722).
    History of Publication: 1704.link
  31.  
  32.   [Gomgam oder die wundervollen Menschen. Hamburg 1722link]
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  34.   Wahrhaffte Liebes- und Heldengeschichte Heinrichs, Herzog der Vandalen. Von Meletaon. Ulm 1722.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.196: Source Bédacier, Henry, Duc de Vandales (1714); Translator: Johann Leonhard Rost. Ge, HG 24.
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