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French

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  2.   Faux-Inca, histoire indienne, 1728.
    Author: Huet, Pierre Daniel. History of Publication: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 237: Written about 1670, but the earliest printed French edition appears to be that of 1728. Esdaile dates the English version 91 [Diana de Castro; A Novel. Written Originally in French. By Mr. Huet, Antient Bishop of Avranches. London: Printed for Abraham Vandenhoeck.] "1724?" possibly because of MS signature, "Robert Sanders 1724" on last page of {L:} copy.
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  4.   Histoire du Prince Apprius [Priapus] [...] Traduction Françoise par Messire Esprit. Constantinople [Lyon], 1728.
    Author: Beauchamps, Pierre François Godart de. History of Publication:
    English:
    • The History of King Apprius, &c. Extracted from the Chronicle of the World, from its Creation. Translated from a Persian Manuscript found in the Library of Schah-Hussain, Sophi of Persia, dethroned by Mamut in 1722. By a Gentleman who served in the Persian Armies (Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1728).
    • Another edition, "Re-printed from the correct Edition printed at Constantinople," (London: Printed and Dublin reprinted and sold by George Faulkner and James Hoey, 1728). Also listed by Wilford, July 1728, as "Sold by Tho. Edlin." 2s.
    • Advertised in LM and GM, August 1739, as "Sold by the Booksellers." 2s.

Dutch


    Reprinted
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  2.   [Het kind van weelde, of de Haagsche lichtmis. Waar in de voornaamste bedriegeryen, die hedendaags in de waereld in swang gaan, na het leven vertoont worden. Leiden: Jan Potte, 1728.]
    Titel page pt. 1: (Den Haag: Jan Pot Bol); title page pt. 2: (Leiden: Jan Pottebol) No copy known. Buisman 1060. History of Publication: cf. First edition: De Haagsche lichtmis (1679).link
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  4.   [De doorluchtige daden van Jan Stront. Gedrukt voor de liefhebbers, 1728).]
    Bibliographical reference: Buisman 435. History of Publication: cf. First edition: De Haagsche lichtmis (1679).link

English

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  2.   An Account of the State of Learning in the Empire of Lilliput. Together with the History and Character of Bullum the Emperor's Library-Keeper. Faithfully Transcribed out of Captain Lemuel Gulliver's General Description of the Empire of Lilliput, mention'd in the 69th Page of the First Volume of his Travels. London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 223. Description: pp. 5-37. 8vo. 6d. {L: 12331.bb.42(3)}. Author: Esdaile attributes to Arbuthnot.
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  4.   A| TRIP| TO THE| MOON.| [Linie]| By Mr. MVRTAGH Mc.DERMOT.| [Linie]| CONTAINING| Some Observations and Reflections, made| by him during his Stay in that Planet| upon the Manners of the Inhabitants.| [Linie]| Quæ genus aut Flexum variant Heterocilita sunto| Lill.Gram.| ----Ridentem dicere verum| ----quid vetat. Hor.| [Linie]| Printed at DUBLIN:| And Reprinted al LONDON, for J.ROBERTS| in Warwick-Lane. M DCC XXVIII.| (Price One Shilling.)
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 227. Description: 90 pp. 8vo. 1s. {L: 12350.e.5} {O: G. Pamph.1853(7)} {N: Case Y 1563.M148}. Dedicated to Captain Lemuel Gulliver. Reprint: Memoirs Concerning the Life and Manners of Captain Mackheath (Anonymous). A Trip to the Moon (Anonymous). The Adventures of Abdalla by Jean Paul Bignon [Foundations of the Novel, ed. Michael F. Shugrue] (New York/ London, 1973).
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  6.   Friendship in Death: In Twenty Letters from the Dead to the Living. To Which are added, Letters Moral and Entertaining in Prose and Verse in three parts by the same Author. Part I. 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 234. Author: Rowe, Elizabeth Singer.
    • Pt. II (1731). 1s.6d.
    • Pt. III (1732), advertised in GM, October 1732, by T. Woral.
    • Third edition, printed for T. Worral. 3 Pts. (70, 138, and 253 pp.). 8vo. {L: 12614.cc.18} {H: Phil 8892.6.}
    • Fifth edition (1738), advertised in LM, February for S. Birt. 8vo. 5s.
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  8.   Irish Artifice: or, the History of Clarina. A Novel. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Included in The Female Dunciad London: Printed for T. Read and sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1728. 1s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 232. Author: Haywood, Eliza. Description: pp. 17-41. 8vo. {L: T.857(2)}.
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  10.   Memoirs Concerning the Life and Manners of Captain Mackheath. London: Printed for A. Moore, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 224. Description: pp. 10-63. {N: Case Y 1565.M51}. A political satire.
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  12.   Some Memoirs of the Amours and Intrigues of a certain Irish Dean, who Liv'd and Flourish'd in the Kingdom of Ireland, not many Hundred Years since. Interspers'd with the Gallantries of two Berkshire Ladies. In which will be inserted several Original Letters of the said Dean, that will be well known by those that may be now Living, who have ever seen the Dean's Handwriting. By a Lady, who was in those days well acquainted with him. London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 225. Attributed to Defoe by CBEL. Certain elements, however, seem to indicate authorship by Eliza Haywood (e.g., same introduction as that of The Fatal Secret, 1724). Description: Pt. II, Being a Continuation of the Amours of the said Dean, and the Gallantries of Two Berkshire Ladies. By a Lady, who, in those Days, was well acquainted with the Dean (London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1728). 68 pp. (both pts). 8vo. 1s. {L: L.R. 110.c.22 [photographic reproduction]} {O: Don.e.272}.
    • "Third Edition" (London: Printed and Dublin reprinted by R. Dickson and sold by the Booksellers, 1730). 96 pp. 8vo. 2s.6d. {H: 16423.9*} {N: Case Y 1565.S675}. Published by subscription.
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  14.   The Adventures of Melinthus, being the History of the Amours and Gallantry of Several Noble and Polite Persons at Rome and Syracuse. London: Printed for R. Gosling, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 235a. Description: 2 vols. (314 and 302 pp.). 8vo. {H: 15496.57}. Published by subscription. Also published by Gosling as The History of the Amours and Gallantry of Several Noble and Polite Persons at Rome and Syracuse (1728).
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  16.   The Agreeable Caledonian: or, Memoirs of Signiora dz Morella, a Roman Lady, Who made her Escape from a Monastery at Fiterbo, for the Love of a Scots Nobleman. Intermix'd with Many other Entertaining little Histories and Adventures which presented themselves to her in the Course of her Travels. London: Printed for Richard King, and sold by W. Meadows, T. Green, John Stone, J. Jackson, and J. Watson, 1728. 1s.6d.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 231. Author: Haywood, Eliza. Description: 93 pp. 8vo.
    • Pt. II. (1729).
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  18.   The Disguis'd Prince: or, the Beautiful Parisian. A True History, Translated from the French. London: Printed for T. Corbett and sold by J. Roberts, 1728. 1s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 238. A new translation by Eliza Haywood from Prechac, Jean de, L'Illustre Parisienne, histoire galante et veritable (1679). Description: Pt. I. 58 pp. 8vo.
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  20.   The History of King Apprius &c. Extracted from the Chronicle of the World, from its Creation. Translated from a Persian Manuscript found in the Library of Schah-Hussain, Sophi of Persia, dethroned by Mamut in 1722. By a Gentleman who served in the Persian Armies. Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 236. Source: Beauchamps, Pierre François Godart de, Histoire du Prince Apprius [Priapus] [...] Traduction Françoise par Messire Esprit (Constantinople [Lyon], 1728). Description: pp. 7-116. 12mo. {N: Case Y 1565.B376}.
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  22.   The History of the Amours and Gallantry of Several Noble and Polite Persons at Rome and Syracuse. Interspers'd with Curious Observations Moral and Political. Being the Adventures of Melinthus. In Two Volumes. Done from the French. London: Printed for R. Gosling, D. Browne, and J. Stagg, 1728. 10s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 235. Description: 2 vols. (314 and 302 pp.). 8vo. {L: 636.d.15-i6} {H: 15496.240*} {N: Case Y 1565.H618}.
    • Another edition (London: Printed for R. Gosling, 1728), entitled The Adventures of Melinthus, being the History of the Amours and Gallantry of Several Noble and Polite Persons at Rome and Syracuse. [...] 2 vols. (314 and 302 pp.). 8vo. {H: 15496.57}. Published by subscription.
    • "Second Edition" (London: Printed for R. Gosling and J. Stagg, 1739). 2 vols. (314 and 302 pp.). 8vo. {Ill: 823/Ad963/1739}.
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  24.   The Life and Adventures of the Young Count Albertus, The Son of Count Lewis Augustus, by the Lady Lucy: Who being become a Widower, turn'd Monk, and went a Missionary for China, but was Shipwreck'd on the Coast of Barbary. Where he met with many strange Adventures, and return'd to Spain with some Persons of Quality, who by his Means made their Escape from Africa. After which he went a Missionary again to China, where he arriv'd, and ended his Life a Martyr for the Christian Faith. By Mrs. Aubin. London: Printed for J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, J. Hooke, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, 1728. 1s.6d.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 229. Author: Aubin, Penelope. Description: pp. 5-168. 12mo. {L: 1459.c.38}.
    • Included in A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels (1739), vol. II.
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  26.   The memoirs of an English officer, who serv'd in the Dutch war in 1672 to the peace of Utrecht, in 1713. Containing several remarkable transactions both by sea and land, and in divers countries, but chiefly those wherein the author was personally concern'd. Together with a description of many cities, towns, and countries, in which he resided [...] By Capt. George Carleton. London: Printed for E. Symon, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 230. Author: According to Esdaile, attribution to Daniel Defoe is doubtful. Also attributed (erroneously) to Swift; for discussion of authorship see A. W. Secord, Studies in the narrative method of Defoe (Urbana, 1924), p. 165-229; see also introductions to editions of this work by C. H. Hartmann & by A. W. Lawrence (both London, 1929). Description: 352 pp. 8vo. {L: G.13289} {H: Span 594.4.2*} {Ill: 823/D36m/1728(cs)}.
    • Also issued by (E. Symon in 1728 as The Military Memoirs of Captain George Carleton.
    • A true and genuine history [...] of the two last wars against France and Spain (1740).
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  28.   The Military Memoirs of Captain George Carleton. [...] London: Printed for E. Symon, 1728. 5s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 230a. Author: According to Esdaile, attribution to Daniel Defoe is doubtful. Description: 352 pp. 8vo. {L: 808.C.23}.
    • Also issued by E. Symon in 1728 as The Memoirs of an English Officer who serv'd in the Dutch War in 1672 to the Peace of Utrecht in 1713.
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  30.   Persecuted Virtue: Or, The Cruel Lover. A True Secret History Writ at the Request of a Lady of Quality. London: Printed for J. Brindley, and sold by W. Meadows and H. Whitridge, T. Worrall, R. Francklin, and J. Watson, 1728. 1s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 233. Advertised in The Daily Post, November 23, 1728; listed by Wilford, November 1728, as "Printed for J. Brindley, T. Whittridge, and sold by the Booksellers and Pamphlet Shops of London and Westminster."
    • Advertised by J. Millan in Letters from a Persian.
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  32.   The Treacherous Confident: or, Fortune's Change. A Novel. Dublin: Printed by S. Powell, for Sylvanus Pepyat and Thomas Benson, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 226. Description: 22 pp. 12mo. {L: 12431.a.29(1)}.
    • Another edition, Dublin, Printed for Sylvanus Pepyat. pp. 3-28. 8vo. {L: 11774.aaa.19(7)}.
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  34.   The Velvet Coffee-Woman: or, the Life, Gallantries and Amours Of the late Famous Mrs. Anne Rochford. Westminster: Printed for Simon Green, 1728. 1s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 228. Description: 46 pp. 8vo. {L: 12331.c.39} {N: Case Y 1565.V542}. Listed by Wilford, October 1727, as printed for H. Curll.

    Reprinted
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  36.   A Collection of Novels and Tales of the Fairies. Written by that Celebrated Wit of France, the Cuntess d'Anois. The Second Edition. Printed for J.Brotherton and W. Meadows, Tho. Edlin and Tho. Astley. Vols. 1-3. 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), p.12: vols.1-3 pp.288; 273; 237. {L: 12411.aa.3}. Published before as: Aulnoy, Marie Catherine Jumelle de Berneville, comtesse d'. 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. 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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  38.   Arabian Nights Entertainments: Consisting of One Thousand and One Stories. [...] The Seventh Edition Dublin. Printed by S. Powell for George Risk, George Ewing, and William Smith. Parts 1-4. 10s. 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W .H. McBurney (1960), p.11.
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  40.   Arabian Nights Entertainments: Consisting of One Thousand and One Stories. [...] The Seventh Edition Dublin. Part 1, Vol.2, Printed by S. Powell for B. Hickey. 10s. 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W .H. McBurney (1960), p.11.
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  42.   [Five Novels: Translated from the French of M. Segrais, Author of Zayde, and the Princess of Cleves. viz. I. The Beautiful Pyrate; or, The Constant Lovers. II. Eugenia; or, The Force of Destiny. III. Bajazet; or, The Imprudent Favourite. IV. Montrose; or, The Happy Discovery. V. Mistaken Jealousy; or, The Disguisd Lovers. 1728. 3s.]
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 188b. Advertised in La Belle Assemblée (1728), 12mo. Source: 2nd, 1st, 6th, 4th, and 5th novels of Segrais, Jean Regnauld de, Nouvelles françaises, ou les divertissements de la princesse Aurelic (1656-57, reissued in 1722).link
  43.  
  44.   [The Exiles of the Court of Augustus Caesar [...] Translated from the French of Madamoiselle Filledieu. Second Edition. London: Printed for D. Browne, W. Bickerton, and J. Pote, 1728.]
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 203a. Translated from Les Exilés (1675). Author: Villedleu, Marie Catherine Hortense Desjardins, Mme de. advertised in La Belle Assemblée (1728), among "Books printed for D. Browne, W. Bickerton, and J. Pote." 8vo. 3s.
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  46.   The History of King Apprius &c. Extracted from the Chronicle of the World, from its Creation. Translated from a Persian Manuscript found in the Library of Schah-Hussain, Sophi of Persia, dethroned by Mamut in 1722. By a Gentleman who served in the Persian Armies. Re-printed from the correct Edition printed at Constantinople. London: Printed and Dublin reprinted and sold by George Faulkner and James Hoey, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 236a. Source: Beauchamps, Pierre François Godart de, Histoire du Prince Apprius [Priapus] [...] Traduction Françoise par Messire Esprit (Constantinople [Lyon], 1728). Description: 70 pp. 8vo. {L: 12330.aaa.13(5)}. Also listed by Wilford, July 1728, as "Sold by Tho. Edlin." 2s.
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  48.   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. [...] Second Edition 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. 1728. 6d.
    Author: Aubin, Penelope. Listed by Wilford, March 1728. First edition 1721.
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  50.   The Perplexd Dutchess: or, Treachery Rewarded: Being some Memoirs of the Court of Malfy. In a Letter from a Sicilian Nobleman, who had his Residence there, to his Friend in London. London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 211b. Description: 60 pp. 8vo. {O: G.Pamph.1803(10)} {N: Case Y 1565.H3294}. First publised in Secret Histories, Novels, &c. Written or translated by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Printed since the Publication of the four Volumes of her Works (London: Printed for D. Browne, 1727), vol. II.
  51.  
  52.   The Supernatural Philosopher [...]. The Second Edition, printed for E. Curll. 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Description: 320 pp. 8░. Shelf-marks: {L: 8631.eee.-14}. Author: According to British Library Catalogue, written by Daniel Defoe in collaboration with William Bond and possibly Eliza Haywood. History of Publication: The History of the Life and Adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell, 1720; 1720; The Supernatural Philosopher, 1728; [1732; 1739].
  53.  
  54.   The Strange Adventures of the Count de Vinevil And his Family. [...] 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, 1728.
    pp. 9-138.12mo. {Ill: 823/Auis/1728(cs)}. First edition 1721.
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  56.   The Travels of Cyrus. In Two Volumes. To which is annex'd, A Discourse upon the Theology and Mythology of the Ancients. By the Chevalier Ramsay. Third Edition. London: Printed and sold by T. Woodward and J. Peele, 1728. 10s.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 222b. Description: 2 vols. (312 and 196, 144 pp.). 8vo. {L: 89.a.13}. Translated by Hooke, Nathaniel from Ramsay, Andrew Michael, Voyages de Cyrus, avec un Discours sur la Mythologie. Par M. Ramsay (1727).
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  58.   The Voyages, and Adventures of Captain Robert Boyle. In several Parts of the World. Intermix'd with The Story of Mrs. Villars, an English Lady with whom he made his surprizing Escape from Barbary; The History of an Italian Captive; and the Life of Don Pedro Aquilio [...] To which is added, The Voyage, Shipwreck, and Miraculous Preservation of Richard Castleman, Gent. With a Description of the City of Philadelphia and the Country of Pennsylvania. Second edition. London: Printed and sold by Andrew Millar, 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: W. H. McBurney (1960), no. 191a. Author: Chetwood, William Rufus. Listed by Cox (II, 478) among "Fictitious Voyages and Travels," although "Castleman's visit to Philadelphia is believed to be authentic." Also ascribed to Defoe and to Benjamin Victor. Description: 374 pp. 8vo. {L: 12613.f.8}. First edition: 1726.

German

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  2.   Das verwöhnte Mutter-Söhngen, Oder: Polidors Gantz besonderer und überaus lustiger Lebens-Lauff Auf Schulen und Universitäten, Nebst Vielerley andern curieusen AVANTUREN Zum beliebigen Zeit-Vertreib und Gemüths-Ergötzung Denen Liebhabern Mitgetheilet Von SYLVANO. Freiberg (Berlin: s.t.) 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.207: [6] pp., 240 pp. {1a: Yv 2181}.
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  4.   Der auf wundersamen Wegen wandelnde Pilgrim. Leipzig: Hilscher 1728/30.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.213: Mo. History of Publication:
    • Der auf wundersamen Wegen wandelnde Pilgrim (Leipzig: Hilscher 1728/30).
    • Merkwürdige und seltsame Begebenheiten eines auf wunderbaren Wegen gereisten Pilgrims
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  6.   Der Buch-Händler ROBINSON Oder ausfürliche Lebens-Beschreibung Eines niemahls betrübt gewesenen Lustigen Sachsen, Welcher Vielen Unglücks-Fällen unterworffen gewesen, dennoch aber glücklich davon kommen. Worbey eine vollkommene Nachricht von dem letzten Brabantischen Kriege, und denen daselbst befindlichen Städten. Gedruckt zu Cölln am Rhein, Wo viele Buchhändler seyn.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.223: Leipzig: Boetio 1728. 93 pp. {1a: Yv 1911}.
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  8.   Der curiösen Eva historisch-politische Staats-Assemblé im Reich der Todten. Teil 2 (Leipzig 1728).
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.239: x pt. 1. (1724). pt. 2. (1728). H.
  9.  
  10.   Der| Europäischen| Höfe| [...]| Zweyter Theil.| [...]| [rule]| Hamburg,| Bey Christian Wilhelm Brandt, 1728.link
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  12.   Der illustren Französinnen wahrhaffte Geschichten. Von Iriflor. Nürnberg 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.161: Ge, Ja . History of Publication: Source French: Chasles, Les illustres franšaises (1713).
    • Der illustren Französinnen wahrhaffte Geschichten. Von Iriflor. Nürnberg 1728.
    • Die illustren Französinnen
  13.  
  14.   Der in fremden Ländern sich lang aufgehaltene Historien-Schreiber. Von Jasander. Frankfurt, Leipzig 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.169: x HG {1a:}.
  15.  
  16.   Der verliebte Officier. Frankfurt, Leipzig 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.210: Source French. HG.
  17.  
  18.   Die gerettete Unschuld Bernhard W. Marpergers. (s.l.) 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.250: x Mo.
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  20. Die| glückseeligste Insul| auf der gantzen Welt,| oder| Das Land| der| Zufriedenheit,| Dessen| Regierungs-Art, Beschaf-|fenheit, Fruchtbarkeit, Sitten| derer Einwohner, Religion, Kirchen-|Verfassung und dergleichen,| Samt der Gelegenheit, wie solches Land| entdecket worden, ausführlich erzehlet| wird, von| Ludwig Ernst von Faramund.| Mit Kupfern versehen.| [double rule]| Frackfurt und Leipzig,| bey Peter Conrad Monath, 1728.link
  21.  
  22.   Die in guter Stille ausgeheckten Curieusen Grillen bei schlaflosen Nächten. Chemnitz 1728.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.163: x [J. G. Schmidt] F.
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  24.   Die Unüberwindliche Stärcke der Liebe In der wahrhafften Liebes- und Lebens-Geschicht, Der Durchlauchtigsten Hertzogin GISMUNDA abgeschildert von NAMOR. (s.l., s.t.).
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.241: 1728. 288 pp. {12: p.o.germ.1412}.
  25.  
  26.   [Herkommannus Magnus. 1728).
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.168: [Also: Leben ... Herkomanns?] Ge.
  27.  
  28.   Leben des Erzbetrügers Herkomanns, oder der grosse Herkomannus.
    Bibliographical Reference: Weber/ Mithal (1983), p.180: Mo {12:}.
  29.  
  30.   Des weltberühmten Engelländers Robinson Crusoe Leben und ganz ungemeine Begebenheiten (Nürnberg, 1728).link
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  32.   Schauplatz der englischen See-Räuber, worinnen ihre Begebenheiten, Leben, Raubereyen und grausame Thaten [...] ausführlich zuerst in englischer Sprache beschrieben von Capitain Carl Johnsohn, nachgehends im frantzösischen, aus beyden Sprachen aber ins teutsche übersetzet aus beglaubten Urkunden continuiret, und mit historisch-geographischen Anmerckungen wie auch einer Vorrede von der Seeräuberey der alten und jetzigen Zeiten, vermehret von J. M. D. 1728.
    Source: A General History of the Robberies and Murders Of the most notorious Pyrates (London: Printed for C. Rivington, J. Lacy, and J. Stone, 1724).link

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