From Marteau

ELYSIUM:| Or The State of| LOVE and HONOUR| In the Superiour Regions of Bliss:| Being| An Account of a TOUR lately made| into those Delicious GROVES and| FIELDS of Light.| Containing| A New Discovery of the Situation,| Clime, soil and Product of that hap-|py Country.| ALSO| The Exercises and Fruitions of the In-|habitants: With other Surprising| Relations.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed and Sold by Francis Thompson in Little| Germain street, at St. Jamses's; Thomas Ha[s]tin[g]| at the Rose in the Strand, and by the Book| sellers in London, and Westminster. 1702.

Bibliographical reference

W. H. McBurney (1960), p.5: 144 pp. 8°

History of Publication

  • Reprint: The Amours of Edward the IV [...] [=Foundations of the Novel, ed. Michael F. Shugrue] (New York/ London, 1973).

The Novel in Europe, 1650-1749