Monday, 12 January 2015

Items Published or Sold by Haywood at the Sign of Fame

Below are links to the small number of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century editions of works published or sold by Eliza Haywood that are on Google Books, The Internet Archive, etc. (The item numbers are from my Bibliography of Eliza Haywood (2004), updated in my "Eliza Haywood at the Sign of Fame" (2011).) This list is not complete, but I'll add items as I find them.

Da.4 [=De.3] The Ghost of Eustace Budgel Esqr. to the Man in Blue(1742) [British Museum] NEW

Da.9 [=Ab.66.1a] A Letter from H— G—g(1750) [Bodleian Library]
Da.9 [=Ab.66.1a] A Letter from H— G—g (1750) [Queen's University Library]

Db.2.1 The Humours of Whist. A Dramatic Satire, as acted every day at White’s and other Coffee-Houses and Assemblies (1743) [New York Public Library copy]

Db.3.1 or 2 A Voyage to Lethe by Capt. Samuel Cock, Sometime Commander of the Good Ship the Charming Sally (1741) [a fragment (pp.[39]–62); Bodleian Library]

Db.3.1 or 2 A Voyage to Lethe by Capt. Samuel Cock, Sometime Commander of the Good Ship the Charming Sally (1741; late 19C type facsimile) [Ohio State University copy; University of Michigan copy]

[last updated 30 October 2015]

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