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About the ARS

The Augustan Reprint Society was based at UCLA. They produced facsimile editions of shorter texts from the 17th and 18th centuries, accompanied by a modern, uncopyrighted introduction. Most of their texts could be described as "semi-obscure": important enough to merit scholarly attention, but not so important that they already existed in modern editions.


Augustan Reprints at DP

The ARS is not formally an uberproject. But the books are all structurally similar and use some of the same boilerplate.

Titles by Year

The "years" are academic years, July-June, so a 1957 publication date might mean either Year 11 or Year 12, and similarly for other years. The first few years' titles were divided among three "series" and the occasional "extra series", but these were later renumbered retroactively to make exactly six numbers for each year.

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Years 1-7 (1946-53)

Years 1-5 are complete at PG. All titles from years 6 and 7 are either posted or in progress.

Year 1 (1946-47)

1. Blackmore, Essay upon wit etext:13484

2. Flecknoe, On wit; Warton, The adventurer etext:14973

3. Letter to A.H. Esq., concerning the Stage (1698), and Richard Willis' Occasional Paper No. IX (1698). etext:14047

4. Cobb, Discourse on Criticism and of Poetry (1707) From Poems On Several Occasions (1707) etext:14528

5. Samuel Wesley's Epistle to a Friend Concerning Poetry (1700) and Essay on Heroic Poetry (1693). etext:16506

6. Representation of the Impiety and Immorality of the Stage (1704) and Some Thoughts Concerning the Stage (1704). etext:15656

Year 2 (1947-48)

7. John Gay's The Present State of Wit (1711); and a section on Wit from The English Theophrastus (1702). etext:14800

8. Rapin's De Carmine Pastorali, translated by Creech (1684). etext:14495

9. T. Hanmer's (?) Some Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet (1736). etext:14899

10. Corbyn Morris' Essay towards Fixing the True Standards of Wit, etc. (1744). etext:16233

11. Thomas Purney's Discourse on the Pastoral (1717). etext:15313

12. Essays on the Stage, selected, with an Introduction by Joseph Wood Krutch. (processed as Preface to the Campaigners) etext:16335

Year 3 (1948-49)

13. Sir John Falstaff (pseud.), The Theatre (1720). etext:15999

14. Edward Moore's The Gamester (1753). etext:16267

15. John Oldmixon's Reflections on Dr. Swift's Letter to Harley (1712); and Arthur Mainwaring's The British Academy (1712). etext:25091

16. Nevil Payne's Fatal Jealousy (1673). etext:16916

17. Nicholas Rowe's Some Account of the Life of Mr. William Shakespeare (1709). etext:16275

18. "Of Genius," in The Occasional Paper, Vol. III, No. 10 (1719); and Aaron Hill's Preface to The Creation (1720). etext:15870

Year 4 (1949-50)

19. Susanna Centlivre's The Busie Body (1709). etext:16740

20. Lewis Theobold's Preface to The Works of Shakespeare (1734). etext:16346 (Theobald)

21. Critical Remarks on Sir Charles Grandison, Clarissa, and Pamela (1754). etext:31242

22. Samuel Johnson's The Vanity of Human Wishes (1749) and Two Rambler papers (1750). etext:13350

23. John Dryden's His Majesties Declaration Defended (1681). etext:15074

24. Pierre Nicole's An Essay on True and Apparent Beauty in Which from Settled Principles is Rendered the Grounds for Choosing and Rejecting Epigrams, translated by J. V. Cunningham. etext:28921

Year 5 (1950-51)

25. Thomas Baker's The Fine Lady's Airs (1709). etext:14467

26. Charles Macklin's The Man of the World (1792). etext:14463

27. Frances Reynolds' An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Taste, and of the Origin of Our Ideas of Beauty, etc. (1785). etext:13485

28. John Evelyn's An Apologie for the Royal Party (1659); and A Panegyric to Charles the Second (1661). etext:17833

29. Daniel Defoe's A Vindication of the Press (1718). etext:14084 (no html)

30. Essays on Taste from John Gilbert Cooper's Letters Concerning Taste, 3rd edition (1757), & John Armstrong's Miscellanies (1770). etext:13464

Year 6 (1951-52)

31. Thomas Gray's An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard (1751); and The Eton College Manuscript. etext:15409

32. Prefaces to Fiction; Georges de Scudéry's Preface to Ibrahim (1674), etc. etext:14525

33. Henry Gally: A Critical Essay on Characteristic Writing (1725). Introduction by Alexander Chorney. etext:16299

34. Thomas Tyers: A Biographical Sketch of Dr. Samuel Johnson ([1785]). Introduction by Gerald Dennis Meyer.
JoeCooper has clearance and now has a good copy.

35. James Boswell, Andrew Erskine, and George Dempster: Critical Strictures on the New Tragedy of Elvira (1763). Introduction by Frederick A. Pottle. etext:15857

36. Joseph Harris: The City Bride (1696). etext:22974

Year 7 (1952-53)

37. Thomas Morrison's A Pindarick Ode on Painting (1767). etext:27130

38. John Phillips' A Satyr Against Hypocrites (1655). Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

39. Thomas Warton's A History of English Poetry: an Unpublished Continuation. etext:33658

40. Edward Bysshe's The Art of English Poetry (1708). etext:35094

41. Bernard Mandeville's "A Letter to Dion" (1732). etext:29478

42. Prefaces to Four Seventeenth-Century Romances. Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

Years 8-17 (1953-63)

For the next ten years or so, starting with Year 8, there are large gaps at PG/DP.

Year 8 (1953-54)

43. John Baillie. An Essay on the Sublime (1747).

44. Mathias Casimire Sarbiewski. The Odes of Casimire Translated by G. Hils (1646). from DP-EU etext:25055

45. John Robert Scott. Dissertation on the Progress of the Fine Arts. Current state: Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

46. Selections from Seventeenth Century Songbooks. Mostly musical scores.

47. Contemporaries of the Tatler and Spectator.

48. Samuel Richardson. Introduction to Pamela. etext:24860

Year 9 (1954-55)

49. Two St. Cecilia's Day Sermons (1696-1697).

50. Hervey Aston. A Sermon Before the Sons of the Clergy (1745).

51. Lewis Maidwell. An Essay upon the Necessity and Excellency of Education (1705).

52. Pappity Stampoy. A Collection of Scotch Proverbs (1663). etext:7018

53. Urian Oakes. The Soveraign Efficacy of Divine Providence (1682).

54. Mary Davys. Familiar Letters Betwixt a Gentleman and a Lady (1725).

Year 10 (1955-56)

55. Samuel Say. An Essay on the Harmony, Variety, and Power of Numbers (1745). Joe Cooper has clearance and will be at ocr wiki soon.

56. Theologia Ruris, sive Schola & Scala Naturae (1686). Joe Cooper has clearance and will be at ocr Wiki soon.

57. Henry Fielding. Shamela (1741). There is a dp project, from a separate source, of the same edition, but a different physical book for this reprint. The Introduction is still available.

58. Eighteenth Century Book Illustrations.

59. Samuel Johnson. Notes to Shakespeare. Vol. I, Comedies, Part I. etext:7780 (edition desperately needs reproofing)

60. Samuel Johnson. Notes to Shakespeare. Vol. I, Comedies, Part II. etext:7780 (ditto)

Year 11 (1956-57)

61. Elizabeth Elstob. An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities (1715) etext:15329

62. Two Funeral Sermons (1635)

63. Parodies of Ballad Criticism (1711-1787) etext:22081

64. Prefaces to Three Eighteenth Century Novels (1708, 1751, 1797)

65. Samuel Johnson. Notes to Shakespeare. Vol. II, Histories, Part I.

66. Samuel Johnson. Notes to Shakespeare. Vol. II, Histories, Part II.

Year 12 (1957-58)

67. Fielding, Henry. The voyages of Mr. Job Vinegar, from the Champion 1740. Edited with an introd. by S. J. Sackett. Cleared by Joe Cooper. Merrylon PM

68. Settle, Elkanah. The notorious imposter [part one] 1692. Diego redivivus 1692. Intro.: Spiro Peterson. etext:37517

69. Marforio. An historical view of the ... political writers in Great Britain (1740) Edited, with an introd., by Robert Haig.

70. Magazine, or Animadversions on the English spelling (1703) [By] G. W. Introd. by David Abercrombie. etext:20130

71-72. Samuel Johnson. Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies, Parts I and II. Merged into: etext:15566

Year 13 (1958-59)

73. Samuel Johnson: Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies, Part III. Merged into: etext:15566

74. Seventeenth-Century Tales of the Supernatural.

75. Joyne, John. A journal (1769 [i.e. 1679]) Intro.: R. E. Hughes.

76. Dacier, André. The preface to Aristotle's Art of poetry (1705) etext:29547

77-78. David Hartley. Various Conjectures on the Perception, Motion, and Generation of Ideas (176).

Year 14 (1959-60)

79. Pembroke, William Herbert, Earl of. Poems (1660) Edited, with an introd., by Gaby E. Onderwyzer. clearance requested by joe cooper 2-10-2009 Available OCRWiki page 2-11-2009 Joe Cooper

80. [P. Whalley], An Essay on the Manner of Writing History (1746).

81. Two burlesques of Lord Chesterfield's letters: The Graces (1774) [and] The fine gentleman's etiquette (1776) etext:38149

82. Fuseli, Henry. Remarks on the writing and conduct of J. J. Rousseau (1767) Intro.: Karl S. Guthke

83. Sawney and Colley (1742) and other Pope Pamphlets.

84. Richard Savage. An Author to be lett (1729).

Year 15 (1960-61)

85-6. Essays on the Theatre from Eighteenth-Century Periodicals.

87. Defoe, Daniel, Of Captain Mission (1728) Edited with an introd. by Maximilian E. Novak. etext:7779 (no HTML)

88. Butler, Samuel, Three poems. Selected, with an introd., by Alexander C. Spence.

89. Fielding, Henry, The lovers assistant; or, New art of love (1760) Edited with an introd. by Claude E. Jones. etext:31036

90. Henry Needler, Works (1728).

Year 16 (1961-62)

91-92. John Gay, Alexander Pope, and John Arbuthnot. Three hours after marriage. etext:37667

93. John Norris, Cursory Reflections Upon a Book Call'd, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690).

94. Anne Collins, Divine Songs and Meditacions (1653). etext:37867

95. An Essay on the New Species of Writing Founded by Mr. Fielding (1751). Introduction by James A. Work.

96. Hanoverian Ballads.

Year 17 (1962-63)

97. Myles Davies, Selections from Athenae Britannicae (1716-1719).

98. Select Hymns Taken Out of Mr. Herbert's Temple (1697).

99. Thomas Augustine Arne, Artaxerxes (1761).

100. Simon Patrick, A Brief Account of the New Sect of Latitude Men (1662).

101-2. Richard Hurd, Letters on Chivalry and Romance (1762).

Years 18-25 (1963-1971)

Year 18 (1963-64)

103. Samuel Richardson, Clarissa: Preface, Hints of Prefaces, and Postscript. etext:29964

104. Thomas D'Urfey, Wonders in the Sun, or, the Kingdom of the Birds (1706).

105. Bernard Mandeville, An Enquiry into the Causes of the Frequent Executions at Tyburn (1725). etext:37650

106. Daniel Defoe, A Brief History of the Poor Palatine Refugees (1709).

107-8. John Oldmixon, An Essay on Criticism (1728). etext:35159

Year 19 (1964-65)

109. Sir William Temple, An Essay Upon the Original and Nature of Government (1680).

110. John Tutchin, Selected poems, (1685-1700). Introd. by Spiro Peterson. etext:38407

111. Anonymous, Political justice; a poem. (1736) Introd. by Burton R. Pollin and John W. Wilkes.

112. Robert Dodsley, An Essay on Fable (1764).

113. An Essay Concerning Critical and Curious Learning [by] T. R. (1698). Introd. by Curt A. Zimansky.

114. Two poems against Pope: One epistle to Mr. A. Pope [by] Leonard Welsted. (1730) The blatant beast, anonymous. (1740) Introd. by Joseph V. Guerinot. etext:21499

Year 20 (1965-66)

115. Daniel Defoe and others, Accounts of the apparition of Mrs. Veal. Introduction by Manuel Schonhorn. This is not the existing DP project (reprint of Defoe's essay only)

116. Macklin, Charles, The Covent Garden Theatre; or Pasquin turn'd Drawcansir, (1752). Introduction by Jean B. Kern. etext:30584

117. L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, Citt and Bumpkin (1680). Introd. by B.J. Rahn. At DP. 38342

118. More, Henry, Enthusiasmus triumphatus (1662) Introd. by M. V. DePorte.

119. Traherne, Thomas, Meditations on the six days of the creation (1717) Introd. by George Robert Guffey. This is not the existing DP project (complete works)

120. Mandeville, Bernard, Aesop dress'd; or, A collection of fables writ in familiar verse (1704). Introduction by John S. Shea. etext:33888

Year 21 (1966-67)

121. Headley, Henry, Poems (1786)

122. James McPherson: Fragments of ancient poetry etext:8161

123. Edmond Malone, Cursory Observations on the Poems Attributed to Mr. Thomas Rowley (1782). etext:29116

124. Anonymous, The Female Wits (1704). etext:37546

125. Anonymous, The Scribleriad (1742). Lord Hervey, The Difference Between Verbal and Practical Virtue (1742). etext:34821

126. Le Latrin; an Heroick Poem, Written Originally in French by Monsieur Boileau; Made English by N. O. (1682).

Year 22 (1967-68)

127-128. Charles Macklin, A Will and No Will or a Bone for the Lawyers (1746) The New play Criticiciz'd, or the Plague of envy. (1747) introduction by Jean Kern.
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

129. Lawrence Echard, Prefaces to Terence's Comedies and Plautus's Comedies; introduction by John Barnard. (1694) etext:29684

130. Henry More, Democritus Platonissans (1646) etext:30327

131. The history of Sabatai Sevi The Suppos'd Messiah of the Jews, John Evelyn 1669 etext:38327

132. Walter Harte, An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad (1736). etext:29237

Year 23 (1968-69)

133. John Courtenay, A poetical review of the literary and moral character of the late Samuel Johnson. etext:29324

134. John Downes, Roscius Anglicanus (1708).

135. Sir John Hill, Hypachondriasis, a Practical Treatise (1766). etext:30099

136. Thomas Sheridan, Discourse ... Being Introductory to His Course of Lectures on Elocution and the English Language (1759). etext:38444

137. Arthur Murphy, The Englishman from Paris (1756) etext:34871

138. [Catherine Trotter], Olinda's Adventures (1718) etext:37218

Year 24 (1969-70)

139. John Ogilvie, An essay on the lyric poetry of the ancients (1762) Introduction by Wallace Jackson. etext:25008

140. A Learned Dissertation on Dumpling (1726) and Pudding Burnt to Pot or a Compleat Key to the Dissertation on Dumpling (1727). etext:28105

141. Selections from Sir Roger L'Estrange's Observator (1681-1687).
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

142. Anthony Collins, A Discourse Concerning Ridicule and Irony in Writing (1729). etext:30343

143. A Letter From A Clergyman to His Friend, With An Account of the Travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver (1726). etext:29189

144. The Art of Architecture, A Poem. In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry (1742). etext:36441

Year 25 (1970-71)

145-146. Thomas Shelton. A Tutor to Tachygraphy, or Short-writing (1642) and Tachygraphy (1647).

147-148. Deformities of Dr. Samuel Johnson (1782). etext:37764

149. Poeta de Tristibus; or the Poet's Complaint (1682)
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

150. Gerard Langbaine. Momus Triumphans or the Plagiaries of the English Stage (1687).
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

Years 26-34 (1971-1980)

Year 26 (1971-72)

151-152. Evan Lloyd, The Methodist. A Poem (1766). etext:27776

153. Are these Things So? (1740), and The Great Man's Answer to Are these Things So? (1740). etext:38275

154 Arbuthnotiana: The Story of the St. Alb-ns Ghost (1712), and A Catalogue of Dr. Arbuthnot's Library (1779).
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

155-156. A Selection of Emblems from Herman Hugo's Pia Desideria (1624), with English Adaptions by Francis Quarles and Edmund Arwaker.

Year 27 (1972-73)

157. William Mountfort, The Life and Death of Doctor Faustus Made Into a Farce. etext:37422

158. Cibber, A Letter from Mr Cibber to Mr. Pope. etext:33080

159. The case of Mrs. Clive. etext:13881

160. Thomas Tryon. A discourse of the causes, natures, and cure of phrensie, madness, or distraction from A treatise of dreams & visions. Introd. by Michael V. DePorte.

161. Blair, Robert, 1699-1746. The grave; a poem (1743); introduction by James A. Means.

162. Mandeville, Bernard, 1670-1733. A modest defence of publick stews (1724); introduction by Richard I. Cook.

Year 28 (1973-74)

163. William Rider, An historical and critical account of the lives and writings of the living authors of Great Britain, 1762; introduction by O. M. Brack, Jr.

164. Edwards, Thomas, 1699-1757. The sonnets of Thomas Edwards (1765, 1780) / introduction by Dennis G. Donovan.

165. Hildebrand Jacob, Of the sister arts: an essay (1734) introduction by Niklaus R. Schweizer.

166. Poems on the reign of William III: introduction and selection by Earl Miner.

167. O'Hara, Kane, Midas: an English burletta: (1766) introduction by P. T. Dircks.

168. Daniel Defoe, A short narrative of the life and actions of His Grace John, D. of Marlborough. etext:37505

Year 29 (1974-75)

169-170. Samuel Richardson, The apprentice's vade mecum (1734).

171. James Bramston, The Man of Taste etext:33441

172-173. Charleton, Walter, The Ephesian matron (1668)

174. Bernard Mandeville, The mischiefs that ought justly to be apprehended from a Whig-government.

Year 30 (1975-76)

175. Pamela Censured (1741). etext:33735

176. A dialogue upon the Gardens of the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Cobham at Stow in Buckinghamshire (1748)
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

177. James Bramston, The art of Politicks.
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

178. James Miller, Harlequin Horace: or the Art of modern poetry (1731).

179. James Boswell. A view of the Edinburgh theatre during the summer season 1759 (1760)

180. Satires on women.

Year 31 (1976-77)

181. Theophilus Cibber, The harlot's progress (1733) and The rake's progress (MS., ca. 1778-1780) (1977) etext:38659

182-183. James Howard, The English mounsieur: a comedy

184. Daniel Defoe, The Master Mercury (1704)

185-186. George Bickham, The beauties of Stow (1750).

Year 32 (1977-78)

187. James Moor. An essay on historical composition, read, February VI, MDCCLII (1759)

188. John Ker, Donaides; and David Mallet, A poem in imitation of Donaides

189-190. James Stuart, Critical observations on the buildings and improvements of London (1771).

191. William Chambers, An explanatory discourse/ by Tan Chet-qua, of Quang-chew-fu, Gent.
Currently in Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

192. William Warburton, A letter to the editor of letters on the spirit of patriotism &c.; and Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke, A familiar epistle to the most impudent man living.

Year 33 (1978-79)

193. George Hardinge Rowley and Chatterton in the shades; or Nugae antiquae et novae

194. Margaret Fell [i.e. M. A. F. Fox] Womens speaking justified. Epistle from the womens yearly meeting at York, 1688. Mary Waite. A warning to all Friends; introd. by David J. Latt.

195-196. James Carkesse Lucida intervalla; introduction by Michael V. Deporte.

197. Joseph Warton. Odes on various subjects (1746) introduction by Richard Wendorf.

198. Daniel Defoe, Atalantis Major; introduction by John J. Perry. etext:26940

Year 34 (1979-80)

199. Samuel Werenfels, A dissertation concerning meteors of stile or false sublimity; introduction by Edward Tomarken.

200-201. Charles Le Brun, A method to learn to design the passions; introduction by Alan T. McKenzie.

202. Bathsua Makin, An essay to revive the antient education of gentlewomen; introduction by Paula L. Barbour.

203-204. Charles Johnson, The Life and adventures of Capt. John Avery. The successful pyrate introduction by Joel H. Baer.

Years 35-45 (1980-1991)

Year 35 (1980-1981)

205-206. Banks, John, d. 1706. Vertue betray'd, or, Anna Bullen (1682). Introduction by Diane Dreher.

207. Duncombe, John, 1729-1786. The feminiad, a poem, (1754). Introduction by Jocelyn Harris.

208. Motteux, Peter Anthony, 1660-1718. The rape of Europa by Jupiter (1694); and, Acis and Galatea (1701). Introduction by Lucyle Hook.

209-210. Upright lives: documents concerning the natural virtue and wisdom of the Indians (1650-1740). Introduction by Thomas Hahn.

Year 36 (1981-1982)

211. Serle, John. A plan of Mr. Pope's garden (1745). Introduction by Morris Brownell.

212-213 Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797. Hieroglyphic tales (1785). Introduction by Kenneth W. Gross.

  • dvdeug has this cleared. However, the Gutenberg edition was done from a facsimile (original?) of the same edition, so I only have the new material scanned.

214-215. Trapp, Joseph, 1679-1747. The preface to the Aeneis of Virgil (1718). Introduction by Malcolm Kelsall. etext:36137

216. The Merry-Thought etc. part I (1730 / 1982) etext:20558

Year 37 (1982-1983)

217. Pieces on the "Jew Bill" (1753). Introduction by Roy S. Wolper.

218-219. Robert Dodsley. The Toy-Shop (1735) and The King and the Miller of Mansfield (1737) etext:36491

220. John Dury: The reformed library-keeper (1650) etext:15199

221-222. The Merry-Thought etc. parts 2-4 (1731) etext:20535

Year 38 (1983-1984)

223. Whitehead, Paul, 1710-1774. Satires written by Mr. Whitehead. Introduction by Vincent Carretta. Joe Cooper has clearance and will post to OCR Wiki

224. Scott, Mary. The female advocate: a poem occasioned by reading Mr. Duncombe's Feminead. Introduction by Gae Holladay.

225-226. Young, Edward, 1683-1765. A vindication of Providence, or, A true estimate of human life (Second edition, 1728). Introduction by David R. Anderson. Joe Cooper has clearance and will post to OCR wiki

227-8. Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674. Two dialogues: Of the want of respect due to age, and, Concerning education. Introduction by Martine Watson Brownley.

Year 39 (1984-1985)

229. Burrowes, Robert, 1756?-1841. Essay on the stile of Doctor Samuel Johnson (1787). Introduction by Frank H. Ellis.

230. Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756. The thresher's labour. And, The woman's labour. Introduction by Moira Ferguson.

231-232. Fielding, Sarah. Remarks on Clarissa (1749). etext:27744

233-234. Derrick, Samuel, 1724-1769. The dramatic censor: Remarks upon the tragedy of Venice preserv'd. Introduction by Janet E. Aikins.

Year 40 (1985-1986)

235. See and seem blind: or, A critical dissertation on the publick diversions, & c. [1732]. Introduction by Robert D. Hume

236. Haywood, Eliza Fowler, 1693?-1756. Bath-intrigues: in four letters to a friend in London. Introduction by Simon Varey.

237-238. Arrowsmith, Joseph, fl. 1673. The reformation: a comedy. Introduction by Deborah C. Payne.

239-240. Swift, Temple, and the Du Cros affair: part I and part II.

Lettre de Cros at ocr available, in French. scanned by Joe Cooper

An Answer to a scurrilous Pamphlet etext:32659

Year 41 (1986-1987)

241-242. Swift, Temple, and the Du Cros affair: part I and part II. New material copyright.
etext:32656, etext:32879

243. R. H., 1609-1678. The Protestants plea for a Socinian / by Abraham Woodhead ; introduction by Richard Kroll. Current state: Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

244-245. Douglass, William, ca. 1700-1752. The cornutor of seventy-five (1748) / William Douglas, and Don Ricardo Honeywater vindicated (1748) / Tobias Smollett? Introduction by Robert Adams Day.

246. Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. Love in the suds: a town eclogue : being the lamentation of Roscius for the loss of his Nyky. Introduction by Thomas J. Campbell. Current state: Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

Year 42 (1987-1988)

247. The Life of Mr. Richard Savage (1727). Introduction Copyright. etext:36983

248. Mundus foppensis (1691); and, The Levellers (1745, first edition 1703). Introduction by Michael S. Kimmel. New material Copyright.

Mundus Foppensis: etext:36841

The Levellers: Completed and Posted to Project Gutenberg

249-250. Cellier, Elizabeth, fl. 1680. Malice defeated, and The matchless rogue (1680). Introduction by Anne Barbeau Gardiner.

251-252. King, William, 1663-1712. The transactioneer (1700). Introduction by Roger D. Lund.

Year 43 (1988-1989)

253-254. Manley, Mrs. (Mary de la Rivière), 1663-1724. Lucius, the first Christian king of Britain: a tragedy. Introduction by Jack M. Armistead and Debbie K. Davis. Joe Cooper has clearance and will post to OCR wiki

255-256. Hervey, John Hervey, Baron, 1696-1743. Ancient and modern liberty stated and compar'd (1734). Introduction by H.T. Dickinson. Joe Cooper has clearance and will post to ocr wiki soon

257. The Female soldier: or, The surprising life and adventures of Hannah Snell (1750). Introduction by Dianne Dugaw. etext:36461

258. Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. The old debauchees: a comedy (1732). Introduction by Connie Capers Thorson. etext:37923

Year 44 (1989-1990)

259-260. Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Characters. Introduction by Alan T. McKenzie.

261. Stephens, William, d. 1718. An account of the growth of Deism in England : (1696). Introduction by James E. Force. etext:37302

262. More, Hannah, 1745-1833. Considerations on religion and public education. etext:37774

Burney, Frances. Brief reflections relative to the emigrant French clergy. Introduction by Claudia L. Johnson. etext:29125

263-264. Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849. The little dog Trusty; The orange man; and, The cherry orchard : being the tenth part of Early lessons (1801). Introduction by Mitzi Myers. Joe Cooper has clearance and will post to OCR wiki for a PM

Year 45 (1990-1991)

All volumes from this year: Joe Cooper has clearance and will soon post to OCR wiki for a PM.

265-266. The Island Queens: or the Death of Mary, Queen of Scotland. A Tragedy (1684) John Banks, introduction by Jayne Elizabeth Lewis.

267-268. The distress'd orphan, or, Love in a mad-house. by Haywood, Eliza Fowler.

269. The moon-calf, or, Accurate reflections on the consolidator, by Joseph Browne.

270. A Philosophick Essay Concerning Ideas according to Dr. Sherlock's Principles (1705) Anonymous. Editor James G. Buicherood. Intro copyright.