Prefaces to Fiction
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Prefaces to Fiction

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  • PREFACES TO FICTION
  • Introduction
    • Georges de Scudéry, Preface to Ibrahim (1674)
    • Mary De la Riviere Manley, Preface to The Secret History of Queen Zarah (1705)
    • Jean-Baptiste de Boyer, Marquis d'Argens, The Jewish Spy (1744), Letter 35
    • William Warburton, Preface to Volumes III and IV (1748) of Richardson's Clarissa
    • Samuel Derrick, Preface to d'Argens's Memoirs of The Count Du Beauval (1754)
    • Publications of the Augustan Reprint Society
      • With an Introduction by
      • Benjamin Boyce
      • Publication Number 32
    • With an Introduction by
    • Benjamin Boyce
    • Publication Number 32
  • INTRODUCTION
  • IBRAHIM, OR THE ILLUSTRIOUS BASSA.
    • The whole Work,
    • In Four Parts.
    • Written in French by Monsieur de Scudéry,
    • And Now Englished
    • by
    • Henry Cogan, Gent.
      • London,
    • London,
  • IBRAHIM, or The Illustrious Bassa
    • THE PREFACE
  • The Secret History of Queen ZARAH,
    • and the
  • Zarazians;
    • Being a
  • Looking-glass
    • for
    • ——— —————
    • In the Kingdom of
  • ALBIGION.
    • Albigion, Printed in the Year 1705.
      • Price Stitch'd 1 s. Price Bound 1 s. 6 d.
    • Price Stitch'd 1 s. Price Bound 1 s. 6 d.
    • TO THE READER.
  • THE JEWISH SPY:
    • BEING A
    • PHILOSOPHICAL, HISTORICAL and CRITICAL Correspondence,
    • Which lately pass'd between certain JEWS
    • in Turky, Italy, France, &c.
      • Translated from the ORIGINALS into French,
      • And now done into English.
    • Translated from the ORIGINALS into French,
    • And now done into English.
  • THE SECOND EDITION.
  • VOL. I.
    • LONDON:
    • LETTER XXXV.
      • Aaron Monceca to Isaac Onis, a Rabbi, at Constantinople.
      • Paris——
    • Aaron Monceca to Isaac Onis, a Rabbi, at Constantinople.
    • Paris——
    • Notes:
  • CLARISSA.
    • OR, THE
  • HISTORY
    • OF A
  • YOUNG LADY:
    • Comprehending
      • The most Important Concerns of Private Life,
      • And particularly shewing,
      • The Distresses that may attend the Misconduct
      • Both of Parents and Children,
      • In Relation to Marriage.
      • Published by the Editor of PAMELA.
    • The most Important Concerns of Private Life,
    • And particularly shewing,
    • The Distresses that may attend the Misconduct
    • Both of Parents and Children,
    • In Relation to Marriage.
    • Published by the Editor of PAMELA.
    • VOL. IV.
    • LONDON:
      • M.DCC.XLVIII.
    • M.DCC.XLVIII.
    • THE EDITOR to the READER.
  • MEMOIRS
    • OF THE
  • Count Du Beauval,
    • INCLUDING
    • Some curious Particulars
      • Relating to the Dukes of
    • Relating to the Dukes of
  • Wharton and Ormond,
    • During their Exiles.
      • WITH
      • Anecdotes of several other Illustrious
      • and Unfortunate Noblemen of the present Age.
      • Translated from the French of the Marquis
      • D'Argens, Author of The Jewish Letters.
    • WITH
    • Anecdotes of several other Illustrious
    • and Unfortunate Noblemen of the present Age.
    • Translated from the French of the Marquis
    • D'Argens, Author of The Jewish Letters.
    • LONDON:
      • Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in PaterNoster-Row.
    • Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in PaterNoster-Row.
    • M.DCC.LIV.
  • PREFACE.
  • PUBLICATIONS OF THE AUGUSTAN REPRINT SOCIETY
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