The Ten Pleasures of Marriage and the Second Part, The Confession of the New Married Couple
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The Ten Pleasures of Marriage and the Second Part, The Confession of the New Married Couple

By A. Marsh
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  • THE TEN PLEASURES OF MARRIAGE
    • AND THE SECOND PART
  • THE CONFESSION OF THE NEW MARRIED COUPLE
    • Contents
  • THE TEN PLEASURES OF MARRIAGE
    • AND THE SECOND PART
  • THE CONFESSION OF THE NEW MARRIED COUPLE
    • ATTRIBUTED TO
      • APHRA BEHN
        • REPRINTED WITH AN INTRODUCTION
        • BY
      • REPRINTED WITH AN INTRODUCTION
      • BY
      • JOHN HARVEY
        • AND THE ORIGINAL TWENTY PLATES
        • AND TWO ENGRAVED TITLES
        • RE-ENGRAVED
        • LONDON: MCMXXII
        • PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE NAVARRE SOCIETY LIMITED
      • AND THE ORIGINAL TWENTY PLATES
      • AND TWO ENGRAVED TITLES
      • RE-ENGRAVED
      • LONDON: MCMXXII
      • PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE NAVARRE SOCIETY LIMITED
    • APHRA BEHN
      • REPRINTED WITH AN INTRODUCTION
      • BY
    • REPRINTED WITH AN INTRODUCTION
    • BY
    • JOHN HARVEY
      • AND THE ORIGINAL TWENTY PLATES
      • AND TWO ENGRAVED TITLES
      • RE-ENGRAVED
      • LONDON: MCMXXII
      • PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE NAVARRE SOCIETY LIMITED
    • AND THE ORIGINAL TWENTY PLATES
    • AND TWO ENGRAVED TITLES
    • RE-ENGRAVED
    • LONDON: MCMXXII
    • PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE NAVARRE SOCIETY LIMITED
    • INTRODUCTION
      • JOHN HARVEY.
    • JOHN HARVEY.
    • Publisher's Preface
  • THE TEN
  • PLEASURES
  • OF
  • MARRIAGE,
    • Relating
      • All the delights and contentments that are mask'd under the bands of Matrimony.
        • Written by A. MARSH, Typogr.
        • LONDON,
        • Printed in the Year, 1682.
      • Written by A. MARSH, Typogr.
      • LONDON,
      • Printed in the Year, 1682.
      • To the READER.
    • All the delights and contentments that are mask'd under the bands of Matrimony.
      • Written by A. MARSH, Typogr.
      • LONDON,
      • Printed in the Year, 1682.
    • Written by A. MARSH, Typogr.
    • LONDON,
    • Printed in the Year, 1682.
    • To the READER.
  • The Ten PLEASURES Of MARRIAGE.
    • THE FIRST PLEASURE.
      • The Consent is given, the Match concluded, and the Wedding kept.
    • The Consent is given, the Match concluded, and the Wedding kept.
    • THE SECOND PLEASURE.
    • THE THIRD PLEASURE.
      • The young couple walk daily abroad, being entertained and treated by all their friends and acquaintance; and then travell into the Country for their pleasure.
    • The young couple walk daily abroad, being entertained and treated by all their friends and acquaintance; and then travell into the Country for their pleasure.
    • THE FOURTH PLEASURE.
      • The Wife goes a pratling by her Neighbours; complaining of her barrenness, and takes Physick for it.
    • The Wife goes a pratling by her Neighbours; complaining of her barrenness, and takes Physick for it.
    • THE FIFTH PLEASURE.
      • The young Woman proves with Child, and longs.
    • The young Woman proves with Child, and longs.
    • THE SIXTH PLEASURE.
      • Care is taking for the Child and Child-bed linnen; and to provide a Midwife and Nurse.
    • Care is taking for the Child and Child-bed linnen; and to provide a Midwife and Nurse.
    • THE SEVENTH PLEASURE.
      • The Woman falls in Labour.
    • The Woman falls in Labour.
    • THE EIGHTH PLEASURE.
      • The Womans brought to bed.
    • The Womans brought to bed.
    • THE NINTH PLEASURE.
      • Of the Gossips Feast.
    • Of the Gossips Feast.
    • THE TENTH PLEASURE.
      • A great Child-bed Feast is kept, and the Child put in Cloaths.
    • A great Child-bed Feast is kept, and the Child put in Cloaths.
    • Conclusion.
      • The End of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
    • The End of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
    • A LETTER
      • From one Friend to another,
      • Desiring to know whether it be advisable to marry.
    • From one Friend to another,
    • Desiring to know whether it be advisable to marry.
  • The
  • CONFESSION
  • Of the
  • New Married Couple.
  • The
  • CONFESSION
  • Of the
  • New Married Couple,
    • Being
    • The Second Part of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
      • Relating
      • The further delights and contentments that ly masked under the bands of Wedlock.
        • Written by A. Marsh. Typogr.
        • LONDON,
      • Written by A. Marsh. Typogr.
      • LONDON,
      • To the READER.
    • Relating
    • The further delights and contentments that ly masked under the bands of Wedlock.
      • Written by A. Marsh. Typogr.
      • LONDON,
    • Written by A. Marsh. Typogr.
    • LONDON,
    • To the READER.
  • The
  • CONFESSION
  • Of the
  • New Married Couple,
    • Being
    • The Second Part of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • The First Pleasure.
      • The young Couple begin to keep Shop, and demand their promised Portion.
    • The young Couple begin to keep Shop, and demand their promised Portion.
    • The Second Pleasure.
      • The Husband grows Pipsy; and keeps the first Lying-in: Takes the Doctors advice. Is mocked by his Pot-Companions.
    • The Husband grows Pipsy; and keeps the first Lying-in: Takes the Doctors advice. Is mocked by his Pot-Companions.
    • The Third Pleasure.
      • Whilest the Husband is from home, the Wife plaies the Divel for God's sake. The Husband upon his journy will want for nothing.
    • Whilest the Husband is from home, the Wife plaies the Divel for God's sake. The Husband upon his journy will want for nothing.
    • The Fourth Pleasure.
      • The Wife will be Master of the Cash, or mony Chest.
    • The Wife will be Master of the Cash, or mony Chest.
    • The Fifth Pleasure.
      • Of Mens negligence of their affairs; whereby their Antic-tricks and loss of time is discovered.
    • Of Mens negligence of their affairs; whereby their Antic-tricks and loss of time is discovered.
    • The Sixth Pleasure.
      • The Woman hath got the Breeches. What mischeefes arise by it. Counsel for the unmarried. To shun those that are evil natured.
    • The Woman hath got the Breeches. What mischeefes arise by it. Counsel for the unmarried. To shun those that are evil natured.
    • The Seventh Pleasure.
      • The bad times teaches the new married Couple. Makes them brave housekeepers. They take in Lodgers, and give good examples to their Children.
    • The bad times teaches the new married Couple. Makes them brave housekeepers. They take in Lodgers, and give good examples to their Children.
    • The Eighth Pleasure.
      • The Parents would bring up their son in their way of Trade, but he hath no mind to't. He is put to School out of the City. Grows a Scholler, commits much mischief. Is apprehended and informed what a Schollerlike life is.
    • The Parents would bring up their son in their way of Trade, but he hath no mind to't. He is put to School out of the City. Grows a Scholler, commits much mischief. Is apprehended and informed what a Schollerlike life is.
    • The Ninth Pleasure.
      • Of base conditioned Maid-servants.
    • Of base conditioned Maid-servants.
    • The Tenth Pleasure.
      • An empty Purse, makes a sorrowfull Pate. The Husband grows jealous. And the Wife also. The Husband is weary of his wife, and seeks to be divorced.
        • The End of the Second Part of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
      • The End of the Second Part of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
    • An empty Purse, makes a sorrowfull Pate. The Husband grows jealous. And the Wife also. The Husband is weary of his wife, and seeks to be divorced.
      • The End of the Second Part of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
    • The End of the Second Part of the Ten Pleasures of Marriage.
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