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Dalinda: or, the double mariage. Being the genuine history of a very recent and interesting adventure. Addressed to all the young and gay of both sexes
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Person:
Haywood, Eliza Fowler, 1693?-1756.
Title:
Dalinda: or, the double mariage. Being the genuine history of a very recent and interesting adventure. Addressed to all the young and gay of both sexes
Publisher:
London : Printed for C. Corbett in Fleet-Street and G. Woodfall at Charing Cross.
Publication date:
1749.
Format:
Duodecimo
Number of Volumes / Pagination:
xii, 288 p. ;
Book Height:
18 cm.
Paratextual Essay Description:
Preface To the reader Preface to the reader Front
Epigraph:
'Tis our own wisdom moulds our state : -- our faults, or virtues make our fate. Cowley Title page
Narrative form:
Third-person Epistolary
Inscription:
Inscription on first blank page
Marginalia:
Ink Words Verso of blank page facing title page "The case of Mr. Cresswell and Mrs. Scroop"
Citation / Reference Note:
ESTC (RLIN) T74658
Beasley, J.C. Prose fiction pub. in England, 1740-1749, 274
Subject Headings:
CHR 1749
PRO Mendenhall, John C. (donor)
Corporate / Collection Name:
Early Novels
Corbet, Charles, Sir 1734-1808 Printed for Authorized
George Woodfall and Son Printed for Authorized
Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania) University of Pennsylvania
Repository:
University of Pennsylvania
General notes:
A novel based on the affair between T.E. Cresswell and Eliza Scrope. Attributed to Mrs. Haywood. Cf. Whicher, G.F. Life and romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood, p. 94.

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Place of publication: London
Publisher: Printed for C. Corbett in Fleet-Street and G. Woodfall at Charing Cross
Date of publication: 1749
Number of volumes: 1 v.
Paratextual essay description: Preface
Paratextual essay description: To the reader
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Index: no
Narrative form: Third-person
Decade: 1740s
Year: 1749