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The adventures of Natura
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Person:
Haywood, Eliza Fowler, 1693?-1756.
Title:
Life's progress through the passions, or, The adventures of Natura / By the author of The fortunate foundlings.
Title page extent:
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Full
Title page priority:
Work
Work
Title page print type:
Letter-press
Letter-press
Publication information:
London : Printed by T. Gardner, and sold at his printing-office, at Cowley's Head, opposite St. Clement's Church, in the Strand. 1748.
Extent:
[8], 231, [1] ; 17 cm. Duodecimo
Paratextual Essay Description:
Table of contents
Introduction
Heading as it appears in the work:
Contents
Introduction
Paratextual Essay - Location in text:
Front
Front
Citation / Reference Note:
ESTC (RLIN) T70078
Beasley, J.C. Prose fiction pub. in England, 1740-1749, 248
Block, A. Engl. novel (1961 ed.), p.100
Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.) vol. 3, p. 367
Dominant narrative form:
Third-person
Claim Type:
Author (text)
Authorship Claim - Phrase in which the authorship claim appears:
By the author of the fortunate foundlings
Authorship Claim - Location of Claim:
Title page
Authorship Claim Notes:
Reference to other works
Authorship Claim - Gender Claim:
Indeterminate
Subject Headings:
CHR 1748
PRO Biddick, W., fl. 1797 (ex libris) (RBC copy)
PRO Mendenhall, John C. (donor) (Singer-Mendenhall copy)
PRO D. Webster, Bookseller (ex libris) (Singer-Mendenhall copy)
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Corporate / Collection Name:
Early Novels
Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania) University of Pennsylvania

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Repository: University Of Pennsylvania
Noun: Adventure
Noun: Author
Noun: Fortunate
Noun: Foundling
Noun: Life
Noun: Passion
Noun: Progress
Person: Natura
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Printed by T. Gardner, and sold at his printing-office, at Cowley's Head, opposite St. Clement's Church, in the Strand
Date of publication: 1748
Number of volumes: 1 v.
Paratextual essay description: Introduction
Paratextual essay description: Table of contents
Paratextual essay heading: Contents
Paratextual essay heading: Introduction
Index: no
Narrative form: Third-person
Author claim type: Author (text)
Author gender claim: Indeterminate
Decade: 1740s
Year: 1748