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PR3317 .R58 [Info] The Rover: Or, The Banish't Cavaliers, by Aphra Behn (HTML at Virginia)
PR3317 .S5 [Info] Sir Patient Fancy: A Comedy As it is Acted at the Dukes Theatre (London: Printed by E. Flesher for R. Tonson, 1678), by Aphra Behn (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PR3317 .W54 2008 [Info] The Widdow Ranter: or, The History of Bacon in Virginia (2008 commentary; originally published 1690), by Aphra Behn, ed. by Paul Royster (PDF at unl.edu)
PR3318 .B28 A4 [Info] Agnes De-Courci: A Domestic Tale (4 volumes; Bath: Printed and sold for the author by S. Hazard, 1789), by Mrs. Bennett
PR3318 .B35 M4 1737 [Info] The Memoirs of Sigr. Gaudentio di Lucca: Taken from His Confession and Examination Before the Fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna in Italy, Making a Discovery of an Unknown Country in the Midst of the Vast Deserts of Africa, As Ancient, Populous, and Civilized, as the Chinese (London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1737), by Simon Berington
PR3318 .B35 M4 1786 [Info] The Adventures of Signor Gaudentio di Lucca: Being the Substance of His Examination Before the Fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy, Giving an Account of an Unknown Country in the Midst of the Deserts of Africa (London: Printed for Harrison and Co., 1786), by Simon Berington
PR3318 .B35 M4 1796 [Info] The Life and Adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca, Written by Himself: Giving an Account of a Country in the Midst of the Vast Desarts of Africa, Being Unknown to Any Person Except Sig. Gaudentio, and Its Inhabitants, Altho' as Ancient, Populous, and Civilized, as the Chinese (Norwich, CT: J. Trumbull, 1796), by Simon Berington (page images at HathiTrust)
PR3318 .B35 M4 1799 [Info] The Adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca: Being the Substance of His Examination Before the Fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy, Giving an Account of an Unknown Country, in the Midst of the Deserts of Africa, the Origin and Antiquity of the People, Their Religion, Customs, and Laws (Philadelphia: W. Conover,, 1799), by Simon Berington
PR3318 .B5 A76 [Info] King Arthur, by Richard Blackmore (HTML at Rochester)
PR3318 .B5 A76 [Info] Prince Arthur: An Heroick Poem in Ten Books (London: Printed for Awhsham and J. Churchil, 1695), by Richard Blackmore
PR3318 .B7 A7 [Info] The Grave: A Poem (London: Methuen and Co., 1903), by Robert Blair, contrib. by Henry Fuseli, illust. by William Blake and Luigi Schiavonetti
PR3318 .B7 A7 1857 [Info] The Grave: A Poem (with illustrations, and a life of the author by Hall; Philadelphia: W.P. Hazard, 1857), by Robert Blair, contrib. by S. C. Hall
PR3326 .B39 H49 [Info] The History of Emily Montague (London: J. Dodsley, 1769), by Frances Brooke
PR3326 .B39 H5 [Info] The History of Lady Julia Mandeville (4th edition, 1765), by Frances Brooke (illustrated HTML at Virginia)
PR3326 .B4 .F66 [Info] The Fool of Quality, by Henry Brooke, contrib. by Charles Kingsley and Ernest A. Baker (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR3327 .A63 1684 [Info] Certain Miscellany Tracts (London: Printed for C. Mearne, 1684), by Thomas Browne (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR3327 .A65 1896 [Info] Sir Thomas Browne's Hydriotaphia and the Garden of Cyrus (London and New York: Macmillan, 1896), by Thomas Browne, ed. by Alexander Greenhill (searchable page images at Google)
PR3327 .A675 1658 [Info] Pseudodoxia Epidemica (third edition; London: Printed by R. W. for Nath. Ekins, 1658), by Thomas Browne (page images at Google)
PR3327 .A73 [Info] Religio Medici, by Thomas Browne
PR3327 .A73 [Info] Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend, by Thomas Browne, ed. by J. W. Willis Bund
PR3327 .A73 1754 [Info] Religio Medici; With the Life of the Author; To Which is Added, Sir Kenelm Digby's Observations; Also Critical Notes Upon All the Obscure Passages Therein, Never Before Published (10th edition; Edinburgh: Printed by W. Ruddiman, 1754), by Thomas Browne and Kenelm Digby (page images at Google)
PR3327 .A73 1844 [Info] Religio Medici; Its Sequel, Christian Morals (both works, presented with similar passages from Cowper; Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1844), by Thomas Browne, ed. by John Peace, contrib. by William Cowper
PR3327 .A73 1862 [Info] Religio Medici, A Letter to a Friend, Christian Morals, Urn-burial, and Other Papers (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1862), by Thomas Browne (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR3327 .A73 1902 [Info] Religio Medici and Other Essays (Manchester: Sherratt and Hughes, 1902), by Thomas Browne, ed. by D. Lloyd Roberts (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR3327 .H91 [Info] Hydriotaphia: Urn Burial, by Thomas Browne (HTML at Renascence Editions)

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