- Title: Female inconstancy display'd in three diverting histories, describing the levity of the fair sex. I. Dulcinus, King of the Lombards: or a new Way to people a Kingdom. II. The History of Nogaret and Mariana. III. Don Garcia, Count of Castille, and the Countess his Wife. To which is added some diverting tales and merry jokes, viz. 1. On Miss V---e enjoy'd in her Sleep. 2. The Microscope. 3. An Epigram on Marriage. 4. The Lady's Question. 5. Miss M-d's fine Breasts. 6. Love after Enjoyment. Inscribed to the P----- of W---- and Miss V---. 7. To a certain Great Lady near St. James's. 8. The Fall of a certain Lady at Court. 9. The Court-Raptnre. 10. An Epitaph on a Talkative Old Maid. 11. Nature's Inequality. 12. On a Lady shedding her Water at seeing the Tragedy of injur'd Innocence. 13. Love's Subtilty. 14. The Death of Adonis. Dedicated to the six fair maids at St. James's.
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- Date Published: 1732
- Place Published: London
- Publisher: printed for Tho. Johnson in the Strand
- Subject: Literature and Language
- ESTCID: T066893
- Number of Ornaments: 6
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