A Select Collection of Novels and Histories: Zayde, by M.M. Lafayette. The marriage of Belphegor, by N. Machiavelli. The adventures of Melesichton by F. Feńelon. The jealous Estremaduran by M. Cervantes. The history and fall of the Lady Jane Grey. The adventures on the black mountains by M. Cervantes.-v. 2. The princess of Cleves, by M.M. Lafayette. The fair maid of the inn, by M. Cervantes. The force of friendship. Charon; or the ferry-boat by S. Croxall. The history of the captive, by M. Cervantes.-v. 3. Don Carlos, by Abbe ́de St. Real. The history of the Count de Belflor and Lenora de Cespedes. The curious impertinent, by M. Cervantes. The history of Jane Shore, by S. Croxall. The prevalence of blood, by M. Cervantes. The liberal lover, by M. Cervantes. The beautiful Turk.-v. 4. The happy slave, by G. Breḿond. The rival ladies, by M. Cervantes. The loves of King Henry II and fair Rosamond. The innocent adultery, by P. Scarron. The history of the conspiracy of the Spaniards against the Republick of Venice, by Abbot de St. Real.-v. 5. The little gypsy, by M. Cervantes. Ethelinda, by Flaminiani. The amour of Count Palviano and Eleonora. Memoirs of the unhappy favourite. Scanderbeg the Great, by U. Chevreau.-v. 6. The life of Castruccio Castracani of Lucca, by N. Machiavelli. The loves of Osmin and Daraxa, by M. Aleman. The Spanish lady of England, by M. Cervantes. The Lady Cornelia, by M. Cervantes. Memoirs of a most remarkable revolution in Naples; or the history of Massaniello. The false dutchess. Memoirs of the imprisonment and death of Mary, Queen of Scots
J. Watts, 1729 - English literature
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