A Critical Bibliography of Daniel Defoe by P N Furbank

By P N Furbank

Daniel Defoe used to be essentially the most prolific writers in English literature, but the canon of works attributed to him swelled from a hundred to 570 titles among 1790 and the Nineteen Nineties. Furbank and Owens supply a serious bibliography of Defoe's works, together with evidences for ascription.

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5) to the arrival of French troops before the barrier fortresses in Flanders, an event which took place in February - can probably be assigned to late February or March 1701. Othe1'locations: E, LAM, Lmh, Lu, 0; CLU-C, CSmH, CtY-BR, DFo, ICN, INULI, IU, MB, MH-H, NN, NNPM, PPRF.

In 1698. Answered in J. Howe, Some Considerations ofa Preface to An Inquiry (1701). 10 The Poor Man's Plea, in Relation to all the Proclamations, Declarations, Acts of Parliament, &c. which have been, or shall be made, or publish'd, for a Reformation of Manners, and Suppressing Immorality in the Nation. London: Printed in the Year MDCXCVIII. 18. 4°: 18 leaves, pp. i-iv 1-31 32 blk. Date: Advertised in the Post-Man, 9-12 April 1698. Other locations: C, Ct, Eu, Lu, MRu; CLU-C, CSmH, CtY-BR, DFo, InU-Li, MB, MH-H, MnU, NNC, PU, TxU.

I-iv 1-28. Date: Advertised as 'yesterday was published' in the Foreign Post, 29 November-3 December 1697. Other locations: AWn, C, Ct, 0, DUu, Ldw, Lmh, MRu, 0, Oas; CSmH, CIY-BR, DFo, ICN, leu, INU-LI, MB, MH-H, NIC, NjR, PU, TxU. An answer to An Argument Shewing that a Standing Army is Inconsistent with aFree Government, by John Trenchard and Walter Moyle (October 1697). ', comments sardonically on the author of An Argument's ambiguities and evasions: 'you have a pretty way with you of talking of Kings, and then you don't mean this KIng; and then ofArmies, but you don't mean this Army'.

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