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This page lists Primary Works, Secondary works and Internet resources referred to in our pages on eighteenth-century OED quotations sources.

Primary Works
  • Adams, Jane [i.e. Jean Adam], 1734. Miscellany Poems: By Mrs. Jane Adams in Crawfordsdyke. Glasgow: James Duncan
  • Aubin, Penelope, 1707. The Stuarts: A Pindarique Ode: Humbly Dedicated to Her Majesty of Great Britain. London: John Morphew
  • —— 1708. The Extasy: A Pindarick Ode to Her Majesty the Queen. London: printed for the author
  • —— 1721. The Life of Madam de Beaumount, A French Lady; Who Lived in a Cave in Wales. London: E. Bell and others
  • ——, trans., 1722. François Pétis de la Croix, The History of Genghizcan the Great. London
  • —— 1739. A Collection of Entertaining Histories and Novels, Designed to Promote the Cause of Virtue and Honour...By Mrs Penelope Aubin. 3 vols. London: D. Midwinter and others
  • Austen, Jane, 1923-54. The Novels of Jane Austen. Text based on collation of the early editions, by R. W. Chapman. 6 vols. London: Oxford University Press  
  • Constable, Archibald, 1811. Letters of Anna Seward Written Between the Years 1784 and 1807, 6 vols. Edinburgh
  • Cromek, R. H., 1810. Select Scotish Songs, Ancient and Modern; With Critical Observations by R. Burns. London: J. McCreery
  • Dodsley, Richard, 1748. A Collection of Poems, by Several Hands. London: R. Dodsley
  • Drake, Judith, 1696. Essay in Defence of the Female Sex. London: S. Butler
  • Halsband, Robert, ed., 1965. The Complete Letters of Lady Mary Wortley-Montagu, 3 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press
  • Le Faye, Deirdre, ed., 1995. Jane Austen's Letters. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Montagu, Mary Wortley, 1993. Essays and Poems and 'Simplicity', a Comedy, ed. Robert Halsband and Isobel Grundy, paperpack edn (first publ. 1977). Oxford: Clarendon Press
  • Norris, John, 1695. Letters Concerning the Love of God, Between the Author of the Proposal to the Ladies and Mr. John Norris... London
  • Scott, Walter, 1810. The Poetical Works of Anna Seward: With extracts from Her Literary Correspondence, 3 vols. Edinburgh: J. Ballantyne; London: Longman and others
  • Seward, Anna, 1780. Elegy on Captain Cook: To Which is Added, an Ode to the Sun. London: R. Dodsley
  • —— 1796. Llangollen Vale, With Other Poems. London: G. Sael
  • —— 1799. Original Sonnets on Various Subjects; and Odes Paraphrased from Horace. London: G. Sael
  • Tatler, 1710. The Lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq, 2 vols. London: J. Nutt

Secondary works
  • Backscheider, Paula R., 2005. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and their Poetry: Inventing Agency, Inventing Genre. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press
  • Baer, Joel, 2000. 'Penelope Aubin and the Pirates of Madagascar: Biographical Notes and Documents', Eighteenth-Century Women: Studies in Their Lives, Work, and Culture, 1, 49-62
  • Beasley, J. C., 1986. 'Politics and moral idealism: the achievement of some early women novelists', Fetter'd or free? British women novelists, 1670-1815, ed. M. A. Schofield and C. Macheski, Athens and London, Ohio University Press, 216-36
  • Brewer, John, 1997. The Pleasures of the Imagination: English Culture in the Eighteenth Century. New York: Farrar Staus Giroux
  • Christmas, William. J., Bridget Keegan, and Tim Burke, 2003. Eighteenth-century English Labouring-Class Poets 1700-1800. London: Pickering & Chatto
  • Clarke, Norma, 2004. The Rise and Fall of the Woman of Letters. London: Pimlico
  • Clifford, James L., 1941. 'The Authenticity of Anna Seward's Published Correspondence', Modern Philology, 39, 113-22
  • Guest, Harriet, 2000. Small Change: Women, Learning, Patriotism, 1750-1810. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press
  • Jones, Vivien, 1990. Women in the Eighteenth Century: Constructions of Femininity. London: Routledge
  • Lonsdale, Roger H., 1984. The New Oxford Book of Eighteenth-Century Verse. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • —— 1989. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets: An Oxford Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • McBurney, W. H., 1957. 'Mrs Penelope Aubin and the Early Eighteenth-Century English Novel', Huntington Library Quarterly, 20, 245-67
  • Macheski, Cecilia, 1986. 'Penelope's Daughters: Images of Needlework in Eighteenth-Century Literature', Fetter'd or Free?: British Women Novelists, 1670-1815, ed. M. A. Schofield and C. Macheski (Athens and London: Ohio University Press), pp. 85-100
  • Mounsey, Chris, 2003. '"...bring her naked from her Bed, that I may ravish her before the Dotard's face, and then send his Soul to Hell': Penelope Aubin, Impious Pietist, Humourist or Purveyor of Juvenile Fantasy?', Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 26, 55-75
  • Overton, Bill, 2003. 'The Poems of Jean Adam, 1704-65', Women's Writing 10, no. 3, 425-51
  • —— 2004. ' The Subscription List for Jean Adam's Miscellany Poems (1734)', Notes and Queries 51: 392-395
  • Perry, Ruth, 1986. The Celebrated Mary Astell: An Early English Feminist. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press
  • Phillipps, K. C., 1970. Jane Austen's English. London: Deutsch
  • Prescott, S., 1994. 'Penelope Aubin and the Doctrine of Morality: A Reassessment of the Pious Woman Novelist', Women's Writing, 1, 99-112
  • Rodger, Alexander, 1866. Jean Adam of Cartsdyke: her authorship of the ballad There's nae luck about the house, vindicated. Greenock.**
  • Selwyn, David, 2003. The Complete Poems of James Austen: Jane Austen's Eldest Brother. Chawton: Jane Austen Society
  • Southam, Brian, 2002. 'Jane Austen and Winchester Cathedral', Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal, 24, 226-40. Available online here
  • Smith, Hannah, 2001. 'English "Feminist" Writings and Judith Drake's "An Essay in Defence of the Female Sex" (1696)', The Historical Journal, 44, 727-47
  • Todd, Janet, 1989. The Sign of Angellica: Women, Writing and Fiction, 1660-1800. London: Virago Press
  • Welham, Debbie, 2008. 'The Particular Case of Penelope Aubin', Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31, 63-76 [not seen]

      Internet resources
      • Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. Cambridge University Press. Available at http://orlando.cambridge.org/; subscription required
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