Wiktionary:Quotations/Templates/English A–B

English quotation templates (A–B)
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This is a list of available English quotation templates ordered alphabetically by the author's surname (or title, if there is no author) and then by the template name. You can find an automatic list at [1].

Abbey, Edward edit

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{{RQ:Abbey Solitaire}}}

Abbott, Edwin A. edit

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1884, A Square [pseudonym; Edwin A. Abbott], Flatland [] , London: Seeley & Co., Part I: This World, § 1.— Of the Nature of Flatland:
{{RQ:Abbott Flatland}}}

Achebe, Chinua edit

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1958, Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart, New York: Astor-Honor, published 1959:
{{RQ:Achebe Things Fall Apart}}}

Adams, Douglas edit

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{{RQ:Adams Hitchhiker}}
{{RQ:Adams Restaurant}}
{{RQ:Adams Life}}
{{RQ:Adams So Long}}
{{RQ:Adams Harmless}}

Adams, Henry Brooks edit

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1880, [Henry Brooks Adams], Democracy: An American Novel (Leisure-hour Series; no. 112), New York, N.Y.: Henry Holt and Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Henry Adams Democracy}}

Addison, Joseph edit

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1712 (date written), [Joseph] Addison, Cato, a Tragedy. [], London: [] J[acob] Tonson, [], published 1713, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Addison Cato}}
a. 1720 (date written), Joseph Addison, The Evidences of the Christian Religion, [], London: [] J[acob] Tonson [], published 1730, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Addison Christian Religion}}
1705, J[oseph] Addison, Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, &c. in the Years 1701, 1702, 1703, London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Addison Italy}}
1707, [Joseph Addison], Rosamond. An Opera. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Addison Rosamond}}
a. 1720, Joseph Addison, The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq; [], volume I, London: [] Jacob Tonson, [], published 1721, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Addison Works}}
1711 March 12 (Gregorian calendar), [Joseph Addison; Richard Steele et al.], “THURSDAY, March 1, 1710–1711”, in The Spectator, number 1; republished in Alexander Chalmers, editor, The Spectator; a New Edition, [], volume I, New York, N.Y.: D[aniel] Appleton & Company, 1853, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Spectator}}
1709 June 6 (Gregorian calendar), Isaac Bickerstaff [et al., pseudonyms; Joseph Addison], “Thursday, May 26, 1709”, in The Tatler, number 20; republished in [Richard Steele], editor, The Tatler, [], London stereotype edition, volume I, London: I. Walker and Co.;  [], 1822, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Tatler}}

The Adventurer edit

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1752 November 7, Samuel Johnson [et al.], “Number I. TUESDAY, November 7, 1752.”, in The Adventurer, volume I, London: [] J[ohn] Payne, [], published 1753, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Adventurer}}

Alcott, Louisa May edit

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{{RQ:Alcott Eight Cousins}}
1863 May 22 – 1863 June 26, L[ouisa] M[ay] Alcott, “Obtaining Supplies”, in Hospital Sketches, Boston, Mass.: James Redpath, [], published August 1863, →OCLC, page [9]:
{{RQ:Alcott Hospital Sketches}}
1886, Louisa M[ay] Alcott, Jo's Boys [] [3], Boston: Roberts Brothers:
{{RQ:Alcott Jo's Boys}}
{{RQ:Alcott Little Men}}
1868, Louisa M[ay] Alcott, Little Women: [], part first, Boston, Mass.: Roberts Brothers, published 1869, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Alcott Little Women}}
1869–1870, Louisa M[ay] Alcott, An Old-Fashioned Girl, Boston, Mass.: Roberts Brothers, published 1870, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Alcott Old-Fashioned Girl}}

Alger, Horatio edit

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1906, Horatio Alger, Jr., Randy of the River: Or The Adventures of a Young Deckhand (Rise in Life Series), New York, N.Y.: Grosset & Dunlap, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Alger Randy}}

Allestree, Richard edit

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1667, attributed to Richard Allestree, The Causes of the Decay of Christian Piety. [], London: [] R. Norton for T. Garthwait, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Allestree Decay}}
1660, [Richard Allestree], “Sect[ion] I. Of Business and Callings in General.”, in The Gentlemans Calling, London: [] T[imothy] Garthwait [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Allestree Gentlemans Calling}}
1674, [Richard Allestree], The Government of the Tongue. [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: At the Theater, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Allestree Tongue}}

Allingham, Margery edit

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{{RQ:Allingham China Governess}}

Andrewes, Lancelot edit

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a. 1627 (date written), Lancelot Andrewes, edited by J[ohn] P[osthumous] W[ilson], Ninety-six Sermons [], volume I, Oxford, Oxfordshire: John Henry Parker, published 1841, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Andrewes Ninety-six Sermons}}

Appleton, Victor edit

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1912, Victor Appleton [pseudonym], Tom Swift in Captivity: Or A Daring Escape by Airship (Tom Swift Series), New York, N.Y.: Grosset & Dunlap, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Appleton Captivity}}

Arbuthnot, John edit

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1731, John Arbuthnot, An Essay Concerning the Nature of Aliments, and the Choice of Them, According to the Different Constitutions of Human Bodies. [], 1st Irish edition, Dublin: [] S. Powell, for George Risk, [], George Ewing, [], and William Smith, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Arbuthnot Aliments}}
1712, Humphry Polesworth [pseudonym; John Arbuthnot], Law is a Bottomless-Pit. [], London: [] John Morphew, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Arbuthnot Law}}

Arendt, Hannah edit

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1958, Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition, Chicago: University of Chicago Press:
{{RQ:Arendt Human Condition}}
1968, Hannah Arendt, Between Past and Future; eight exercises in political thought, New York: Viking Press:
{{RQ:Arendt Past and Future}}
1951, Hannah Arendt, “Antisemitism as an Outrage to Common Sense”, in The Origins of Totalitarianism (A Harvest/HBJ Book), new edition, San Diego, Calif., New York, N.Y.: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, published 1973, →ISBN, part 1 (Antisemitism), page 3:
{{RQ:Arendt Totalitarianism}}

Arlen, Michael edit

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1922 October, Michael Arlen, “Piracy”: A Romantic Chronicle of These Days, London, Glasgow: W[illiam] Collins Sons & Co., [], published August 1924, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Arlen Piracy}}

Arnold, Edwin edit

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{{RQ:Edwin Arnold Light of Asia}}

Arnold, Matthew edit

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1865, Matthew Arnold, “The Function of Criticism at the Present Time”, in Essays in Criticism, London: Macmillan and Co. [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Arnold Essays in Criticism}}
1873, Matthew Arnold, Literature & Dogma: An Essay towards a Better Apprehension of the Bible, London: Smith, Elder, & Co. [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Arnold Literature and Dogma}}
1879, Matthew Arnold, “Democracy”, in Mixed Essays, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Arnold Mixed Essays}}

Arnold, Thomas edit

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1838, Thomas Arnold, History of Rome, volume I (Early History to the Burning of Rome by the Gauls), London: B. Fellowes;  [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Thomas Arnold Rome}}

Asbjørnsen, Peter Christen edit

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1881, P. Chr. Asbjörnsen [i.e., Peter Christen Asbjørnsen], translated by H. L. Brækstad, Round the Yule Log. Norwegian Folk and Fairy Tales, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Asbjornsen Braekstad Tales}}

Ascham, Roger edit

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a. 1569 (date written), Roger Ascham, edited by Margaret Ascham, The Scholemaster: Or Plaine and Perfite Way of Teaching Children, to Vnderstand, Write, and Speake, the Latin Tong, [], London: [] John Daye, [], published 1570, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ascham Scholemaster}}
1544 (date written; published 1571), Roger Ascham, Toxophilus, the Schole, or Partitions, of Shooting. [], London: [] Thomas Marshe, →OCLC; republished in The English Works of Roger Ascham, [], London: [] R[obert] and J[ames] Dodsley, [], and J[ohn] Newbery, [], 1761, →OCLC, book 1, page 1:
{{RQ:Ascham Works}}

Atherton, Gertrude edit

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1902 March, Gertrude Franklin Atherton, The Conqueror: Being the True and Romantic Story of Alexander Hamilton, New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company; London: Macmillan & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Atherton Conqueror}}
1898, Gertrude Atherton, The Valiant Runaways, New York, N.Y.: Dodd, Mead and Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Atherton Valiant Runaways}}

The Atlantic edit

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2010 January, “The Atlantic”, in James Bennet, editor, The Atlantic, Washington, D.C.: The Atlantic Monthly Group, →ISSN, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Atlantic}}

Atterbury, Francis edit

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1708, Francis Atterbury, Fourteen Sermons Preach’d on Several Occasions. [], London: [] E. P. [Edmund Parker?] for Jonah Bowyer, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Atterbury Fourteen Sermons}}
1687, Francis Atterbury, An Answer to Some Considerations on the Spirit of Martin Luther and the Original of the Reformation; [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] [Sheldonian] Theater, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Atterbury Luther}}
1734, Francis Atterbury, edited by Thomas Moore, Sermons on Several Occasions. [], volume I, London: [] George James []; and sold by C. Davis, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Atterbury Sermons}}

Atwood, Margaret edit

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{{RQ:Atwood Handmaid}}

Auden, W. H. edit

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1965, W[ystan] H[ugh] Auden, “Thanksgiving for a Habitat. Prologue: The Birth of Architecture (for John Bayley).”, in About the House, New York, N.Y.; Toronto, Ont.: Random House, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Auden About the House}}
{{RQ:Auden Isherwood Journey}}
1976, W[ystan] H[ugh] Auden, edited by Edward Mendelson, Collected Poems, New York: Random House, published 1976, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Auden Collected Poems}}

Audubon, John James edit

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{{RQ:Audubon Ornithological Biography}}

Augustine of Hippo edit

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{{RQ:Augustine City of God}}
1631, Saint Augustine, translated by William Watts, Saint Augustines Confessions Translated: [], London: [] Iohn Norton, for Iohn Partridge [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Augustine Watts Confessions}}

Austen, Jane edit

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1815 December (indicated as 1816), [Jane Austen], Emma: [], volume I, London: [] [Charles Roworth and James Moyes] for John Murray, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Emma}}
1796 January 9 – 1817 January 8, Jane Austen, edited by Edward, Lord Brabourne, Letters of Jane Austen, volume I, London: Richard Bentley & Son, [], published 1884, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Letters}}
1814 July, [Jane Austen], Mansfield Park: [], volume I, London: [] T[homas] Egerton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Mansfield Park}}
{{RQ:Austen Memoir}}
1803 (date written), [Jane Austen], Northanger Abbey; published in Northanger Abbey: And Persuasion. [], volume I, London: John Murray, [], 20 December 1817 (indicated as 1818), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Northanger Abbey}}
1817 (date written), [Jane Austen], Persuasion; published in Northanger Abbey: And Persuasion. [], volumes (please specify |volume=III or IV), London: John Murray, [], 20 December 1817 (indicated as 1818), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Persuasion}}
1813 January 27, [Jane Austen], Pride and Prejudice: [], volume I, London: [] [George Sidney] for T[homas] Egerton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Pride and Prejudice}}
1817 (date written), Jane Austen, edited by R[aymond] W[ilson] Chambers, Fragment of a Novel Written by Jane Austen, January–March 1817 [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: Clarendon Press, published 1925, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Sanditon}}
1811, [Jane Austen], Sense and Sensibility [], volume I, London: [] C[harles] Roworth, [], and published by T[homas] Egerton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austen Sense and Sensibility}}

Austin, Mary Hunter edit

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1903, Mary Austin, The Land of Little Rain, Boston, Mass., New York, N.Y.: Houghton, Mifflin and Company [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Austin Land of Little Rain}}

Ayliffe, John edit

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1726, John Ayliffe, Parergon Juris Canonici Anglicani: Or, A Commentary, by Way of Supplement to the Canons and Constitutions of the Church of England. [], London: [] D. Leach, and sold by John Walthoe [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ayliffe Juris Canonici}}

Bacon, Francis edit

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1625, Francis [Bacon], Apophthegmes New and Old. [], London: [] Hanna Barret, and Richard Whittaker, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Apophthegmes}}
a. 1627 (date written), Francis Bacon, edited by [Thomas Tenison], Baconiana. Or Certain Genuine Remains of Sr. Francis Bacon, [], London: [] J. D. for Richard Chiswell, [], published 1679, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Baconiana}}
1625, Francis [Bacon], “(please specify the chapter)”, in The Essayes [], 3rd edition, London: [] Iohn Haviland for Hanna Barret, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Essayes}}
1622, Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban [i.e. Francis Bacon], The Historie of the Raigne of King Henry the Seventh, [], London: [] W[illiam] Stansby for Matthew Lownes, and William Barret, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Henry 7}}
{{RQ:Bacon Learning}}
1612, [Francis] Bacon, “To the Most High and Excellent Prince, Henry Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, and Earl of Chester”, in Robert Stephens, compiler, edited by [John Lockyer], Letters and Remains of the Lord Chancellor Bacon, London: [] W[illiam] Bowyer, published 1734, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Letters and Remains}}
a. 1627 (date written), Francis [Bacon], “Considerations Touching a VVarre vvith Spaine. []”, in William Rawley, editor, Certaine Miscellany VVorks of the Right Honourable Francis Lo. Verulam, Viscount S. Alban. [], London: [] I. Hauiland for Humphrey Robinson, [], published 1629, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Bacon Miscellany}}
1631, Francis [Bacon], “I. Century.”, in Sylua Syluarum: Or A Naturall Historie. In Ten Centuries. [], 3rd edition, London: [] William Rawley; [p]rinted by J[ohn] H[aviland] for William Lee [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum}}
1620, Francis Bacon, “Novum Organum”, in James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis, and Douglas Denon Heath, editors, The Works of Francis Bacon, [], volume I, London: Longman and Co.;  [], published 1857, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bacon Works}}

Bailey, Nathan edit

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1721, N[athan] Bailey, “A”, in An Universal Etymological English Dictionary: [], London: [] E. Bell, J. Darby, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bailey Dictionary}}

Baillie, Joanna edit

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1798, [Joanna Baillie], A Series of Plays: In which It is Attempted to Delineate the Stronger Passions of the Mind. [], volume I, London: [] T[homas] Cadell, Jun. and W[illiam] Davies, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baillie Plays}}

Baldwin, James edit

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1953, James Baldwin, Go Tell It on the Mountain, New York, N.Y.: Knopf, →OCLC, part 1 (The Seventh Day):
{{RQ:Baldwin Mountain}}

Ballantyne, R. M. edit

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1857, Robert Michael Ballantyne, The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean, Boston, Mass.: Phillips, Sampson, and Company, published 1859, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ballantyne Coral Island}}
1888, R[obert] M[ichael] Ballantyne, The Middy and the Moors: An Algerine Story, London: James Nisbet & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Ballantyne Middy}}

Barnes, Barnabe edit

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{{RQ:Barnes Devil's Charter}}

Barnfield, Richard edit

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1594, Richard Barnfield, “The Affectionate Shepheard. []”, in Alexander B[alloch] Grosart, editor, The Complete Poems of Richard Barnfield. [], London: J[ohn] B[owyer] Nichols and Sons, [], published 1876, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barnfield Complete Poems}}
1598, [Richard Barnfield], “As It Fell upon a Day”, in The Passionate Pilgrime. [], 2nd edition, London: [] [Thomas Judson] for W[illiam] Iaggard, and are to be sold by W[illiam] Leake, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Passionate Pilgrime}}

Barrie, J. M. edit

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1902 (date written), J[ames] M[atthew] Barrie, The Admirable Crichton, London, New York, N.Y.: Hodder & Stoughton, [], published [1914], →OCLC, act I (At Loam House, Mayfair), page 3:
{{RQ:Barrie Admirable Crichton}}
1888, J[ames] M[atthew] Barrie, “The Schoolhouse”, in Auld Licht Idylls, London: Hodder and Stoughton, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Barrie Auld Licht Idylls}}
1890, J[ames] M[atthew] Barrie, My Lady Nicotine: A Study in Smoke, Boston, Mass.: Joseph Knight Company, published 1896, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrie Lady Nicotine}}
1891, J[ames] M[atthew] Barrie, The Little Minister. [], volume I, London, Paris: Cassell and Company, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrie Little Minister}}
{{RQ:Barrie Peter and Wendy}}
1896, J[ames] M[atthew] Barrie, Sentimental Tommy: The Story of His Boyhood, London, Paris: Cassell and Company [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrie Sentimental Tommy}}
1889, J[ames] M[atthew] Barrie, A Window in Thrums, London: Hodder and Stoughton, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrie Window in Thrums}}

Barrow, Isaac edit

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a. 1678 (date written), Isaac Barrow, “The First Sermon. S[aint] James 3. 2.”, in Several Sermons against Evil-Speaking, London: [] Brabazon Aylmer, [], published 1678, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Barrow Evil-Speaking}}
a. 1678 (date written), Isaac Barrow, “The First Sermon. Matt[hew] 22. 37.”, in Of the Love of God and Our Neighbour, in Several Sermons, volume III, London: [] Miles Flesher, for Brabazon Aylmer, [], published 1680, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Barrow Love of God}}
1734, Isaac Barrow, translated by John Kirkby, The Usefulness of Mathematical Learning Explained and Demonstrated: Being Mathematical Lectures Read in the Publick Schools at the University of Cambridge. [], London: [] Stephen Austen, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrow Mathematical Learning}}
a. 1678 (date written), Isaac Barrow, “Introduction”, in J[ohn] Tillotson, editor, A Treatise of the Pope’s Supremacy. [], London: [] Miles Flesher, for Brabazon Aylmer, [], published 1680, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Barrow Pope's Supremacy}}
a. 1678 (date written), Isaac Barrow, “Sermon I. The Pleasantness of Religion.”, in The Works of Dr. Isaac Barrow. [], volume I, London: A[braham] J[ohn] Valpy, [], published 1830, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrow Works}}
1660, Euclid, translated by Isaac Barrow, Euclide’s Elements; [], London: [] R[oger] Daniel, for William Nealand [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Euclid Barrow Elements}}

Barrow, John edit

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1735, [John Barrow], “A. B.”, in Dictionarium Polygraphicum: Or, The Whole Body of Arts Regularly Digested. [], volume I (A–H), London: [] C[harles] Hitch and C[harles] Davis [], and S[amuel] Austen [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Barrow Dictionarium Polygraphicum}}

Basse, William edit

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1653, William Basse, edited by J[ohn] P[ayne] C[ollier], The Pastorals and Other Workes of William Basse. [] (Miscellaneous Tracts, Temp. Eliz. & Jac. I), [London: s.n.], published 1870, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Basse Pastorals}}

Baum, L. Frank edit

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1906, Edith Van Dyne [pseudonym: Lyman Frank Baum], Aunt Jane’s Nieces, Chicago, Ill.: The Reilly & Britton Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baum Aunt Jane's Nieces}}
1908, Edith Van Dyne [pseudonym: Lyman Frank Baum], Aunt Jane’s Nieces at Millville, Chicago, Ill.: The Reilly & Britton Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baum Millville}}
1912, L[yman] Frank Baum, Sky Island [], 1st Canadian edition, Toronto, Ont.: The Copp, Clark Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baum Sky Island}}
1900 May 17, L[yman] Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Chicago, Ill., New York, N.Y.: Geo[rge] M. Hill Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baum Wizard of Oz}}

Baxter, Richard edit

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1675, Richard Baxter, “[The First Book.] The First Part: []”, in Richard Baxter’s Catholick Theologie: [], London: [] Robert White, for Nevill Simmons [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baxter Catholick Theologie}}
1682, Richard Baxter, “Mr. [Henry] Dodwell’s Leviathan, or Absolute Destructive Prelacy, []”, in An Answer to Mr. Dodwell and Dr. Sherlocke; Confuting an Universal Humane Church— [], London: [] Thomas Parkhurst, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Baxter Dodwell}}
1651, Richard Baxter, chapter I, in Plain Scripture Proof of Infants Church-membership and Baptism: [], London: [] Robert White; and are to be sold by Thomas Underhil, [], and Francis Tyton [], →OCLC, part I, page 1:
{{RQ:Baxter Infants}}
1681, Richard Baxter, A Breviate of the Life of Margaret, the Daughter of Francis Charlton, of Apply in Shropshire, Esq; and wife of Richard Baxter: [], London: [] B. Simmons, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Baxter Margaret}}
1658 November 26 (date written; Gregorian calendar), Richard Baxter, “[The Christian Religion. [].] The Ancient Creed.”, in Universal Concord. The First Part. The Sufficient Terms Proposed for the Use of Those that Have Liberty to Use Them: [], London: [] R. W[hite] for Nevil Simmons, [], published 1660, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Baxter Universal Concord}}
1681, Richard Baxter, “[Prefatory]”, in Compassionate Counsel to All Young-Men. [], London: [] T. S. and are to be sold by B. Simmons, and Jonath[an] Greenwood, [], published 1682, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Baxter Young Men}}

Beach, Rex edit

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1916 September, Rex Beach, Rainbow’s End [], New York, N.Y., London: Harper & Brothers, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Beach Rainbow's End}}

Beattie, James edit

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1771, James Beattie, The Minstrel; or, The Progress of Genius. A Poem. Book the First, 2nd edition, London: [] Edward and Charles Dilly, []; Edinburgh: A[lexander] Kincaid and W[illiam] Creech; and J[ohn] Bell, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Beattie Minstrel}}

Beaumont, Francis, and Fletcher, John (and their collaborators) edit

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{{RQ:Beaumont et al Thierry and Theodoret}}
1616–1619 (first performance), John Fletcher, “The Mad Lover”, in Comedies and Tragedies [], London: [] Humphrey Robinson, [], and for Humphrey Moseley [], published 1647, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Comedies and Tragedies}}
c. 1607–1611 (first performance), Franc[is] Beaumont, Jo[hn] Fletcher, Cupids Revenge. [], 3rd edition, London: [] A[ugustine] M[atthews], published 1635, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Cupids Revenge}}
c. 1604–1626, doubtfully attributed to Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, “The Faithful Friends”, in Henry [William] Weber, editor, The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher, in Fourteen Volumes: [], volume I, Edinburgh: [] F[rancis] C[harles] and J[ohn] Rivington;  [], published 1812, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Faithful Friends}}
1612 January 5 (first performance; Gregorian calendar), Francis Beaumont, Iohn Fletcher, A King and No King. [], London: [] [John Beale] for Thomas Walkley, [], published 1619, →OCLC, Act I, page 1:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher King}}
c. 1608–1611 (date written), [Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher], The Maides Tragedy. [], London: [] [Nicholas Okes] for Francis Constable [], published 1619, →OCLC, Act I:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Maides Tragedy}}
c. 1608–1610 (date written), Francis Beaumont, Iohn Fletcher, Philaster, or Love Lies a Bleeding. [], 4th edition, London: [] VV[illiam] J[ones] for Richard Hawkins, [], published 1634, →OCLC, Act I, page 1:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Philaster}}
1606 (date written), [Francis Beaumont; John Fletcher], The Woman Hater. [], London: [] [Robert Raworth], and are to be sold by John Hodgets [], published 1607, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Beaumont Fletcher Woman Hater}}
1607 (first performance), [Francis Beaumont], The Knight of the Burning Pestle, London: [] [Nicholas Okes] for Walter Burre, [], published 1613, →OCLC, Act I:
{{RQ:Beaumont Knight}}
1625 (date written), Iohn Fletcher, [Philip Massinger], The Elder Brother. A Comedie. [], London: [] F[elix] K[ingston] for J[ohn] W[aterson] and J[ohn] B[enson], published 1637, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Fletcher Massinger Elder Brother}}
1610–1616 (date written), Iohn Fletcher [i.e., John Fletcher], Monsieur Thomas. A Comedy. [], London: [] Thomas Harper, for Iohn Waterson, [], published 1639, →OCLC, Act I, scene i:
{{RQ:Fletcher Monsieur Thomas}}
1624 (first performance), John Fletcher, Rule a Wife and Have a Wife. A Comoedy. [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] Leonard Lichfield [], published 1640, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Fletcher Rule a Wife}}
1613–1614 (date written), John Fletcher, William Shak[e]speare, The Two Noble Kinsmen: [], London: [] Tho[mas] Cotes, for Iohn Waterson;  [], published 1634, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Fletcher Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen}}
1633 May 21 (licensing date; Gregorian calendar), John Fletcher, [James Shirley], The Night-Walker, or The Little Thief. A Comedy, [], London: [] Andrew Crook[e], published 1661, →OCLC, Act I:
{{RQ:Fletcher Shirley Night-Walker}}

Beaumont, Joseph edit

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1648, Joseph Beaumont, “Canto I. The Preparative.”, in Psyche: Or Loves Mysterie, [], London: [] George Boddington, [], published 1651, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Joseph Beaumont Psyche}}

Beckett, Samuel edit

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1953, Samuel Beckett, Watt, 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: Grove Press, published 1959, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Beckett Watt}}

Beckford, William edit

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1786, [William Beckford], translated by [Samuel Henley], An Arabian Tale, from an Unpublished Manuscript: [], new edition, London: [] W. Clarke, [], published 1809, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Beckford Vathek}}

Beerbohm, Max edit

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1916 May, Max Beerbohm, “Enoch Soames”, in Seven Men, London: William Heinemann, published 1919, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Beerbohm Seven Men}}
1911 October 26, Max Beerbohm, Zuleika Dobson, or, An Oxford Love Story, 1st American edition, New York, N.Y.: John Lane Company, published 1912, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Beerbohm Zuleika Dobson}}

Beeton, Isabella edit

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{{RQ:Beeton Household Management}}

Behn, Aphra edit

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1687, A[phra] Behn, The Emperor of the Moon. A Farce. [], London: [] R. Holt, for Joseph Knight, and Francis Saunders, [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Behn Emperor of the Moon}}
1679 April 6 (date licensed; Gregorian calendar), A[phra] Behn, The Feign‘d Curtizans, or, A Nights Intrigue. A Comedy. [], London: [] Jacob Tonson [], published 1679, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Behn Feign'd Curtizans}}
1686 (first performance), A[phra] Behn, The Luckey Chance, or An Alderman’s Bargain. A Comedy. [], London: [] R. H[olt], for W. Canning, [], published 1687, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Behn Luckey Chance}}
1688, A[phra] Behn, Oroonoko: Or, The Royal Slave. A True History, London: [] Will[iam] Canning, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Behn Oroonoko}}

Belloc, Hilaire edit

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1902, H[ilaire] Belloc, The Path to Rome, New York, N.Y.: Longmans, Green and Co.; London: George Allen, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Belloc Path to Rome}}

Belloc Lowndes, Marie edit

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1913, Mrs. [Marie] Belloc Lowndes, chapter I, in The Lodger, London: Methuen, →OCLC; republished in Novels of Mystery: The Lodger; The Story of Ivy; What Really Happened, New York, N.Y.: Longmans, Green and Co., [], [1933], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Belloc Lowndes Lodger}}

Bellow, Saul edit

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1953, Saul Bellow, The Adventures of Augie March, New York: Viking Press, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bellow Augie March}}
{{RQ:Bellow Humboldt's Gift}}

Benson, Stella edit

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1919, Stella Benson, “Magic Comes to a Committee”, in Living Alone, London: Macmillan and Co., [], published 1920, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Benson Living Alone}}

Bentley, Richard edit

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1692 March 17, Richard Bentley, The Folly of Atheism, and (What is Now Called) Deism; even with Respect to the Present Life. [], London: [] Tho[mas] Parkhurst [], and H[enry] Mortlock [], published 1692, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bentley Confutation of Atheism}}

Berkeley, George edit

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1732, George Berkeley, “The First Dialogue”, in Alciphron: Or, The Minute Philosopher. [], volume I, London: [] J[acob] Tonson [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Berkeley Alciphron}}
1710, George Berkeley, A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge. [], Dublin: [] Aaron Rhames, for Jeremy [i.e., Jeremiah] Pepyat, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Berkeley Human Knowledge}}
1713, George Berkeley, “The First Dialogue”, in Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous. [], London: [] G[eorge] James, for Henry Clements, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Berkeley Three Dialogues}}

Berryman, John edit

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1964, John Berryman, 77 Dream Songs, New York: Farrar, Straus and Company:
{{RQ:Berryman Dream Songs}}

Besant, Walter edit

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1889, Walter Besant, For Faith and Freedom [], volume I, London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Besant For Faith and Freedom}}
1888, Walter Besant, The Inner House, New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Besant Inner House}}
1892, Walter Besant, The Ivory Gate [], New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Besant Ivory Gate}}
1881, Walter Besant, James Rice, The Chaplain of the Fleet [], volume I, London: Chatto and Windus, [], →OCLC, part I (Within the Rules):
{{RQ:Besant Rice Chaplain}}
1875, [Walter Besant, James Rice], With Harp and Crown. [], volume I, London: Tinsley Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Besant Rice Harp and Crown}}
1887, Walter Besant, The World Went Very Well Then [], volume I, London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Besant World}}

Bierce, Ambrose edit

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1911, Ambrose Bierce, “Quotations/Templates/English A–B”, in The Devil’s Dictionary, New York, N.Y., Washington, D.C.: The Neale Publishing Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bierce Dictionary}}

Bindloss, Harold Edward edit

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1907 January, Harold Bindloss, The Dust of Conflict, 1st Canadian edition, Toronto, Ont.: McLeod & Allen, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bindloss Dust of Conflict}}

Birmingham, George A. edit

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1915, G[eorge] A. Birmingham [pseudonym; James Owen Hannay], Gossamer, New York, N.Y.: George H. Doran Company, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Birmingham Gossamer}}
1912, George A. Birmingham [pseudonym; James Owen Hannay], The Red Hand of Ulster, London: Smith, Elder & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Birmingham Red Hand}}
1908 August, George A. Birmingham [pseudonym; James Owen Hannay], Spanish Gold, 2nd edition, London: Methuen & Co. [], published September 1908, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Birmingham Spanish Gold}}

Black, Henry Campbell edit

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1891, Henry Campbell Black, “A AVER ET TENER”, in A Dictionary of Law [], St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Black Law Dictionary}}

Black, William edit

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1877, William Black, Green Pastures and Piccadilly. [], volume I, London: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Black Green Pastures}}
1878, William Black, Macleod of Dare. [], volume I, London: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Black Macleod}}
1872, William Black, The Strange Adventures of a Phaeton. [], 2nd edition, volume I, London: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Black Phaeton}}
1873, William Black, A Princess of Thule. [], New York, N.Y., London: Harper & Brothers, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Black Princess of Thule}}
1887, William Black, Sabina Zembra [], volume I, London, New York, N.Y.: Macmillan and Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:Black Sabina Zembra}}

Blackmore, Richard edit

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1695, Richard Blackmore, “Book I”, in Prince Arthur. An Heroick Poem. [], 2nd edition, London: [] Awnsham and John Churchil [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Richard Blackmore Arthur}}

Blackmore, R. D. edit

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{{RQ:Blackmore Cripps}}
{{RQ:Blackmore Erema}}
{{RQ:Blackmore Lorna Doone}}
{{RQ:Blackmore Mary Anerley}}
{{RQ:Blackmore Perlycross}}
1884, [Richard Doddridge Blackmore], The Remarkable History of Sir Thomas Upmore, [], volume I, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Blackmore Thomas Upmore}}

Blackstone, William edit

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1765, William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England, book I (Of the Rights of Persons), Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] Clarendon Press, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Blackstone Commentaries}}

Blake, William edit

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{{RQ:Blake Songs of Innocence}}
1893 January 17, Edwin John Ellis, William Butler Yeats, William Blake, edited by Edwin John Ellis and William Butler Yeats, The Works of William Blake: Poetic, Symbolic, and Critical [], volume I, London: Bernard Quaritch, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Blake Works}}

Bickerstaffe, Isaac edit

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1762 December 8 (first performance), [Isaac Bickerstaffe], Love in a Village; a Comic Opera. [], 4th edition, London: [] W. Griffin; for J[ohn] Newbery, and W. Nicoll, []; G[eorge] Kearsley, []; T[homas] Davies, []; and J. Walter, [], published 1763, →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Bickerstaffe Love in a Village}}

Bligh, William edit

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1792, William Bligh, A Voyage to the South Sea, [] in His Majesty’s Ship The Bounty, [], London: [] George Nicol, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bligh Voyage}}

Blind, Mathilde edit

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1889, Mathilde Blind, “[The Ascent of Man.] Prelude. Wings..”, in The Ascent of Man, London: Chatto & Windus, [], →OCLC, part I, page 3:
{{RQ:Blind Ascent of Man}}

Book of Common Prayer edit

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{{RQ:Book of Common Prayer}}

Borrow, George edit

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{{RQ:Borrow Lavengro}}

Boswell, James edit

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1785, James Boswell, “Sunday, 15th August [1773]”, in The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, with Samuel Johnson, LL.D. [], London: [] Henry Baldwin, for Charles Dilly, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boswell Hebrides}}
1791, James Boswell, “[1709]”, in The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. [], volume I, London: [] Henry Baldwin, for Charles Dilly, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boswell Johnson}}

Boyle, Robert edit

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a. 1692 (date written), Robert Boyle, The General History of the Air, [], London: [] Awnsham and John Churchill, [], published 1692, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Air}}
1663, Robert Boyle, New Experiments and Observations Touching Cold, or, An Experimental History of Cold, Begun. [], London: [] Richard Davis, [], published 1683, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Cold}}
1664, Robert Boyle, Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours. [], 2nd edition, London: [] Henry Herringman [], published 1670, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Colours}}
1673, Robert Boyle, “Of the Strange Subtilty of Effluviums”, in Essays of the Strange Subtilty, Great Efficacy, Determinate Nature of Effluviums. [], London: [] W[illiam] G[odbid] for M[oses] Pitt, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Effluviums}}
1663, Robert Boyle, “Essay I. Of the Vsefulnesse of Experimental Philosophy, Principally as it Relates to the Mind of Man.”, in Some Considerations Touching the Vsefulnesse of Experimental Naturall Philosophy, [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] Hen[ry] Hall printer to the University, for Ric[hard] Davis, →OCLC, part I, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Experimental Natural Philosophy}}
1666, Robert Boyle, “Considerations, and Experiments Touching the Origine of Qualities, and Forms. The Theoricall Part.”, in The Origine of Formes and Qualities, (According to the Corpuscular Philosophy,) Illustrated by Considerations and Experiments, [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] Hen[ry] Hall printer to the University, for Ric[hard] Davis, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Formes and Qualities}}
1666, Robert Boyle, Hydrostatical Paradoxes, Made out by New Experiments, (for the Most Part Physical and Easie.), Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] William Hall for Richard Davis, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Hydrostatical Paradoxes}}
1659 December 30 (date written), Robert Boyle, New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air, and Its Effects, (Made, for the Most Part, in a New Pneumatical Engine) [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: [] H[enry] Hall, printer to the University, for Tho[mas] Robinson, published 1660, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle New Experiments}}
1665, Robert Boyle, edited by [John Weyland], Occasional Reflections upon Several Subjects. With a Discourse about Such Kind of Thoughts, Oxford, Oxfordshire: Alex[ander] Ambrose Masson; and sold by John Henry Parker, [], published 1848, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Occasional Reflections}}
1661, Robert Boyle, “A Proemial Essay, wherein, with Some Considerations Touching Experimental Essays in General, is Interwoven such an Introduction to All Those Written by the Author, as is Necessary to be Perus’d for the Better Understanding of Them”, in Certain Physiological Essays and Other Tracts; [], 2nd edition, London: [] Henry Herringman [], published 1669, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Physiological Essays}}
1684, Robert Boyle, “An Essay on the Porousness of Animal Bodies”, in Experiments and Considerations about the Porosity of Bodies, in Two Essays, London: [] Sam[uel] Smith [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Porosity}}
1661, Robert Boyle, “Physiological Considerations Touching the Experiments Wont to be Employed to Evince either the IV Peripatetick Elements, or the III Chymical Principls of Mixt Bodies. Part of the First Dialogue.”, in The Sceptical Chymist: or Chymico-physical Doubts & Paradoxes, [], London: [] J. Cadwell for J. Crooke, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Sceptical Chymist}}
1663, Robert Boyle, Some Considerations Touching the Style of the H[oly] Scriptures. [], London: [] Henry Herringman, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Scriptures}}
1648 August 16 (date written; Gregorian calendar), Robert Boyle, Some Motives and Incentives to the Love of God. [], London: [] Henry Herringman, [], published 1659, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Seraphic Love}}
1671, Robert Boyle, “A Discovery of the Admirable Rarefaction of Air”, in Tracts []. Of a Discovery of the Admirable Rarefaction of the Air. [], London: [] T. N. for Henry Herringman, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Boyle Tracts Air}}
1671, Robert Boyle, “An Introduction to the History of Particular Qualities”, in Robert Boyle, Tracts []. About the Cosmicall Qualities of Things. [], London: [] W[illiam] H[all] for Ric[hard] Davis, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Tracts Qualities}}
1744, Thomas Birch, “The Life of the Honourable Robert Boyle”, in Robert Boyle, The Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle. [], volume I, London: [] A[ndrew] Millar, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Boyle Works}}

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth edit

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1868, [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Charlotte’s Inheritance [], volume I, London: Ward, Lock, and Tyler [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Charlotte's Inheritance}}
1894, M[ary] E[lizabeth] Braddon, The Christmas Hirelings [], London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Christmas Hirelings}}
[1879], [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], The Cloven Foot [], volume I, London: John and Robert Maxwell [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Cloven Foot}}
1863, M[ary] E[lizabeth] Braddon, Eleanor’s Victory. [], volume I, London: Tinsley Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Eleanor's Victory}}
1876, [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Joshua Haggard’s Daughter [], volume I, London: John Maxwell and Co. [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Haggard}}
[1884], [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Ishmael: [], volume I, London: John and Robert Maxwell, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Ishmael}}
1880, [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Just as I Am [], volume I, London: John and Robert Maxwell [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Just as I Am}}
1863, [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], John Marchmont’s Legacy. [], 3rd edition, volume I, London: Tinsley Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Marchmont}}
1882, [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Mount Royal [], volume I, London: John and Robert Maxwell [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Mount Royal}}
1865, [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Sir Jasper’s Tenant [], volume I, London: John Maxwell and Company [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Sir Jasper's Tenant}}
[1885], [Mary Elizabeth Braddon], Wyllard’s Weird. [], volume I, London: John and Robert Maxwell [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Braddon Wyllard's Weird}}

Bradley, Edward edit

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{{RQ:Bradley Adventures of Verdant Green}}

Breton, Nicholas edit

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1602, Nicholas Breton, The Mothers Blessing, London: [] T[homas] C[reede] for Iohn Smethick, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Breton Mothers Blessing}}

Brimson, Dougie edit

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2012, Dougie Brimson, Art of Fart, →ISBN:
{{RQ:Brimson Art of Fart }}

The British Encyclopedia edit

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{{RQ:British Encyclopedia}}

Brome, Richard edit

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c. 1629–1641 (date written), Richard Brome, edited by A[lexander] Brome, Five New Playes, [], London: [] Humphrey Moseley, Richard Marriot, and Thomas Dring, [], published 1653, →OCLC, Act , (please specify the scene number in lowercase Roman numerals):
i
{{RQ:Brome Five New Playes}}

Brontë, Anne edit

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1847 December, Acton Bell [pseudonym; Anne Brontë], Agnes Grey. [], London: Thomas Cautley Newby, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Anne Bronte Agnes Grey}}
1848, Acton Bell [pseudonym; Anne Brontë], The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. [], volume I, London: T[homas] C[autley] Newby, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Anne Bronte Tenant}}
1846, Acton Bell [pseudonym; Anne Brontë], “Appeal”, in Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published [1848], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bronte Poems}}

Brontë, Charlotte edit

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1846, Currer Bell [pseudonym; Charlotte Brontë], “Pilate’s Wife’s Dream”, in Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published [1848], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bronte Poems}}
c. 1855, Charlotte Brontë, “Emma. (A Fragment of a Story by the Late Charlotte Brontë.)”, in The Cornhill Magazine, volume I, number 4, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published April 1860, →OCLC, chapter I, page 487:
{{RQ:Charlotte Bronte Emma}}
1847 October 16, Currer Bell [pseudonym; Charlotte Brontë], Jane Eyre. An Autobiography. [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder, and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre}}
a. 1856 (date written), Currer Bell [pseudonym; Charlotte Brontë], edited by A[rthur] B[ell] Nicholls, The Professor, a Tale. [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder & Co., [], published 1857, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Charlotte Bronte Professor}}
1849, Currer Bell [pseudonym; Charlotte Brontë], Shirley. A Tale. [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Charlotte Bronte Shirley}}
1853 January, Currer Bell [pseudonym; Charlotte Brontë], Villette. [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Charlotte Bronte Villette}}

Brontë, Emily edit

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1846, Ellis Bell [pseudonym; Emily Brontë], “Anticipation”, in Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], published [1848], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bronte Poems}}
1847 December, Ellis Bell [pseudonym; Emily Brontë], Wuthering Heights: [], volume I, London: Thomas Cautley Newby, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Emily Bronte Wuthering Heights}}

Brooke, Rupert edit

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1915, Rupert Brooke, “[1914.] I. Peace.”, in 1914 and Other Poems, London: Sidgwick & Jackson [], →OCLC, page 11:
{{RQ:Rupert Brooke 1914}}

Browne, Thomas edit

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c. 1670s (date written), Thomas Brown [i.e., Thomas Browne], “Sect[ion] I”, in John Jeffery, editor, Christian Morals, [], Cambridge, Cambridgeshire: [] [A]t the University-Press, for Cornelius Crownfield printer to the University; and are to be sold by Mr. Knapton []; and Mr. [John] Morphew [], published 1716, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browne Christian Morals}}
1658, Thomas Browne, “Hydriotaphia, Urne-buriall. []. Chapter I”, in Hydriotaphia, Urne-buriall, [] Together with The Garden of Cyrus, [], London: [] Hen[ry] Brome [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Browne Hydriotaphia}}
1650, Thomas Browne, chapter 1, in Pseudodoxia Epidemica: [], 2nd edition, London: [] A[braham] Miller, for Edw[ard] Dod and Nath[aniel] Ekins, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browne Pseudodoxia Epidemica}}
1642, Tho[mas] Browne, “The First Part”, in Religio Medici. [], 4th edition, London: [] E. Cotes for Andrew Crook [], published 1656, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browne Religio Medici}}
1756, [Samuel] Johnson, “Dr. Johnson’s Life of Sir Thomas Browne”, in Thomas Browne, edited by Simon Wilkin, Sir Thomas Browne’s Works [], volume I, London: William Pickering; Norwich, Norfolk: Josiah Fletcher, published 1836, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browne Works}}

Browne, William edit

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1613, William Browne, “The First Song”, in Britannia’s Pastorals. The First Booke, London: [] Iohn Haviland, published 1625, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:William Browne Britannia's Pastorals}}

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett edit

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1856, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “First Book”, in Aurora Leigh, London: Chapman and Hall, [], published 1857, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browning Aurora Leigh}}
1851, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Casa Guidi Windows. A Poem, London: Chapman & Hall, [], →OCLC, part I, stanza I, page 1:
{{RQ:Browning Casa Guidi Windows}}
1820, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “The Battle of Marathon. A Poem.”, in Charlotte Porter and Helen A[rchibald] Clarke, editors, The Complete Works of Mrs. E. B. Browning, Arno edition, volume I, London: George D. Sproul, published 1901, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browning Complete Works}}
1844, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “A Drama of Exile”, in Poems. [], volume I, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Browning Poems}}
1860, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “Napoleon III in Italy”, in Poems before Congress, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Browning Poems before Congress}}
1842, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “Some Account of the Greek Christian Poets”, in Essays on the Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets, New York, N.Y.: James Miller, (successor to C. S. Francis & Co.,) [], published 1863, →OCLC, page 11:
{{RQ:Browning Poets}}

Browning, Robert edit

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{{RQ:Robert Browning Agamemnon}}
1875, Robert Browning, Aristophanes’ Apology [], London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Aristophanes' Apology}}
1890, Robert Browning, “Prologue”, in Asolando: Fancies and Facts, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Asolando}}
1871, Robert Browning, Balaustion’s Adventure: Including a Transcript from Euripides, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Balaustion}}
1850, Robert Browning, “Christmas-Eve. Stanza I.”, in Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day. A Poem, London: Chapman & Hall, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Christmas-Eve}}
1879, Robert Browning, “Martin Relph”, in Dramatic Idyls, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Dramatic Idyls}}
1884, Robert Browning, “Prologue”, in Ferishtah’s Fancies, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Ferishtah}}
1872, Robert Browning, Fifine at the Fair, London: Smith, Elder and Co., [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Fifine}}
1877 September 14, Robert Browning, “La Saisiaz”, in La Saisiaz: The Two Poets of Croisic, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], published 1878, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Robert Browning La Saisiaz}}
1855, Robert Browning, Men and Women [], volume I, London: Chapman and Hall, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Men and Women}}
1876, Robert Browning, “Prologue”, in Pacchiarotto and How He Worked in Distemper: With Other Poems, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Pacchiarotto}}
1887, Robert Browning, “Apollo and the Fates: A Prologue”, in Parleyings with Certain People of Importance in Their Day: [], London: Smith, Elder, & Co., [], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Parleyings}}
1835, Robert Browning, “Paracelsus”, in Poems [], new edition, volume I, London: Chapman & Hall, [], published 1849, →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Poems}}
{{RQ:Robert Browning Red Cotton}}
1868, Robert Browning, “I. The Ring and the Book.”, in The Ring and the Book. [], volume I, London: Smith, Elder and Co., →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Ring and Book}}
1840 March, Robert Browning, Sordello, London: Edward Moxon, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robert Browning Sordello}}

Buchan, John edit

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1932 July, John Buchan, “Whitsuntide at Flambard”, in The Gap in the Curtain, London: Hodder and Stoughton, →OCLC, page 11:
{{RQ:Buchan Gap in the Curtain}}
1916, John Buchan, Greenmantle, London; New York, N.Y.: Hodder and Stoughton, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buchan Greenmantle}}
1921 August–September, John Buchan, Huntingtower, London: Hodder and Stoughton, published August 1922, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buchan Huntingtower}}
1936 July, John Buchan, The Island of Sheep, London: Hodder and Stoughton, published July 1938, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buchan Island of Sheep}}
{{RQ:Buchan Lost Lady}}
{{RQ:Buchan Path of the King}}
{{RQ:Buchan Prester John}}
1917, John Buchan, “Midian’s Evil Day”, in Poems: Scots and English, London; Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buchan Poems}}
1915 August–September, John Buchan, The Thirty-Nine Steps, Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, published October 1915, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buchan Thirty-Nine Steps}}
1899 January – 1902 January, John Buchan, “No-Man’s-Land”, in The Watcher by the Threshold, and Other Tales, Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, published 1902, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Buchan Watcher}}
1927 July, John Buchan, Witch Wood, London: Hodder and Stoughton, published August 1927, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buchan Witch Wood}}

Buck, Pearl S. edit

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1931 April 23, Pearl S[ydenstricker] Buck, The Good Earth, 3rd British edition, London: Methuen & Co. [], published 1931, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Buck Good Earth}}

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward edit

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1838, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Alice or The Mysteries [], volume I, London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Alice}}
1837, Edward Lytton Bulwer [i.e., Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Athens: Its Rise and Fall: [], volume I, London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Athens}}
1848 April – 1849 October, E[dward] Bulwer-Lytton, The Caxtons: A Family Picture, volume I, Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, published 1849, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Caxtons}}
1829, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Devereux. A Tale. [], volume I, London: Henry Colburn, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Devereux}}
1837, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Ernest Maltravers [] , volume I, London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Ernest Maltravers}}
1832, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], chapter I, in Eugene Aram. A Tale. [], volume I, London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, [], →OCLC, book I, page 3:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Eugene Aram}}
1833, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Godolphin. [], volume I, London: Richard Bentley, [], (successor to Henry Colburn), →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Godolphin}}
1848, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Harold, the Last of the Saxon Kings; [], 2nd edition, volume I, London: Richard Bentley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Harold}}
1873, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Kenelm Chillingly: His Adventures and Opinions [], 2nd edition, volume I, Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Kenelm Chillingly}}
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Last of the Barons}}
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Leila}}
1846, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Lucretia: Or The Children of Night. [], volume I, London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Lucretia}}
1866, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, “The Secret Way”, in The Lost Tales of Miletus, London: John Murray, [], →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Miletus}}
1853, Pisistratus Caxton [pseudonym; Edward Bulwer-Lytton], “Book I.—Initial Chapter. Showing How My Novel Came to be Written.”, in “My Novel”; Or Varieties in English Life [], volume I, Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, →OCLC, book first, page 3:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton My Novel}}
1873, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, The Parisians[4]:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Parisians}}
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Paul Clifford}}
a. 1874 (date written), Lord Lytton [i.e., Edward Bulwer-Lytton], edited by [Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl of] Lytton, Pausanias the Spartan: An Unfinished Historical Romance [], London; New York, N.Y.: George Routledge and Sons [], published 1876, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Pausanias}}
1828, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Pelham; or, The Adventures of a Gentleman. [], volume I, London: Henry Colburn, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Pelham}}
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Pompeii}}
1839, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Richelieu; or, The Conspiracy: [], London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 1:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Richelieu}}
1835, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], Rienzi, the Last of the Tribunes. [], volume I, London: Saunders and Otley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Rienzi}}
1861 September 28 – 1862 March 8, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], A Strange Story. [], volume I, London: Sampson Low, Son, & Co., [], published 1862, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Strange Story}}
1857, Pisistratus Caxton [pseudonym; Edward Bulwer-Lytton], chapter I, in What will He Do with It? (Collection of British Authors; CCCCVII), Tauchnitz edition, volume I, Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton What will He Do with It}}
1842, [Edward Bulwer-Lytton], chapter I, in Zanoni. [], volume I, London: Saunders & Otley, [], →OCLC, book the first (The Musician), page 1:
{{RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Zanoni}}

Bulwer-Lytton, Robert edit

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1871 September 1, Robert Lord Lytton, “The Thistle”, in Fables in Song, volume I, Edinburgh, London: William Blackwood and Sons, published 1874, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Robert Bulwer-Lytton Fables}}

Bunyan, John edit

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1663 April 27 (Gregorian calendar), John Bunyan, Christian Behaviour; or The Fruits of True Christianity. [], London: [] F. Smith, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bunyan Christian Behaviour}}
1692, John Bunyan, Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: [], 7th edition, London: [] Robert Ponder, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bunyan Grace Abounding}}
1684, John Bunyan, A Holy Life, the Beauty of Christianity: Or, An Exhortation to Christians to be Holy, London: [] B. W. for Benj[amin] Alsop, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bunyan Holy Life}}
{{RQ:Bunyan Holy War}}
1685, John Bunyan, A Discourse upon the Pharisee and the Publican. [], 3rd edition, London: [] John Marshall, [], published 1704, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bunyan Pharisee}}
1678, John Bunyan, The Pilgrim’s Progress from This World, to That which is to Come: [], London: [] Nath[aniel] Ponder [], →OCLC; reprinted in The Pilgrim’s Progress (The Noel Douglas Replicas), London: Noel Douglas, [], 1928, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bunyan Pilgrim's Progress}}
1666, John Bunyan, “Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: []”, in Henry Stebbing, editor, The Entire Works of John Bunyan, [], volume I, London: James S[prent] Virtue, [], published 1863, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Bunyan Works}}

Burgess, Anthony edit

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{{RQ:Burgess Clockwork Orange}}

Burke, Edmund edit

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1774 April 19, Edmund Burke, Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq. on American Taxation, April 19, 1774, 2nd edition, London: [] J[ames] Dodsley, [], published 1775, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burke American Taxation}}
{{RQ:Burke Natural Society}}
1796, Edmund Burke, A Letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a Noble Lord, on the Attacks Made upon Him and His Pension, [], 10th edition, London: [] J. Owen, [], and F[rancis] and C[harles] Rivington, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burke Noble Lord}}
{{RQ:Burke Regicide Peace}}
1795 November (date written), Edmund Burke, Thoughts and Details on Scarcity, [], London: [] [T. Gillet] for F[rancis] and C[harles] Rivington, []; and J[ohn] Hatchard, [], published 1800, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burke Scarcity}}
1769, [Edmund Burke], Observations on a Late State of the Nation, London: [] J[ames] Dodsley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burke State of the Nation}}
{{RQ:Burke Sublime and Beautiful}}
{{RQ:Burke Whigs}}
1756, Edmund Burke, “A Vindication of Natural Society: Or, A View of the Miseries and Evils Arising to Mankind from Every Species of Artificial Society. []”, in [Walker King and French Laurence], editors, The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, new edition, volume I, London: [] [T. Gillet] for F[rancis] and C[harles] Rivington, []; sold also by J[ohn] Hatchard, [], published 1803, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burke Works}}

Burnet, Gilbert edit

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1699, Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum [i.e., Gilbert Burnet], An Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of England. [], 2nd edition, London: [] R[obert] Roberts, for Ri[chard] Chiswell, [], published 1700, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burnet 39 Articles}}
1679, Gilbert Burnet, “Book I. A Summary View of King Henry the Eighth’s Reign, till the Process of His Divorce was Begun, in which the State of England, Chiefly as It Related to Religion, is Opened.”, in The History of the Reformation of the Church of England. The First Part, [], London: [] T[homas] H[odgkin] for Richard Chiswell, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Burnet Church of England}}
1724, [Gilbert] Burnet, “The Preface”, in [Gilbert Burnet Jr.], editor, Bishop Burnet’s History of His Own Time. [], volume I, London: [] Thomas Ward [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burnet History}}
1673, Gilbert Burnet, “The First Conference”, in A Vindication of the Authority, Constitution, and Laws of the Church and State of Scotland. [], Glasgow: Robert Sanders, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Burnet Scotland}}
1686, G[ilbert] Burnet, Reflections on Mr. Varillas’s History of the Revolutions that have Happened in Europe in Matters of Religion. [], Amsterdam: [Pierre Savouret?], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burnet Varillas}}

Burnett, Frances Hodgson edit

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{{RQ:Burnett Little Princess}}
1910 November – 1911 August, Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden, New York, N.Y.: Frederick A[bbott] Stokes Company, published 1911, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burnett Secret Garden}}
{{RQ:Burnett Shuttle}}

Burney, Frances edit

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{{RQ:Burney Camilla}}
{{RQ:Burney Cecilia}}

Burns, Robert edit

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1786, Robert Burns, Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, volume I, Kilmarnock, Scotland: [] John Wilson, →OCLC; reprinted Kilmarnock, Scotland: [] James M‘Kie, 1867, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burns Poems}}

Burroughs, Edgar Rice edit

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Barsoom
1913 January–May, Edgar Rice Burroughs, “The Gods of Mars”, in The All-Story, New York, N.Y.: Frank A. Munsey Co., →OCLC; republished as The Gods of Mars, Chicago, Ill.: A[lexander] C[aldwell] McClurg & Co., 1918 September, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burroughs Gods of Mars}}
1912 February–July, Edgar Rice Burroughs, “Under the Moons of Mars”, in The All-Story, New York, N.Y.: Frank A. Munsey Co., →OCLC; republished as A Princess of Mars, Chicago, Ill.: A[lexander] C[aldwell] McClurg & Co., 1917 October, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burroughs Princess of Mars}}
1913 December – 1914 March, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Warlord of Mars, Chicago, Ill.: A[lexander] C[aldwell] McClurg & Co., published September 1919, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burroughs Warlord of Mars}}
Pellucidar
1914 April 4–25, Edgar Rice Burroughs, At the Earth’s Core, Chicago, Ill.: A[lexander] C[aldwell] McClurg & Co., published 1922, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burroughs Earth's Core}}
Tarzan
{{RQ:Burroughs Beasts of Tarzan}}
{{RQ:Burroughs Return of Tarzan}}
1915 December 4 – 1916 January 8, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Son of Tarzan, Chicago, Ill.: A[lexander] C[aldwell] McClurg & Co., published March 1917, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burroughs Son of Tarzan}}
1912 October, Edgar Rice Burroughs, “Tarzan of the Apes”, in The All-Story, New York, N.Y.: Frank A. Munsey Co., →OCLC; republished as Tarzan of the Apes, New York, N.Y.: A. L. Burt Company, 1914 June, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Burroughs Tarzan of the Apes}}
Other works
1918 September–November, Edgar Rice Burroughs, “The Land That Time Forgot”, in The Blue Book Magazine, Chicago, Ill.: Story-press Corp., →OCLC; republished as chapter I, in Hugo Gernsback, editor, Amazing Stories, part I, number 11, New York, N.Y.: Experimenter Publishing, February 1927, →OCLC, book I:
{{RQ:Burroughs Land That Time Forgot}}

Burroughs, William Seward edit

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1953, William Lee [pseudonym; William S. Burroughs], Junkie, New York: Ace Books:
{{RQ:William Burroughs Junkie}}
1962 [1959], William S. Burroughs, Naked Lunch, New York: Grove Press:
{{RQ:William Burroughs Naked Lunch}}
1966 [1961], William S. Burroughs, The Soft Machine (The Nova Trilogy), New York: Grove Press:
{{RQ:William Burroughs Soft Machine}}
1993, William S. Burroughs, edited by Oliver Harris, The Letters of William S. Burroughs, 1945–1959, New York: Penguin, →ISBN:
{{RQ:William Burroughs Letters}}

Burton, Richard Francis edit

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1880, Camoens [i.e., Luís de Camões], “Canto I”, in Richard Francis Burton, transl., edited by Isabel Burton, Os Lusiadas (The Lusiads): [], volume I, London: Bernard Quaritch, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Camoes Burton Lusiads}}
1884 October, Camoens [i.e., Luís de Camões], translated by Richard F[rancis] Burton, The Lyricks. [], London: Bernard Quaritch, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Camoes Burton Lyricks}}
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Arabian Nights}}
1881, Richard F[rancis] Burton, “Biographical”, in Camoens: His Life and His Lusiads. A Commentary [], volume I, London: Bernard Quaritch, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Camoens}}
1861, Richard F[rancis] Burton, The City of the Saints and across the Rocky Mountains to California, London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton City of the Saints}}
1852, Richard F[rancis] Burton, Falconry in the Valley of the Indus, London: John Van Voorst, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Falconry}}
1864, Richard F[rancis] Burton, A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome. [], volume I, London: Tinsley Brothers, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Gelele}}
1851, Richard F[rancis] Burton, Goa, and the Blue Mountains; or, Six Months of Sick Leave, London: Richard Bentley, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Goa}}
1876, Richard F[rancis] Burton, Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo. [], part I (The Gaboon River and Gorilla Land), London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Gorilla}}
1860, Richard F[rancis] Burton, The Lake Regions of Central Africa: A Picture of Exploration [], volume I, London: Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Lake Regions}}
a. 1891 (date written), Richard F[rancis] Burton, “I. The Jew”, in W[illiam] H[enry] Wilkins, editor, The Jew, the Gypsy and El Islam [], London: Hutchinson & Co [], published 1898, →OCLC, page 3:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Jew}}
1855, Richard F[rancis] Burton, Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El-Medinah and Meccah. [], volume I (El-Misr), London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, →OCLC:
{{RQ:R. F. Burton Pilgrimage}}

Burton, Robert edit

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1621, Democritus Junior [pseudonym; Robert Burton], The Anatomy of Melancholy, [], Oxford, Oxfordshire: Printed by John Lichfield and Iames Short, for Henry Cripps, →OCLC, partition 1:
{{RQ:Burton Melancholy}}

Butler, Samuel (1613–1680) edit

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a. 1681, Samuel Butler, edited by R[obert] Thyer, The Genuine Remains in Verse and Prose of Mr. Samuel Butler, [], volume I, London: [] J[acob] and R[ichard] Tonson, [], published 1759, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Butler Genuine Remains}}
1662, [Samuel Butler], “[The First Part of Hudibras]”, in Hudibras. The First and Second Parts. [], London: [] John Martyn and Henry Herringman, [], published 1678; republished in A[lfred] R[ayney] Waller, editor, Hudibras: Written in the Time of the Late Wars, Cambridge: University Press, 1905, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Butler Hudibras}}

Butler, Samuel (1835–1902) edit

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{{RQ:Homer Butler Odyssey}}
1872, Samuel Butler, Erewhon [] [6], London: Trübner & Co., →OCLC:
{{RQ:S. Butler Erewhon}}
1912, Samuel Butler, edited by Henry Festing Jones, The Note-Books of Samuel Butler[7], London: A. C. Fifield:
{{RQ:S. Butler Notebooks}}
1873–1884 (date written), Samuel Butler, edited by R[ichard] A[lexander] Streatfeild, The Way of All Flesh, London: Grant Richards, published 1903, →OCLC:
{{RQ:S. Butler Way of All Flesh}}

Byron, Lord edit

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1817 (date written), [Lord Byron], Beppo, a Venetian Story, London: John Murray, [], published 1818, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Byron Beppo}}
1813 December 2 (date written), Lord Byron, “Canto I. Stanza I.”, in The Bride of Abydos. A Turkish Tale, London: [] Thomas Davison, [], for John Murray, [], →OCLC, page 1:
{{RQ:Byron Bride of Abydos}}
1812, Lord Byron, “Canto I”, in Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage. A Romaunt, London: Printed for John Murray, []; William Blackwood, Edinburgh; and John Cumming, Dublin; by Thomas Davison, [], →OCLC, stanza I:
{{RQ:Byron Childe Harold}}
1806, Lord Byron, “On Leaving Newstead Abbey”, in The Complete Poetical Works of Lord Byron [], New York, N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, published November 1907, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Byron Complete Poetical Works}}
1814, Lord Byron, “Canto I”, in The Corsair, a Tale, London: [] Thomas Davison, [], for John Murray, [], →OCLC, stanza I, page 1:
{{RQ:Byron Corsair}}
1819 July 15, [Lord Byron], Don Juan, London: [] Thomas Davison, [], →OCLC, canto I, stanza I:
{{RQ:Byron Don Juan}}
{{RQ:Byron Giaour}}
1823, Lord Byron, “Canto I”, in The Island, or Christian and His Comrades, London: [] John Hunt, [], →OCLC, stanza I, page 7:
{{RQ:Byron Island}}
1814, [Lord Byron], “[Lara, a Tale.] Canto I.”, in Lara, a Tale. Jacqueline, a Tale, London: [] [F]or J[ohn] Murray, [], [b]y T[homas] Davison, [], →OCLC, stanza I, page 1:
{{RQ:Byron Lara}}
1830, Lord Byron, edited by Thomas Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, [], volume I, London: John Murray, [], →OCLC:
{{RQ:Byron Letters and Journals}}
{{RQ:Byron Marino Faliero}}
1821, Lord Byron, “Sardanapalus”, in Sardanapalus, a Tragedy; The Two Foscari, a Tragedy; Cain, a Mystery, London: John Murray, [], →OCLC, Act I, scene i, page 5:
{{RQ:Byron Sardanapalus}}
1816 February 13, [Lord Byron], “The Siege of Corinth”, in The Siege of Corinth. A Poem. Parisina. A Poem, London: [] [T[homas] Davison] for John Murray, [], →OCLC, page 7:
{{RQ:Byron Siege of Corinth}}
1822 October 15, Quevedo Redivivus [pseudonym; Lord Byron], “The Vision of Judgment”, in The Liberal. Verse and Prose from the South, 2nd edition, volume I, number I, London: [] John Hunt, [], published 1823, →OCLC:
{{RQ:Byron Vision of Judgment}}

Byron, Robert edit

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{{RQ:Robert Byron Road to Oxiana}}
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