By P N Furbank
Daniel Defoe used to be some of 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 Nineties. Furbank and Owens offer a severe bibliography of Defoe's works, together with evidences for ascription.
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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. 13 A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DANIEL DEFOE The tract takes off from King William's speech to Parliament on 3December 1697, in which he said that, peace having been achieved, he hoped to have leisure 'effectually to discourage Prophaneness and Immorality'. Defoe assumes the role of a humble member of the ,Plebeii', to whom the gentry and clergy are 'Lights erected on high places to guide and govern us' (p.
Londres: chez Phileutere, al' enseigne de la verite, 1701). The imprint is false; it was perhaps printed in The Netherlands. , 1701). Answered in Remarks upon a Late Pamphlet intitul'd, The Two Great Questions Consider'd (1700). 16 The Two Great Questions Further Considered. With Some Reply to the Remarks. Non Licet Hominem Muliebriter rixare. By the Author. London: Printed in the Year MDCC. 29. 4°: 13 leaves, pp. i-iv 1-2021 (errata) 22 blk. Date: Advertised as 'this day' in the Post-Man, 30 November-3 December 1700.
25). This, together with the fact that the present tract is very close in its preoccupations to Defoe's known pamphlets of the month of January 1701, for instance concerning the present danger of the Protestant religion (p. 25; cf. The Dange7' of the Protestant Religion Consider'd, 19) and the shady political manoeuvring behind the setting up of a second East India Company (p. 23; cf. The Free-Holders Plea, 20), makes it a probable' attribution. I 24 BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND BROADSHEETS 23 The Villainy of Stock-Jobbers Detected, and the Causes of the Late Run upon the Bank and Bankers Discovered and Considered.