De morbo pustulato, sive lenticulari, quem nostrates Tabardillo apellant = Sobre la enfermedad pustulada o lenticular, que los nuestros llaman Tabardillo / Alonso López de Corella ; introducción, traducción y notas José Ramón Gurpegui Resano.
- López de Corella, Alonso, approximately 1510-approximately 1584.
Love a la mode: or, the amours of Florella and Phillis. Being the memoirs of two celebrated ladies under those names: in which the whole circle of modern gallantry is display'd. Containing particularly, The Life of Florella from the time the Atalantis leaves her. Her Marriage to Lord Gratian. Her Intrigues after his Death. Her keeping an Irish Secretary who could not write. Her Marriage and extraordinary Proposal to-whom she sell in love with at the Masqu. Her Amour with the D. of W---- An original Song by the Duke. Her Husband's treatment of her. A Song on that occasion by Mr. K-n. The Family of Phillis. Her being stole by Mr. D---th of the Temple. Her Flight. Her Amour with Mr. D---ch who kill'd himself. - with G-l W-h. - Col. J-n. Her manner of meeting with L- L-rn. -Remarkable Trial for a Settlement. Her Marriage, Misfortunes, and Death.