The whole duty of woman: Or, A complete system of female morality. Under the following heads: introduction reflection knowledge acquaintance employment complacence insinuation affectation curiosity censure applause vanity modesty friendship elegance frugality reputation virginity chastity marriage education authority widowhood religion.
- Kenrick, W. 1725?-1779.
The cases of impotency and virginity fully discuss'd : being, the genuine proceedings, in the Arches-Court of Canterbury, between the Honourable Catherine Elizabeth Weld, alias Aston, and her husband Edward Weld, Esq; of Lulworth-Castle in Dorsetshire / Published by John Crawfurd, L.L.D.
- Crawfurd, John.
A banquet for gentlemen and ladies: consisting of nine tragi-comical novels, viz. The treacherous friend, The jealous husbands, The friendly cheat, jealousy without Cause, The Cuckoldturn'd [sic] Confessor, The Prodigal Reclaim'd and Virginity Restor'd, The Unfortunate Lovers, The Cruel Mother, The Bacchanalians. Intermix'd with several pleasant and delightful tales and stories.
The lady's present to the fair sex: shewing, the whole duty of woman. Digested under the following heads: curiosity reflection vanity knowledge Reputation Applause Censure Insinuation Affectation Modesty Chastity Complacence Acquaintance Friendship Elegance Fruganty Employment Virginity Marriage Education Authority Widowhood Religion Written by a lady, at the desire of a noble lord.
A banquet for gentlemen and ladies, consisting of nine comick and tragick novels viz. The treacherous friend. The jealous husbands. The friendly cheat. Jealousy without a Cause. The Cuckold turn'd Confess The Prodigal Reclaim'd, and Virginity Restor'd. The Unfortunate Lovers. The Cruel Mother; and The Bacchanalians. Intermix'd with several pleasant and delightful tales and stories.
- MDCCIII. 
The Oxfordshire tragedy; shewing, how fair Rosanna, of the city of Oxford, was by a young gentleman betrayed of her virginity; his cruelty in murdering her; how a rose-bush sprung from her grave, which blossomed all the year through; and how the murder came to be found out by his cropping the rose, &c.
Bibliotheca recondita: or, A collection of curious private pieces; some of which great endeavours have been used to conceal from public view. Regularly methodized in all faculties, arts and sciences. By John Chambers, Esq; of the city of Hereford. In two volumes.
- Chambers, John, active 18th century
- MDCCXXXIX.