Delarivier Manley

Present in all that's said about her: Manley's half fictional autobiography Delarivier "Delia" Manley (1663 or c. 1670 – 24 July 1724) was an English author, playwright, and political pamphleteer. Manley is sometimes referred to, with Aphra Behn and Eliza Haywood, as one of "the fair triumvirate of wit", which is a later attribution.

Some outdated sources list her first name as Mary, but recent scholarship has demonstrated that to be an error: Mary was the name of one of her sisters, and she always referred to herself as Delarivier or Delia. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-Yard, in Thread-Needle-Street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-Yard, in Thread-Needle-Street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1711
Printed for John Morphew, near Stationer's Hall

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1720
printed for John Barber on Lambeth-Hill, and John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1712

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-Yard, in Thread-Needle-Street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1715
Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1710
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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-Yard, in Thread-Needle-Street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
Printed for John Morphew near Stationer's Hall, and J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-yard, in Thread-needle-street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
printed for John Morphew, and J. Woodward

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1709
Printed for John Morphew near Stationer's-Hall, and J. Woodward in St. Christopher's Church-yard, in Thread-needle-street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1717
Printed for E. Crull, at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet street

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by Manley, Delariviere
Published 1717
printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane