William Congreve

William Congreve (24 January 1670 – 19 January 1729) was an English playwright, poet and Whig politician. His works, which form an important component of Restoration literature, were known for their use of satire and the comedy of manners genre. Notable plays he wrote include ''The Old Bachelor'' (1693), ''The Double Dealer'' (1694), ''Love for Love'' (1695), ''The Mourning Bride'' (1697) and ''The Way of the World'' (1700). He died in London, and was buried at the Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Congreve, William
Published 1735
printed for Jacob Tonson in the Strand

183
by Congreve, William
Published 1756
printed for J. and R. Tonson, in the Strand

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by Congreve, William
Published 1735
printed for J. Tonson in the Strand

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by Congreve, William
Published 1753
printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper

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by Congreve, William
Published 1757
printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-Street

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by Congreve, William
Published 1774
printed and sold by J. Robertson

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by Congreve, William
Published 1774
printed and sold by John Robertson

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by Congreve, William
Published 1787
printed for W. Lowndes; J. Nicholls; W. Nicoll; S. Bladon; and J. Barker

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by Gethin, Grace
Published 1703
Printed for John Graves at the Bible in Salisbury-street in the Strand
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