Author:Edward Ward

Edward Ward
(1667–1731)
English satirical writer and poet. Also known as Ned Ward.
Edward Ward

WorksEdit

  • The Poet's Ramble After Riches (1691)
  • Female Policy Detected, or, The Arts of a Designing Woman Laid Open (1695)
  • Ecclesia et factio (1698)
  • The London Spy (1698)
  • Sot's Paradise (1698)
  • A Trip to Jamaica (1698)
  • A Trip to Islington (1699)
  • A Trip to New-England (1699)
  • A Trip to Sadler's Wells (1699)
  • The World Bewitched (1699)
  • The Weekly Comedy, as it is Dayly Acted at most Coffee-Houses in London (1699)
  • A Trip to Bath (1700)
  • A Trip to Stourbridge (1700)
  • A Journey to Hell (1700–1705)
  • The Dissenting Hypocrite (1704)
  • Honesty in Distress but Relieved by No Party (1705)
  • Hubibras Redivivus (1705–1707)
  • The Wooden World Dissected (1706)
  • The Diverting Muse (1707)
  • The Humours of a Coffee-House (1707)
  • The London Terraefilius (1707)
  • Mars Stript of his Armour (1708)
  • The Secret History of Clubs (1709)
  • Nuptial Dialogues and Debates (1710)
  • Vulgus Britannicus, or, The British Hudibras (1710)
  • Don Quixote (1711–1712)
  • The Merry Travellers (1712)
  • History of the Grand Rebellion (1713–1715)
  • The Hudibrastick Brewer (1714)
  • British Wonders, or, a poetical description of the several prodigies and most remarkable accidents that have happen'd in Britain since the death of Queen Anne (1717)[1]
  • The Delights of the Bottle (1720)
  • The Parish Guttlers (1722)

Works about WardEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

 
  1. British Wonders (London, 1717)