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The Travels of Hildebrand Bowman, Esquire, into Carnovirria, Taupiniera, Olfactaria, and Auditante, in New-Zealand; in the Island of Bonhommica, and in the Powerful Kingdom of Luxo-Volupto, on the Great Southern Continent
Fanny Burney (anonymously) – Evelina, or The History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World
Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire (anonymously) – The Sylph. Sometimes ascribed to Sophia Briscoe
Pierre-Louis Ginguené – Satire des Satires
Ignacy Krasicki – , part 1 Pan Podstoli 
Clara Reeve – The Old English Baron Lady Mary Walker – Munster Village
Lessons for Children of Two to Three  Lessons for Children of Three (two parts, a fourth book, for four-year-olds, in 1779)
February 20 – Margaret Bayard Smith, American writer (died 1844) 
February 22 – Gottfried Wilhelm Becker, German physician, writer and translator (died 1854) 
March 24 – Robert Fleming Gourlay, Scottish-born Canadian agriculturist and writer (died 1863) 
April 10 – William Hazlitt, English essayist and literary critic (died 1830) 
April 19 – Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle, English diarist (died 1857) May –
John Peter Pruden, pioneer of western Canada, fur trader, and writer (died 1868) 
June 1 – Margaret Holford the younger, English poet and novelist (died 1852)
July 15 – Henry Joseph Monck Mason, Irish writer and musician (died 1858) 
August 22 – James Kirke Paulding, American novelist and politician (died 1860) 
August 23 – William Burt, English solicitor and writer (died 1826) 
September 2 – Michał Józef Römer, Polish politician and writer (died 1853)
September 9 – Clemens Brentano, German novelist and poet (died 1842) 
October 22 – Javier de Burgos, Spanish writer, politician and jurist (died 1849) 
November 1 – Mary Brunton, Scottish novelist (died 1818) 
November 28 – Christoph Ernst von Houwald, German dramatist (died 1845) 
November 29 – Hryhorii Kvitka-Osnovianenko, Ukrainian writer, journalist, and playwright (died 1843) 
December 8 – George Crabb, British writer (died 1851) 
December 15 – John Penrose, Church of England clergyman and theologian (died 1859)
December 16 – Ludwig Robert, German dramatist (died 1832)
December 18 – Joseph Grimaldi, English autobiographer and clown (died 1837)  unknown date – Mary Robinson (Maid of Buttermere), English literary muse (died 1837) References Edit
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Dalrymple, William (2004). White Mughals: love and betrayal in eighteenth-century India. Penguin Books. ISBN . 978-0-14-200412-8 .
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Tamara S. Wagner (28 May 2020). . Oxford University Press. p. 113. The Victorian Baby in Print: Infancy, Infant Care, and Nineteenth-Century Popular Culture ISBN . 978-0-19-885801-0
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Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (March 2004). . The Minerva Group, Inc. p. 5. Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama: Volume IV ISBN . 978-1-4102-1336-5
William Stewart (2007). . McFarland. p. 296. British and Irish Poets: A Biographical Dictionary, 449-2006 ISBN . 978-0-7864-2891-5
Francesco Flamini (1907). . National Alumni. p. 306. A History of Italian Literature (1265-1907)
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Alexander IRELAND (1868). p. 46. List of the writings of William Hazlitt and Leigh Hunt, chronologically arranged, with notes ...
Gail Morin (2001). . Quintin Publications. p. 479. Métis Families: Mainville to Pruden ISBN . 978-1-58211-412-5
John Ward Dean; George Folsom; John Gilmary Shea (1860). . Henry B. Dawson. p. 156. The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities, History and Biography of America
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Scholastic Library Publishing (2006). . Scholastic Library Pub. p. 549. Encyclopedia Americana ISBN . 978-0-7172-0139-6
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Redfield. 1852. p. 72. The Men of the Time: Or, Sketches of Living Notables ...
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Ivan Katchanovski; Zenon E. Kohut; Bohdan Y. Nebesio; Myroslav Yurkevich (11 July 2013). . Scarecrow Press. p. 298. Historical Dictionary of Ukraine ISBN . 978-0-8108-7847-1
Tony Copsey (2000). . Book Company. p. 131. Suffolk Writers from the Beginning Until 1800: A Catalogue of Suffolk Authors with Some Account of Their Lives and a List of Their Writings ISBN . 978-0-9522970-1-7
Albert Edward Wilson (1946). . S. Paul & Company Limited. p. 21. Pantomime Pageant: A Procession of Harlequins, Clowns, Comedians, Principal Boys, Pantomime-writers, Producers and Playgoers
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Charles Henry Dobinson (1969). . Methuen. p. 3. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: His Thought and Its Relevance Today ISBN . 978-0-416-15210-4
John Parker (1967). . Pitman. p. 1698. Who's who in the Theatre
Robert J. Morgan (October 2010). . Revell. p. 324. Near to the Heart of God: Meditations on 366 Best-Loved Hymns ISBN . 978-0-8007-3395-7
Edward Hasted (1782). author. p. 580. The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent...