One of Haywood's most influential publications was The Female Spectator (1744–1746), the first periodical for women that was written by a woman. In this work she adopted the identities of four "contributors". The essays cover a wide variety of women's issues, ranging from beauty secrets and satires of social manners to serious advice concerning the loss of a husband or child.
05896. Eliza Fowler Haywood (1693–1756). The Female Spectator. Volume 1. Dublin: Printed for George and Alexander Ewing, 1746.
Haywood, Eliza Fowler, 1693?–1756. , “05896,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed March 22, 2023, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1588.