Aphra Behn (1640-1689) (as noted in the text) was one of the first female English authors to write professionally. She was a playwright, novelist, and poet of the Restoration period whose most popular works include: The Rover; Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister; and Oroonoko.
The two works referred to a little later in the text, 'A Thousand Martyrs I have made' and 'Love in Fantastic Triumph sat', are poems. The second one referred to is not actually a title, but the first line of a poem entitled 'Love Armed'.
Extract from 'Love Armed':
Love in fantastic triumph sat,
Whilst bleeding hearts around him flowed,
For whom fresh pains he did create,
And strange tyrannic power he showed ...