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us: Robinson, Humphrey, -1670


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    • us: Robinson, H. (Humphrey), -1670
    • us: Robinson, Hum. (Humphrey), -1670
    • us: Robinson, Humfrey, -1670
    • us: Robinson, Humph. (Humphrey), -1670
    • us: Robinson, Humphrey, d. 1670
    • us: Robinson, Humphry, -1670
  • Variants

    • us: Robinson, H. (Humphrey), -1670
    • us: Robinson, Hum. (Humphrey), -1670
    • us: Robinson, Humfrey, -1670
    • us: Robinson, Humph. (Humphrey), -1670
    • us: Robinson, Humphrey, d. 1670
    • us: Robinson, Humphry, -1670
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        1670
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      Robinson, Humphrey, d. 1670Robinson, Humphrey,d. 1670
  • Sources

    • found: H. S. Reasons shewing that there is no need of such a reformation of the publique, 1660: imprint on t.p. (Humphrey Robinson at the Three Pigeons in St. Pauls Church-yard)
    • found: Edmundson, H. Comes facundus in via, 1658: imprint on t.p. (Hum. Robinson at the Three Pigeons in S. Pauls Churchyard)
    • found: Robertson, W. The second gate, or the inner door to the holy tongue, 1655: imprint on t.p. (Humph. Robinson, at the Three Pigeons in St. Pauls Church-yard)
    • found: Ellis, C. To the King's most Excellent Majesty, on his happie and miraculous return to the government of his three (now) flourishing kingdoms, 1660: imprint on t.p. (Humphry Robinson, at the Three Pigeons in St. Paul's Church-yard)
    • found: Edmundson, H. Lingua linguarum, 1655: imprint on t.p. (Humfrey Robinson)
    • found: Hieron, S. The doctrine of the beginning of Christ, 1658: imprint on t.p. (H. Robinson at the Three Pigeons in Pauls Church yard)
    • found: Plomer, H. R. Dict. of printers and booksellers, 1641-1667, 1907 (Robinson, Humphrey, bookseller in London; Three Pigeons, St. Paul's Churchyard, 1624-70; took up his freedom June 30, 1623; d. 1670)
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    • 1996-08-09: new
    • 2013-03-14: revised
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