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Jones, William, -1643


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    • us: I., W. (William Iones), -1643
    • us: Iones, Gulielmus, -1643
    • us: Iones, William, -1643
    • us: J., W. (William Jones), -1643
    • us: Jones, Gulielmus, -1643
    • us: Jones, W. (William), -1643
    • us: W. I. (William Iones), -1643
    • us: W. J. (William Jones), -1643
  • Additional Information

    • Death Date

        1643
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Jones, William, d. 1643
    • Jones, William, fl. 1601-1626
  • Sources

    • found: February 28. Numb. 20. The nevves of forraine partes, lately receiued, and translated out of the High and Low Dutch printed copies, 1623.
    • found: Dahl, F. Bibliography of English corantos and newsbooks 1620-1642 (John Dawson, Edward Allde, W. Jones and another)
    • found: Prynne, W. Histrio-mastix, 1633: imprint on t.p. (W. I.)
    • found: Plomer, H. A dict. of the printers and booksellers, 1668-1725, 1726-1775, 1977 (Jones, William, printer in London 1601-26)
    • found: STC (2nd ed.): v. 3 (Jones, William 3; bookseller and printer in London, 1601-1643; d. 1643; father of William Jones 4, d. 1627; operated secret puritan press, 1604-1608, location unknown; took over material of Ralph Blower, 1616; took Thomas Paine as partner in 1635; succeeded business to him 1637; 1. in Red Cross Street in Ship Alley, 1601-1604; 2. Shop a the end of White Cross Street by/near the church [of St. Giles, Cripplegate], 1613; 3. in Red Cross Street, 1617-1639; 4. Near St. Giles Church without Cripplegate, 1618)
    • found: Scultetus, A. A secvlar sermon concerning the doctrine of the Gospell by the goodness and power of God ... 1618: imprint on t.p. (Printed by William Iones, dwelling in Red-crosse streete neare S. Giles church)
    • found: Christianographie, or, The description of the multitude and sundry sorts of Christians in the world not subject to the pope, 1636: t.p. (Printed by W.J.)
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    • 1997-09-11: new
    • 2013-03-14: revised
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