John Bancks

John Bancks (1709 – 19 April 1751), also known as John Banks, was an English writer.

Bancks was born in Sonning, Berkshire, and became apprenticed to a weaver in Reading. He suffered an accident, and left the apprenticeship before completion, becoming a bookseller in Spitalfields. He wrote poetry and biography, including works on the lives of Jesus, Oliver Cromwell and William III. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bancks, John
Published 1730
printed: and sold by the Author at John Knotts at the Queen's-Arms in Dorset-Street Spittle-Fields; S. Hester at White-Fryars-Gate; and by the book-sellers and pamphlet-sellers of London and Westminster

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by Bancks, John
Published 1738
printed for J. Torbuck, in Clare-Court, Drury-Lane, and sold by the booksellers and pamphlet-shops, in London and Westminster

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by Bancks, John
Published 1738
[printed by T. Aris, in Red-Lyon-Court, Fleet-Street, for the author; and sold by C. Corbett, at Addison's-Head, over-against St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleet-Street; J. Brindley, in New-Bond-Street; Mess. Gilliver and Clarke, in Westminster-Hall; J. James, under the Royal Exchange; Mess. Ward and Chandler, without Temple-Bar; and at their Shops in Coney-Street, York, and at Scarborough Spaw, [and their shops at York and Scarborough]

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by Bancks, John
Published 1741
printed for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass over-against St. Magnus Church, London-Bridge

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by Bancks, John
Published 1742
printed for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass over-against St. Magnus Church, London-Bridge

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by Bancks, John
Published 1739
printed by S. Powell, for J. Smith at the Philosophers-Heads on the Blind-Key, and A. Bradley at the Two Bibles in Dame's-Street

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by Bancks, John
Published 1739
Printed for J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge; and J. James, at Horace's Head under the Royal Exchange