Lancelot Blackburne

Archbishop Blackburne (attr. [[Joseph Highmore]]) Lancelot Blackburne (sometimes Blackburn, Blackborne or Blackbourn[e]; 10 December 165823 March 1743) was an English clergyman, who became Archbishop of York, and – in popular belief – a pirate.

He was described by Horace Walpole, in his ''Memories'', as "…Blackbourn, the jolly old Archbishop of York, who had all the manners of a man of quality, though he had been a buccaneer, and was a clergyman; but he retained nothing of his first profession, except his seraglio." Provided by Wikipedia

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1709
printed by J. Dutten, for the benefit of the poor

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1716
printed, and sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1709
printed for Henry Clements, at the Half Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1716
printed, and sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1705
printed for Tho. Bennet, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1706
printed and sold by Hen. Hills, in Black-Fryars, near the Water-Side. For the benefit of the poor

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by Blackburne, Lancelot
Published 1709
printed for Henry Clements, at the Half Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard