Corderius

Corderius is the Latinized form of name used by ''Corderius'' (born circa 1479, died 8 September 1564), a theologian, teacher, humanist, and pedagogian from Lausanne, Switzerland, of French origin. He taught in the Academy and the School of Lausanne, where he was a director. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1775
Printed for J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, E. Johnston, W. Strahan, S. Crowder, T. Longman, Hawes, Clarke and Collins, B. Law, G. Robinson, J. Fuller, and W. Woodfall

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1724
Printed for Benjamin Eliot at the lower end of the town-house, and Daniel Henchman over-against the Brick Meeting-House in Cornhill

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1789
By Isaiah Thomas and Company. Sold at their bookstore, no. 45, Newbury Street, and at said Thomas's bookstore in Worcester

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1762
printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawes, H. Woodfall, J. Rivington, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, S. Crowder and Co. and T. Longman

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1769
Printed for B. Gorman, at the Bible in Bridge-Street, bookseller

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1797
In Ædibus academicis, excudebat Jacobus Mundell, academiæ typographus, pro J. Mundell & Soc. Edinburgi

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1725
Typis Johannis Humphreys; impensis Societatis Stationariorum

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1765
printed for William Smith and son, Alexander Ewing, and Hulton Bradley, booksellers in Dame-street

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1769
London, printed; and Corke, re-printed, by Eugene Swiney, near the Exchange

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by Cordier, Mathurin
Published 1763
Excudebant A. Donaldson et J. Reid. Veneunt autem apud A. Donaldson