John Entick

John Entick, 1763 engraving by [[Guillaume Philippe Benoist John Entick (c.1703 – May 1773) was an English schoolmaster and author. He was largely a hack writer, working for Edward Dilly, and he padded his credentials with a bogus M.A. and a portrait in clerical dress; some of his works had a more lasting value. In the leading case ''Entick v Carrington'' of 1765 he won a legal victory as plaintiff that defined the limits of executive power in the view of the English judiciary.

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by Entick, John
Published 1728
printed by R. Tookey, in St. Christopher's Church-yard, near the Royal Exchange, for the author; and sold by George Strahan, near the Royal Exchange in Cornhill; J. Batley, at the Dove in Pater-noster-row; R. Williamson, near Grays-Inn-Gate in Holbourn; and J. Pote, at Sir Isaac Newton's Head, at Suffolk-street End near Chearing Cross

by Entick, John
Published 1774
printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry; and sold by W. Creech, and C. Elliot, at Edinburgh

by Entick, John
Published 1765
printed by Auld, and Smellie, and sold at their printing house, Morocco's Close. Lawn-Market

by Entick, John
Published 1792
printed by John & Peter Wilson . Tor J. & J. Fairbairn, Edinburgh; W. Anderson, Stirling; J Duncan & Son, J. & M. Robertson, J & W. Shaw, And A. Macaulay, Glasgow

by Entick, John
Published 1763
printed for Alexander Donaldson, and sold at his shops in London and Edinburgh

by Entick, John
Published 1771
printed for Peter Tait, James Brown, & John Tait, Booksellers

by Entick, John
Published 1766
printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry, near the Mansion House

by Entick, John
Published 1765
printed by Joseph Galbraith, and to be sold at his printing-house in Paul's closs above the cross

by Entick, John
Published 1798
printed for C. Dilly; B. Law; G. G. and J. Robinson; J. Sewell; W. J. and J. Richardson; F and C. Rivington; R. Baldwin; W. Otridge and Son; J. Scatcherd; T.N. Longman; J. Walker; and Lee and Hurst

by Entick, John
Published 1772
[printed for Edward and Charles Dilly; and sold by Messrs. Cox and Berry, in Boston [Mass.]

by Entick, John
Published 1773
printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry; and sold by Messrs. Kincaid and Creech, at Edinburgh