Charles Jennens

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Charles Jennens (1700 – 20 November 1773) was an English landowner and patron of the arts. As a friend of Handel, he helped author the libretti of several of his oratorios, most notably ''Messiah''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1791
Printed by Wilson, Spence and Mawman

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1770
Sold at the theatre only

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1773
Printed by S. Powell, in Dame-street, opposite to Fownes's-street

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1742
Printed by George Faulkner in Essex-street

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1750
Sold at the Theatre

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1775
Printed by Fletcher and Hodson, and sold by all the booksellers

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1788
Printed by J. Holl, High-Street

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1755

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1792

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1772
printed by W. Bowyer and J. Nichols; and sold by W. Owen, between the Temple-Gates, Fleet-Street

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1757
printed for J. Watts: and sold by B. Dod at the Bible and Key in Ave-Mary-Lane near Stationers-Hall

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1760
printed by R. Bond

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1759

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1745
printed by James Hoey

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1770
printed by C. Pugh

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by Jennens, Charles
Published 1787
printed by R. Raikes