Christopher Love

Portrait of Mr. Christor. Love, minister Christopher Love (1618, Cardiff, Wales – 22 August 1651, London) was a Welsh Presbyterian preacher and activist during the English Civil War. In 1651, he was executed by the English government for plotting with the exiled Stuart court. The Puritan faction in England considered Love to be a martyr and hero. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1798
Printed for John Nicholson, Bradforth; and sold by him and T. Knott, London

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1759
Printed and sold by Fowle and Draper, at their printing-office in Marlborough-Street

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1793
Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly
Subjects: '; ...Love, Christopher / 1618-1651...

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1789
printed by J. and M. Robertson

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1783
printed and sold by Patrick Mair, also sold by James Buchanan, Bookseller

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1792
printed by Robert Napper, for B. Dugdale, No. 150, Capel-Street

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1786
printed by Alex. Robertson, foot of the Old Assembly Close

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1795
Printed by J. Fletcher, for J. Poole; and sold by G. Sael, No. 20, English Library, Strand, London

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1763
Sold by Walter Peter, at his Shop within the Exchange
Subjects: '; ...Love, Christopher / 1618-1651 / Correspondence / Early works to 1800...

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1786
printed and sold by J. & M. Robertson

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1794
printed in the Saltmarket

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1760
printed for S. Coulston, at the Bible and Crown, on Windmill-Hill, Moorfields

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by Love, Christopher
Published 1760
printed for S. Coulston, at the Bible and Crown, on Windmill-Hill, Moorfields