Michel Maittaire

Michel Maittaire, mezzotint by [[John Faber the Younger Michel Maittaire (also Michael) (1668 – 7 September 1747) was a French-born classical scholar and bibliographer in England, and a tutor to Lord Philip Stanhope. He edited an edition of Quintus Curtius Rufus, later owned by Thomas Jefferson. His works included a grammar of English (1712). Provided by Wikipedia

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1733
typis Gulielmi Bowyer

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1732
typis Gulielmi Bowyer

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1741
Apud Gul. Darres & Cl. du Bose

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1742
[finem imposuit Gulielmus Bowyer] anno salutis humanæ]

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1712
printed by W.B. for H. Clements at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1709
typis Benj. Motte, impensis Christoph. Bateman

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1717
apud Christophorum Bateman, ipsius Impensis: typis Gulielmi Bowyer

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1736
typis Gul. Bowyer

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1706
typis Edm. Powell, impensis Eliz. Bennet ad insigne Lunae falcatae in Coemeterio D. Pauli

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1711
printed for H. Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1712
impensis Hen. Clements, ad insigne Lunae Falcatae, Coemeterio D. Pauli

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1737
s.n

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1711
printed for H. Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Maittaire, Michael
Published 1718
printed for Jonah Bowyer, at the Rose in Ludgate-Street