Richard Manningham

Sir Richard Manningham M.D. (1690–1759) was an English physician and man-midwife, now remembered for his involvement in the Mary Toft hoax. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1760
printed for G. Kearsly, at the Golden-Lion in Ludgate-Street

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1758
printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden-Lion, Ludgate-Street

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1726
Printed for Fletcher Gyles over-against Grays-Inn in Holborn, and sold by J. Roberts at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1726
printed for Fletcher Gyles over-against Grays-Inn in Holborn, and sold by J. Roberts at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1754
impensis T. Gardner, apud Insigne Capitis Couleii 1754. Prostant Lovanii apud Joann. Franciscum Van Overbeke, Sub signo Lampadis Aureae

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1739
impensis Edvardi Littleton, apud Insigne Mitrae ... in vico vocato Fleetstreet

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1744
printed by T. Gardner, at Cowley's Head opposite St. Clement's Church in the Strand

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1750
printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden-Lion in Ludgate-Street

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1755
printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden-Lion in Ludgate-Street

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by Manningham, Richard
Published 1740
impensis T. Gardner, apud Insigne Capitis Coulcii prope Temple-Bar