John Manwood

John Manwood (died 1610) was a barrister of Lincoln's Inn, gamekeeper of Waltham Forest, and Justice in Eyre of the New Forest under Elizabeth I of England. He was a close relative, probably a nephew, of Sir Roger Manwood, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer in the reign of Elizabeth. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Manwood, John
Published 1615
Printed for the Societie of Stationers

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by Manwood, John
Published 1741
Printed by H. Lintot

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by Manwood, John
Published 1741
In the Savoy: printed by Henry Lintot, (assignee of Edw. Sawyer, esq; for Dan. Browne, at the Black-Swan, without Temple-Bar

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by Manwood, John
Published 1705
printed by F. C., for N. C

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by Manwood, John
Published 1717
In the Savoy: printed by E. Nutt, (executrix of J. Nutt, assignee of Edward Sayer Esq;) for B. Lintott at the Cross-Keys, R. Gosling at the Mitre and Crown, J. Pemberton at the Buck and Sun, all in Fleet-street; and T. Ward in the Inner-Temple-Lane

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by Manwood, John
Published 1717
Printed by C. Nutt ... for B. Lintott ..., R. Gossing ..., J. Pemberton ..., and E. Ward