John Milner

John David Milner (December 28, 1949 – January 4, 2000) was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a first baseman and left fielder from to for the New York Mets, Pittsburgh Pirates and the Montreal Expos. Milner was a member of the National League pennant-winning New York Mets team, as well as a member of the world champion Pittsburgh Pirates team. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he grew up a huge Hank Aaron fan, even appropriating his idol's nickname, "The Hammer." Provided by Wikipedia

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by Milner, John
Published 1740
printed for Robinson and Roberts

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by Milner, John
Published 1789
printed and published by J. P. Coghlan, No. 37, Duke-Street, Grosvenor-Square; and sold by T. Lewis, Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Mess. Robinsons, Pater-Noster-Row; Collins, Salisbury; Robins and Blagden, Winchester; and the booksellers at Portsmouth and Southampton, &c

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by Milner, John
Published 1750
printed for J. Noon, at the White-Hart in Cheapside; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head in Lombard-Street; and E. Gardiner, in Lombard-Street

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by Milner, John
Published 1702
Printed at the University-Press, for Edmund Jeffrey bookseller in Cambridge, and James Knapton at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London

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by Milner, John
Published 1749
printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart, Cheapside; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head, Gracechurch-Street; and R. Davis, at the Corner of Sackville-Street, Piccadilly

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by Milner, John
Published 1747
printed for the author; and sold by J. Noon, at the White Hart in Cheapside, near Mercer's Chapel; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head in Gracechurch-Street; R. Davis, at the Corner of Sackville-Street, Piccadilly; and J. Highmore under the Royal-Exchange

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by Milner, John
Published 1749
printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart in Cheapside, near Mercer's Chapel; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head in Gracechurch-Street; and R. Davis, at the Corner of Sackville-Street, Piccadilly

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by Milner, John
Published 1756
sold by J. Noon at the White Hart, Cheapside; James Buckland at the Buck, Pater-Noster-Row; J. and S. Johnson at the Golden Anchor, Fenchurch Street

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by Milner, John
Published 1757
printed: and sold by J. Noon, J. Buckland, R. Griffiths, G. Keith, and J. and S. Johnson

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by Milner, John
Published 1797
printed by J.P. Coghlan, No. 37. Duke-Street, Grosvenor-Square

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by Milner, John
Published 1748
printed for the author; and sold by J. Noon, at the White Hart, Cheapside; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head, Gracechurch-Street; R. Davis, at the Corner of Sackville-Street, Piccadilly

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by Milner, John
Published 1740
printed for John Noon, at the White Hart near Mercer's Chapel in Cheapside

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by Milner, John
Published 1790
printed by J. P. Coghlan, No. 37. Duke-Street, Grosvenor-Square

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by Milner, John
Published 1734
printed for John Gray, at the Cross-Keys, in the Poultry

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by Milner, John
Published 1800
Printed and sold by Robbins, of Winchester: sold also in London by Cadell and Davies, in the Strand; Robson, New Bond Street; Leigh and Sotheby, York Street, Covent Garden; Nichols, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street; Coghlan, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square; and Crosby and Letterman, Stationers Court, Ludgate Hill

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by Milner, John
Published 1750
printed for J. Noon, at the White-Hart in Cheapside; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head in Lombard-Street; and E. Gardiner, in Lombard-Street

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by Milner, John
Published 1746
printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart in Cheapside, near Mercer's Chapel; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head in Gracechurch Street; and R. Davis, at the Corner of Sackville Street, Piccadilly

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by Milner, John
Published 1791
printed by J. P. Coghlan, No. 37. Duke Street, Grosvenor Square

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by Milner, John
Published 1746
printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart in Cheapside, near Mercer's Chapel; J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head in Gracechurch Street; R. Davis, at the Corner of Sackville Street, Piccadilly; and J. Highmore, under the Royal Exchange

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by Milner, John
Published 1798
printed by and for J. Nichols, sold also by J. Pridden, No. 100, Fleet Street; J.P. Coghlan, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square; and J. and P. Robbins, at Winchester