Willem Sewel

Willem Sewel (also William) (19 April 1653 (baptised) – March 1720) was a Dutch Quaker historian, of English background. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Sewel, William
Published 1728
Printed and sold by Samuel Keimer in Second Street

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by Sewel, William
Published 1760
by Kornelis de Veer, Boekverkooper in de Beurstraat, by den Dam

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by Sewel, William
Published 1795
printed and sold by James Philips, George Yard, Lombard Street

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by Sewel, William
Published 1740
by Jacob ter Beek, bezyden de Beurs, in de Gekroonde Bybel

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by Sewel, William
Published 1788
by W. Vermandel

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by Sewel, William
Published 1740
by Jacob ter Beek, bezyden de Beurs, in de Gekroonde Bybel

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by Sewel, William
Published 1747
by Jacob ter Beek, bezyden de Beurs, in de Gekroonde Bybel

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by Sewel, William
Published 1727
by Evert Visscher, Boekverkooper, in de Dirk van Hasselt sleeg

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by Sewel, William
Published 1706
printed for the widdow [sic] of Stephen Swart

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by Sewel, William
Published 1754
by Jacob ter Beek, Boekverkooper bezyden de Beurs

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by Sewel, William
Published 1736
printed by and for Sam. Fuller, at the Globe in Meath-Street

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by Sewel, William
Published 1725
printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street

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by Sewel, William
Published 1705
by de weduwe van Steven Swart, Boekverkoopster in de Beursteeg, in den gekroonden Bybel

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by Sewel, William
Published 1722
printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street

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by Sewel, William
Published 1749
by Jacob ter Beek, Boekverkooper bezyden de Beurs