Henry Spelman

Henry Spelman, in an engraving by [[William Faithorne Sir Henry Spelman (c. 1562 – October 1641) was an English antiquary, noted for his detailed collections of medieval records, in particular of church councils. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1656
Printed by R. Hodgkinsonne

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1647
Printed by M.F. for Philemon Stephens
Subjects: '; ...Spelman, Henry / Sir / 1564?-1641 / De non temerandis ecclesiis...

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1641
Printed by Robert Young, and are to bee [sic] sold by Matthew Walbancke and William Coke

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1647
Printed by M.F. for Philemon Stephens
Subjects: '; ...Spelman, Henry / Sir / 1564?-1641 / De non temerandis ecclesiis...

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by Spelman, Henry
Printed by J.L. for Philemon Stephens, and are to be sold at his shop
Subjects: '; ...Spelman, Henry / Sir / 1564?-1641 / De non temerandis ecclesiis...

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1723
printed for D. Browne, sen. & jun. W. Mears, F. Clay, without Temple-Bar, and Fletcher Gyles in Holborn

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1742
London: printed by Robert Young, anno 1641. And re-printed in Dublin by and for James Carson, in Coghill's-Court, Dame-Street, and sold by the booksellers

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1723
printed for D. Browne, sen. & jun. W. Mears, F. Clay, without Temple-Bar, and Fletcher Gyles in Holborn

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by Spelman, Henry
Published 1888
J. Hodges

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by Kennett, White
Published 1704
Printed for Awnsham and Johm Churchill
Other Authors: '; ...Spelman, Henry...