Benjamin Stillingfleet

Stillingfleet by [[Johann Zoffany]], RA Benjamin Stillingfleet (1702–1771) was a botanist, translator and author. He is said to be the first Blue Stocking, a phrase from which is derived the term bluestocking now used to describe a learned woman. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1737
printed for L. Gilliver and J. Clarke, at Homer's Head in Fleet-Street, and at their Shop in Westminster-Hall

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1750
printed for J. Brindley in New Bond-Street, and sold by M. Cooper in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1765
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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1738
printed for W. Webb, near St. Paul's

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1738
printed for W. Webb, near St. Paul's

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1771
printed by J. and H. Hughs: and sold by S. Baker and G. Leigh, York-Street; B. White, Fleet-Street; J. Robson, New Bond-Street; and J. Walter, Charing-Cross

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1738
printed for W. Wilkins, in Lombard-Street

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1737
printed [by Thomas Ruddiman] for L. Gilliver and J. Clarke, at Homer's Head in Fleet-Street, and at their Shop in Westminster-Hall

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1737
re-printed, and sold by George Faulkner, Bookseller, in Essex-Street, opposite to the Bridge

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by Stillingfleet, Benjamin
Published 1761
printed for the author; and sold by R. and J. Dodsley, and S. Baker

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by Linné, Carl von
Published 1759
Printed, and sold by R. and J. Dodsley, S. Baker, and M. Cooper
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