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John Entick (c.1703 – May 1773) was an English schoolmaster and author. He was largely a hack writer, working for Edward Dilly, and he padded his credentials with a bogus M.A. and a portrait in clerical dress; some of his works had a more lasting value. In the leading case Entick v Carrington of 1765 he won a legal victory as plaintiff that defined the limits of executive power in the view of the English judiciary.

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by Entick, John, 1703?-1773
Baltimore [Md.] : Printed and sold by Warner and Hanna, 1811
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Uniform title: New Latin and English dictionary. Latin-English
by Entick, John, 1703?-1773
London : printed for T. Longman, B. Law and Son, T. Pote, C. Dilly, G.G. and J. Robinson [and 4 others in London], 1796
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by Entick, John, 1703?-1773
London : printed by R. Tookey, in St. Christopher's Church-yard, near the Royal Exchange, for the author; and sold by George Strahan, near the Royal Exchange in Cornhill; J. Batley, at the Dove in Pater-noster-row; R. Williamson, near Grays-Inn-Gate in Holbourn; and J. Pote, at Sir Isaac Newton's Head, at Suffolk-street End near Chearing Cross, 1728
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by Entick, John, 1703?-1773
London : printed by J. Crowder, for J. Mawman (successor to C. Dilly;) G.G. and J. Robinson; J. Sewell; W.J. and J. Richardson; F. and C. Rivington [and 10 others in London], 1800
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by Entick, John, 1703?-1773
London : printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, and may be had of the principal booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland, 1776
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