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Peter du Moulin (1601–1684) was a French-English Anglican clergyman, son of the Huguenot pastor Pierre du Moulin and brother of Lewis du Moulin. He was the anonymous author of Regii sanguinis clamor ad coelum adversus paricidas Anglicanos, published at The Hague in 1652, a royalist work defending Salmasius and including a strong attack on John Milton.

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Uniform title: Parerga
by Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684
Cantabrigiae : Excudebat Joann. Hayes ... : Impensis Joannis Creed ..., 1669-1670
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Uniform title: Parerga
by Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684
Cantabrigiae : Excudebat Joann. Hayes ... : Impensis Joannis Creed ..., 1669-1670
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by Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684
Cantabrigiæ : excudebat Joann. Hayes, celeberrimæ Academiæ typographus. M.DC.LXXI. Impensis Joannis Creed, bibliopolæ Cantab, [1671]
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Uniform title: Of peace and contentment of minde
by Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684
Salisbury : printed by Edward Easton: and sold by Millar, Hawes, Clarke and Collins, and Baldwin, London; Fletcher and Prince, in Oxford; Leake and Frederick, at Bath; and Burrough, at Devizes, 1765
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Uniform title: Correspondence
by Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684
[Oxford] : Electronic Enlightenment Project, 2008-
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by Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684
[London : s.n.], Anno Dom. 1649. AErae Caroli I. Britanniarum Regis, & Martyris anno primo. [1649]
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