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John Heigham (1568? – 1634?) was an English Roman Catholic printer, writer, and translator. He went into exile in Douai and Saint-Omer, where he married and brought up a family. A son John, who took holy orders, left Rome for the English mission in 1649.

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Uniform title: The life of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus
by Heigham, John, active 1639
[Saint-Omer : English College Press], Permissu Superiorum, 1634
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Uniform title: Meditaciones de los misterios de nuestra Santa Fe. English
by Puente, Luis de la, 1554-1624
At S. Omers : [Printed by C. Boscard], anno Domini 1619
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Uniform title: Meditaciones de los mysterios de nuestra santa fe. English
by Puente, Luis de la, 1554-1624
Ilkley : Scolar Press, 1976
 
 
 
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