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To be distinguished from his grandson William Popple (governor) (1700/01–1764), government official and writer.Oxford Biography Index Number 101022545 Oxford DNB Thomas Seccombe, ‘Popple, William (1700/01–1764)’, rev. C. S. Rogers, first published Sept 2004 ;online edn, Jan 2010, 642 words

William Popple (1638–1708) was an English Unitarian merchant, the translator of John Locke's A Letter Concerning Toleration.C. Robbins Absolute Liberty: The Life and Thought of William Popple, 1638-1708 Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society, V 1967

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London : Printed for J. Brindley ... and sold by A. Dodd [and 3 others], 1734
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London : Printed for T. Woodward ... and J. Walthoe ... and sold by T. Cooper, 1736
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London : printed for J. Brindley. And sold by A. Dodd; J. Roberts; J. Wilford; and E. Nutt, 1734
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by Popple, William, 1701-1764
London : Printed for T. Woodward, at the Half-Moon between the Temple Gates in Fleet-Street; and J. Walthoe, against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill: and sold by T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.XXXVI. [1736]
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Uniform title: Prompter (London, England : 1734)
[London] : Printed for J. Peele, 1734-1736
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