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John Sturt (6 April 1658 – August 1730) was an English engraver, apprenticed to Robert White. Becoming associated with John Ayres, he engraved the most important of his books on calligraphy. He is popularly known as an illustrator of The Pilgrim's Progress.
thumb|John Sturt, mezzotint by [[William Humphrey (engraver)|William Humphrey after William Faithorne the younger]]

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[London] : Sold by Richd. Ware at the Bible and Sun on Ludgate Hill; all sorts of Bibles and common-prayers, adorn'd with Mr. Sturts fine cuts, his engrav'd common prayer and orthodox communicant, etc., [1730?]
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Uniform title: Liturgies. Book of common prayer
by Church of England
[Oxford] : Printed at ye Theater in Oxford. Sold by P. Parker at ye Leg & star against ye Royall Exchange in Cornhill [London], [1683?]
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Uniform title: Bible. English. Authorised. Shorthand
[s.l. : Printed for the author, and Peter Story, and sold by Tho. Fabian, Dorman Newman, Sam: Crouch, Wm. Marshall, Thomas Cockerill, I. Lawrence, 1687]
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