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Showing 1 - 20 of 21 Results for author:"Whalley, John, 1653-1724"
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by Whalley, John, 1653-1724
Dublin : Printed by Benjamin Tooke, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and are to besold [sic] by Andrew Crook at the Kings Printing House on Ormonde Key, and by Samuel Helsham at the Colledge Arms in Castle-Street, 1686
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by Whalley, John, 1653-1724
Dublin : Printed at the author's printing house, next door to the Fleece in St. Nicholas Street, and are to be sold by John Foster bookseller, at the Dolphin in Skinners-Row where such as have occasion may be supply'd with choice bibles, testaments, grammars, school books, bills, bonds, &c. at reasonable rates, 1700
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by Whalley, John, 1653-1724
Dublin : printed by Cornelius Carter in Fish-shamble-Street, for John Foster, bookseller, at the Dolphin in Skinner-Row, 1699
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by Whalley, John, 1653-1724
[Dublin] : Printed for the author, and are to be sold at [...] house at the Blew-Posts on the West-side [of Ste]phens-Green, and by the booksellers of [...], [1697?]
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by Whalley, John, 1653-1724
Dublin : Printed by the author, and are to be sold at his House in Arundai-Court near St. Nicholas-Gate and by the booksellers, [1717]
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