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Bellamie, John

Record IDcni00033288
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cni00033288
Biographical Data - 1654
Last Edit2006-11-27

General Note

Plomer, H. Dict. of the booksellers and printers ..., 1641-1667, 1907 (Bellamy, or, Bellamie, John, 1620-54; 1. South entrance, Royal Exchange; 2. Two Greyhounds, Cornhill; 3. Three Golden Lyons, Cornhill; noted publisher of Americana; apprenticed to Nicholas Bourne; freed Feb. 1620; continued to work for Bourne until about 1622; at outbreak of Civil War took up arms for Parliament and given rank of colonel; also represented the Ward of Cornhill on the Common Council; published The humble remonstrance and petition of the Lord Mayor Aldermen & Commons of the City of London, 1646, and soon became involved in a pamphlet war between the Presbyterians and Independents; retired about 1650; died Jan. 20 1653/4)

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Further Biographical Data-1654
ActivityVerleger (1620 - 1654)

Place of Activity

Place of ActivityLondon (1620 - 1654)

Names

HeadingBellamie, John
used in: Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Variant NameBellamy, John

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