Author:Humphrey Prideaux

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Humphrey Prideaux
(1648–1724)
English clergyman; Dean of Norwich
Humphrey Prideaux

Works[edit]

  • Marmora Oxoniensia (1676)
  • De Jure Pauperis et Peregrini (1679)
  • A Compendious Introduction for Reading … Histories (1682)
  • The Validity of the Orders of the Church of England (1688)
  • A Letter to a Friend relating to the present Convocation (1689)
  • The Case of Clandestine Marriages (1691)
  • The True Nature of Imposture fully display'd in the Life of Mahomet (1697)
  • Directions to Churchwardens, &c. (1701)
  • The Original and Right of Tithes, &c. (1710)
  • Ecclesiastical Tracts, &c. (1716)
  • The Old and New Testament connected, in the History of the Jews and Neighbouring Nations … to the Time of Christ (1716–18)

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