Author:John Fell

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John Fell
English clergyman; Dean of Christ Church and bishop of Oxford
John Fell


  • The Interest of England Stated, &c. (1659)
  • The Life of Dr. Henry Hammond (1661)
  • Aratus and Eratosthenes (1672)
  • Grammatica Rationis sive Institutiones Logicæ (1673)
  • The Vanity of Scoffing, in a Letter to a Gentleman (1674)
  • A Paraphrase and Annotations upon the Epistles of St. Paul (1675)
  • Ladies' Calling (1677)
  • Life of Dr. Allestree, prefixed to an edition of his sermons (1684)


  • Cyprian on the Unity of the Church (1681)

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