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English: Title page of John Doddridge () The Several Opinions of Sundry Learned Antiquaries: viz. Mr Justice Doddridge, Mr Agar, Francis Tate, William Canden [sic: Camden], and Ioseph Holland. Touching the Antiquity, Power, Order, State, Manner, Persons and Proceedings of the High-Court of Parliament in England, London: Printed for William Leake [the younger], at the Crown in Fleet-street, betwixt the two Temple-Gates OCLC: 15231340.

Sir John Doddridge's nephew, John Dodderidge (1610–1659) arranged for the publication of the book: see W[illiam] R[etlaw] Williams () The Parliamentary History of the County of Gloucester, including the Cities of Bristol and Gloucester, and the Boroughs of Cheltenham, Cirencester, Stroud, and Tewkesbury, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day, 1213–1898, Hereford: Private printing for the author by Jakeman and Carver, pp. 116–117 OCLC: 10849371. However, it has been suggested that the essay in the book said to be by John Doddridge, entitled Dissertation on Parliament, is of doubtful authenticity.

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