Scholar (c. 1600 c. 1662)
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H. Dircks. A Biographical Memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's Familiar Friend: With Bibliographical Notices of Works Published by Him; and a Reprint of His Pamphlet, Entitled "An Invention of Engines of Motion.". London: John Russell Smith. 1865. 124pp.
Mark Greengrass; Michael Leslie; Timothy Raylor (editors). Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 396pp.
Samuel Hartlib; Cressy Dymock. Samuel Hartlib His Legacie, Or, An Enlargement of the Discourse of Husbandry Used in Brabant and Flaunders: Wherein are Bequeathed to the Common-wealth of England More Outlandish and Domestick Experiments and Secrets in Reference to Universall Husbandry. St. Peters Church, Cornhill: H. Hills, for Richard Wodenothe. 1651. 131pp.
G. H. Turnbull. Hartlib, Dury and Comenius: Gleanings from Hartlib's Papers. University Press of Liverpool. 1947. 477pp.
George Henry Turnbull. Samuel Hartlib: A Sketch of His Life and His Relations to J. A. Comenius. Oxford University Press. 1920. 79pp.
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