Peter Du Moulin

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Peter Du Moulin (1601–1684) was appointed rector of Adisham, Kent, in 1658. He was appointed a canon (Stall IV) at the Restoration in 1660 and died in 1684.[1] He was the son of Pierre Du Moulin (Canon of Canterbury 1615–1658, also Stall IV).

He probably presented copies of his books to the Chapter Library on publication. Wikipedia

Shelfmark W/L-3-47
Peter Du Moulin. Regii sanguinis Clamor. 1651.
With manuscript annotations and corrections, apparently by Peter Du Moulin.
Shelfmark W/E-3-55
Peter Du Moulin. Traitté de la paix et du contentement de l'esprit.
Sedan: 1660.
Inscription on pastedown: To ye Library of Xt Church Canterbury
Shelfmark W/F-3-30
Pierre Du Moulin. The novelty of Popery, : ... against the book of Cardinal Du Perron, entituled, A reply to the answer of ... James King of Great Britain. By Peter Du Moulin ... translated by ... Peter Du Moulin ....
London: 1662.
In a seventeenth-century binding.
Shelfmark W/B-1-22
Peter Du Moulin. Petri Molinaei P.F. Parerga. Poematum libelli tres. I. Hymni in symbolum apostolorum. II. Ecclesiae gemitus. III. Sylva variorum. ...
Cambridge: 1670.
Inscription on verso opposite title page: Donum Authoris Bibliothecae Cantuariensis.
Shelfmark W/L-6-53
Peter Du Moulin. Reflexions sur le II. & III chapitres de La politique de France de Monsieur P.H. Marquis de C. Ou il censure ... les Huguenots. Par le Sieur de L'Ormegrigny. 1671.
Inscription on verso of third front free endpaper: Donum Authoris Bibliothecæ Ecclesiæ Christi Cantuar..
Shelfmark W2/X-3-29
Peter Du Moulin. Histoire des nouveaus presbyteriens. 1660.
Inscription (6 pages) on front free endpapers about the authorship of the book, in the hand of the author Peter Du Moulin, Canon of Canterbury, (1601–1684).
Inscription on front pastedown (17c): This booke belongs to the Library of X Church Canterbury.
References
  1. CCED PersonID 139986