Lewis Du Moulin
Lewis Du Moulin (Ludovicus Molinaeus; pseudonym: Ludiomaeus Colvinus) (1606–1680) was a French Huguenot physician and controversialist, who settled in England. He became Camden Professor of History at the University of Oxford.
- Vox populi (1641) as Irenaus Philadelphus
- Aytomaxia, or, the self-contradiction of some that contend about church-government (1643) as Ireneus Philalethes
- The power of the Christian magistrate in sacred things (1650)
- Morum exemplar seu caracteres (1654)
- Paraenesis ad aedificatores imperii in imperio (1656)
- Of the Right of Churches (1658)
- Kern der Alchemie (1750) Digital edition by the University and State Library Düsseldorf
- Concise Dictionary of National Biography
- "The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654 1660 by David Masson - page 22". Knowncrafts.net. Retrieved 2011-09-19.
- Anne Dunan-Page, The Religious Culture of the Huguenots, 1660-1750 (2006), p. 64-5.
- Trevor Henry Aston, Nicholas Tyacke (editors), The History of the University of Oxford: Volume IV: Seventeenth-Century Oxford (1984), p. 348-9.