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us: Yates, John, -approximately 1660

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    • us: I. Y. (Iohn Yates), -approximately 1660
    • us: J. Y. (John Yates), -approximately 1660
    • us: Y., I. (Iohn Yates), -approximately 1660
    • us: Y., J. (John Yates), -approximately 1660
    • us: Yates, Iohn, -approximately 1660
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        (edtf) 1660~
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      Yates, John, d. ca. 1660
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    • found: Montagu, R. Appello Cæsarem. A iust appeale from two vniust informers, 1625 (name not given)
    • found: His Gods arraignement of hypocrites, 1616: t.p. (Iohn Yates)
    • found: Ibis ad Caesarem, 1626: t.p. (name not given) Epistle dedicatory signed on leaf A3 (Iohn Yates)
    • found: ESTC/BL files (John Yates)
    • found: DNB, 1921 (hdg.: Yates, John, fl. 1612-1660; puritan divine; B.D. Emmanuel College, Cambridge; curate of St. Andrew's, Norwich; rector, St. Mary with St. John Stiffkey, Norfolk)
    • found: DNB (hdg.: Yates, John, fl. 1622-1658; puritan divine; B.D. Emmanuel College, Cambridge; rector, St. Mary with St. John Stiffkey, Norfolk)
    • found: Alumni Cantab.: pt. 1 (Yates, John; adm. 1604, BD 1618; ord. D. Peterb. 1614, priest 1614; preacher at St. Andrew's, Norwich, d. ca. 1660)
    • found: Oxford Dict. of Nat. Biog., 2004: (hdg.: Yates, John, d. 1657; Church of England clergyman and philosopher; graduated BA in 1608 from Emmanuel College, Cambridge, became a fellow in 1611, fell under Ramist influence and added technometria to Ramism; ordained deacon and priest on 4 and 5 Sept., 1614; in 1616 began a six-year ministry at St. Andrew Apostle, Norwich; in 1622 became rector at St. Mary with St. John at Stiffkey, Norfolk; in 1629 he was licensed to practise medicine; d. on Nov. 12, 1657, leaving his eldest son, John Yates MD (1617-1659) sole executor; three later religious works, The saints sufferings (1631), A treatise of the honor of God's house (1637), and Imago mundi, et regnum Christi (1639) have been attributed to a contemporary John Yates though they possibly were by this John Yates of Stiffkey)
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