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Howlett, Johnlocked

(1731–1804)
  • R. D. Sheldon

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Howlett, John (1731–1804), economist and writer on the poor, was the son of John Howlett of Bedworth, Warwickshire. Educated at the University of Oxford, he matriculated from St Edmund Hall in 1749, gaining his BA from St John's College in 1755. He later obtained the degrees MA (1795) and BD (1796) from ...

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