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date: 14 October 2019

Carter, Peterlocked

(1530?–1590)
  • E. J. Ashworth

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Carter, Peter (1530?–1590), logician, was born in Lancashire. He attended St John's College, Cambridge, and though he had not met all the formal requirements for either degree, he graduated BA in 1553/4, and proceeded MA in 1557. He had already become a fellow of the college in 1555, thanks to money bequeathed by ...

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