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Adams, Johnlocked

(1750?–1814)
  • Sidney Lee
  • , revised by S. J. Skedd

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Adams, John (1750?–1814), schoolmaster and educational writer, was born in Aberdeen. He was educated at Aberdeen University and may have been the John Adams who graduated MA from King's College in 1768. After obtaining a preaching licence he travelled to London, where he was appointed minister of the Scottish church in ...

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