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James Everett (1784–1872)

Everett, James. An English religious poet and historian; born at Alnwick, Northumberland, 1784; died at Sunderland, May 10, 1872. A controversial divine, he wrote ‘History of Methodism in Sheffield and its Vicinity’ (1823), and other local chronicles of the sort; besides ‘Edwin, or Northumbria’s Royal Fugitive Restored’ (1831), a metrical tale of Saxon times.