Reference code(s): GB 0096 AL207
Held at: Senate House Library, University of London
Title: Yates, John: letter (1810)
Level of description: Collection
Extent: 2 leaves
Name of creator(s): Yates | John | 1755-1826 | Unitarian minister
John Yates was born in Bolton, in 1755. He became a Unitarian minister in Liverpool and was noted for his support of radical politics and opposition to slavery. He married Elizabeth Bostock, a doctor's widow, and they had eight children. His eldest son, Joseph Brooks Yates, became a well-known businessman and antiquary, and his fourth son, James Yates, followed him into the Unitarian ministry.
Scope and content/abstract:
Letter from John Yates of Liverpool to his son, Reverend James Yates, 30 Apr 1810. Congratulating him on coming of age. Autograph, with signature.
ACCESS AND USE
Language/scripts of material: English
System of arrangement:
See hard copy catalogue
Conditions governing access:
Access to this collection is unrestricted for the purpose of private study and personal research within the supervised environment and restrictions of the Library's Palaeography Room. Please contact the University Archivist for details. 24 hours notice is required for research visits.
Conditions governing reproduction:
Copies may be made, subject to the condition of the original. Copying must be undertaken by the Palaeography Room staff, who will need a minimum of 24 hours to process requests.
Typescript catalogue available in the Library's Palaeography Room.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling information:
Immediate source of acquisition:
Found inserted into a copy of Yates's A Funeral Discourse (presentation copy inscribed to his wife Elizabeth) - classmark: G8 [Yates].
Existence and location of originals:
Existence and location of copies:
A photostatic copy and a microfilm copy of the text are held by the University of Viriginia.
Archivist's note: Compiled by Anya Turner.
Rules or conventions: Compiled in compliance with General International Standard Archival Description, ISAD(G), second edition, 2000; National Council on Archives Rules for the Construction of Personal, Place and Corporate Names, 1997.
Date(s) of descriptions: July 2008