JAMES TATE (1771-1843), English classical scholar and schoolmaster, was born at Richmond in Yorkshire on the 11th of June 1771. He was educated at Richmond school and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (fellow, 1795). From 1796 to 1833 he held the headmastership of his old school, being then appointed canon of St Paul's and vicar of Edmonton. He died on the 2nd of September 1843. The work by which he is chiefly known is his Horatius Restitutus (1832).
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