John Milton

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Noun1.John Milton - English poetJohn Milton - English poet; remembered primarily as the author of an epic poem describing humanity's fall from grace (1608-1674)
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Milton, John Tolhurst, Jim Pawson, Ernie Shaw, Terry Ainley, Phil Turner, Ian Hinchcliffe, Rex Barker (club president).
See also Gordon Campbell, "Milton, John (1608-1674)," in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford U.
Milton, John. "The Reason of Church-Governement." The Prose of John Milton.
The boys: Martyn Spore (back) launches the new Beccles outlet with help from former footballers (l-r) Simon Milton, John Wark and Jeremy Goss The girls: (l-r) company directors Sally Spore and Valerie Franklin and managers Carole Sear and Helen Brown
Malabika Sarkar writes about "Astronomical Signs in Paradise Lost"; Beverley Sherry writes about the eighteenth-century "apocalyptic" illustrator of Milton, John Martin.