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Goddred Gylby (fl. 1561), was an English translator. A son of Anthony Gilby, he translated Cicero's Epistle to Quintus, London, 1561, and John Calvin's Admonition against Judicial Astrology (no date).
- Dictionary of National Biography, Gilby, Anthony (d 1585), puritan divine, by E. T. Bradley. Published 1889.
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