Item NN/1/49 - The soules soliloquie : and, a conference with conscience. As it was delivered in a sermon before the King at Newport in the Isle of Wight, on the 25 of October, being the monthly Fast, during the late Treaty

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The soules soliloquie : and, a conference with conscience. As it was delivered in a sermon before the King at Newport in the Isle of Wight, on the 25 of October, being the monthly Fast, during the late Treaty

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  • 1648 (Publication)
    London, United Kingdom

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4to, 1 volume

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DUPPA, BRIAN, second son of Jeffrey Duppa, Lewisham, Kent, Purveyor of the Buttery to Queen Elizabeth I and Brewer to King James I, and Lucrece Maresall; b. 10 Mar 1588/9; adm.; QS; “here”, said Henry King (qv), Bishop of Chichester, in his sermon at Duppa’s funeral in Westminster Abbey, “he had the greatest dignity, which the School could afford put upon him, to be the Paedonomus at Christmas, Lord of his Fellow-Scholars” (p. 34); elected head to Christ Church, Oxford 1605, matr. 9 Jul 1605, Westminster Student to 1611; BA 1609; MA 1614; BD and DD 1625; Fellow All Souls Coll. Oxford 1612; Junior Proctor 1619; ordained; in 1620s successively Chaplain to Prince Palatine and to Earl of Dorset; Vicar of Westham, Sussex 7 Mar 1625/6-38; Vicar of Hailsham, Sussex 22 Dec 1626-26/7; Vicar of Withyham, Sussex 5 Feb 1626/7-38; Dean of Christ Church, Oxford 28 Nov 1629- Jun 1638; Vice-Chancellor, Oxford Univ. 1632-4; Prebendary and Chancellor of Salisbury 6 Jan 1634- Jun 1638; tutor to Prince of Wales and Duke of Gloucester 1638; Rector of Petworth, Sussex 19 May 1638-41; consecrated Bishop of Chichester 17 Jun 1638; translated to Salisbury 14 Dec 1641; on suppression of the episcopacy he retired to Oxford, and subsequently to Richmond, Surrey; carried out private ordinations of priests and deacons during the Commonwealth, and interested himself in the preservation of the episcopal succession; translated to Winchester 4 Oct 1660; Lord Almoner from 24 Jul 1660; author of a few published sermons and of Jonsonius Virbius, a collection of thirty poems on the death of Ben Jonson (qv), 1637; m. 23 Nov 1626 Jane, dau. of Nicholas Killingtree, Longham, Norfolk; d. 26 Mar 1662. Buried in North Ambulatory, Westminster Abbey. DNB.

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