The MVP awards went to Alan Duppa
of Mold and Niall Williams of Celts, who scored 23 and 19 points respectively.
, The Causes of the Present Condition of the Labouring Classes in the South of England, with a few hints as to the manner of permanently bettering it, and generally ameliorating the state of the country at large (London: Sanders and Benning, 1831), p.31.
At the end of the quarter Mold were 24-20 ahead, Duppa
notching 12 points.
They never recovered, despite the efforts of Allan Duppa
with 18 points.
And she read--'pen in hand', Emerson recalled--'Condivi, Vasari, Benvenuto Cellini, Duppa
, Fuseli, and Von Waagen.' Her notes show she read many others as well.
For instance, one of the earliest women writers, Aphra Behn, differed from her female contemporaries by favouring each other during Restoration times, while (the) one the other scores relatively high in Table 1 thanks to three male letter-writers, John Holles, Earl of Clare, Henry Oxinden of Barham and Bishop Brian Duppa
BISHOP BRIAN DUPPA
's connection with Ben Jonson is well known, since Duppa
collected and edited the important volume of poetic eulogies entitled Jonsonus Virbius (1638), published less than a year after the great writer's death.(1) However, evidence connecting Jonson and Duppa
has received far less attention, although it indicates a stronger, closer relationship than may have been previously supposed.
In the first quarter against Liverpool, both teams struggled to find their offensive rhythm and at the end of the period Mold had a slight lead of 13-12, Alan Duppa
with eight points.
Newi: S Jones 2, Price 3, White 5, Roberts 7, Ramburuth 8, Connell 8, Weedall 12, Duppa
It is perhaps significant that this Swan became Rector of Burwash at the same time that Brian Duppa
, who had been Dean of Christ Church when Swan matriculated (?graduated) became Bishop of Chichester.
Mold were led by guard Pete Arden, who scored a huge 26 points and had seven assists, while big man Alan Duppa
recorded a double-double with 23 points and 15 rebounds.
King was actively involved with Brian Duppa
in the ordination of men to the priesthood and in schemes to ensure the maintenance of the apostolic succession and the survival of the episcopate.