Hall, Joseph

Hall, Joseph,

1574–1656, English prelate and author. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and became bishop of Exeter, 1627–41, and of Norwich, 1641–47. The rise of Puritanism involved him in serious church difficulties, and his vigorous defense of the episcopacy against its attackers resulted in his imprisonment in 1641 on charges of high treason. He was eventually released, but he lived the remainder of his life in poverty. Hall's most notable work, his verse satires, modeled after the Roman satirist Juvenal, appeared in two parts: Virgidemiarum or Toothless Satires (1597) and Biting Satires (1598). He also wrote prose satires, poems, meditations, and autobiographical tracts.

Bibliography

See his poems, ed. by A. Davenport (1949, repr. 1969).

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Also adding to the medal count with a scintillating series of swims were Adam Williams, Scott Jenkinson, Oliver Hall, Joseph Micklewright, Sadie Dickinson, Emma Muirhead and Danielle Horner.
Their best was not good enough as Al Faisaliah boys anchored by Marvin Casubuan, Abel Coral, Ryan Legaspi, Reynaldo Eusebio, Archie Zabala with support from Carlo Hall, Joseph Iphil, Nino Lauriaga and Hermie Ofianga asserted their authority in the one-sided contest.
Labour leader Sir Albert Bore married fellow councillor Victoria Quinn at a ceremony at Highbury Hall, Joseph Chamberlain's ancestral home in Moseley, on Monday.
DIG IN: from left to right, Sydney Wade, William Hall, Joseph Gallucci and Jordan Benjamin before the screening
Smith, Tricia Helfer, Jason Hall, Joseph Kosinski, Sean Bailey, Felicia Day and Nancy O'Dell.
The History of Stella Hall', a talk about the history of Stella Hall, Joseph Cowen and old Blaydon by John Oliver, at Winlaton Library, Friday, 2.
Dear Editor, -Dr Davis's enthusiasm for a reopened and rejuvenated Town Hall is clearly evident, as is his knowledge of the architectural inspiration for the Town Hall, Joseph Aloysius Hansom, who also designed the famous Hansom Cab.