Philips, John

Philips, John,

1676–1709, English poet. He was one of the few to write in blank verse in an age when the heroic couplet was the standard form. His Splendid Shilling (1701, 1705) is a parody of Milton. Cyder (1708), a utilitarian poem describing the cultivation of apples and the pressing of cider, is modeled after Vergil's Georgics.

Bibliography

See his poems (ed. by M. G. L. Thomas, 1927).

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Huddersfield squad: Lee St Hillaire, Paul Reilly, David Oates, Colin Harris, Damon Scholes, Rob Salmon, Darrell Derose, Johnny Moore, Richard Pearson, Colin Hawkyard, Abraham Philips, John Taylor, Wayne Daley, Nick Corion, Frank Slater, Dave Walsh.
From the left, top row, Joseph Corr, Danny Taggart, Eddie Doherty, Father Hugh Mullen, Frank Quinn and (from the left, second row) Paddy McCarthy, John McKerr, Noel Philips, John Laverty and Joseph Murphy, 10 of the 11 victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre
Left to right they are: (back row) Jimmy Edwards, Frank Cannon, Georgie Gallagher (who was major of Caerwys in Mold three times), Jimmy Philips, John Dickson, Brian Mottram, Lenny Bedoes and John Rankin; (front row) Dave Clarkson, John Lynch, Frank Nelson, Paul McLaughlin and Billy Windrow.
Long before NCHC had a paid, professional staff, Grey Austin was one of a small group of legendary executive secretary/treasurers (along with Jean Philips, John Portz, Lothar Tresp, Bill Mech, and Earl Brown, Jr.
ALL SHIP SHAPE: Some of the craftsmen who worked on the boats (from left) Glyn Philips, John Blunn, Steve Priest, Chris Stubbings, Ian Kemp, Rex Wain and Melvyn Brown.
Prior to Philips, John held executive positions with Toshiba's Computer Systems Division, NCR Corp.