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an English writer and a draughtsman. He was the son of William Duppa of Culmington, Shropshire. He studied art in Rome in his youth, and showed himself a skilful draughtsman. He matriculated at Trinity College, Oxford, 9 November 1807, aged 37 and became a student of the Middle Temple, 7 February 1810. He graduated LL.B. at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, in 1814. He wrote on botanical, artistic, and political topics and was elected Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. He died in Lincoln's Inn.
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