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The Very Reverend Thomas Tullie, Principal (1658–1676)

Photo credit: St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford

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Thomas Tullie was a Fellow of The Queen's College. Appointed Principal of St Edmund Hall in 1658, he oversaw the building of the Dining Hall which was completed in 1659. He was appointed Dean of Ripon in 1675 but died before he could take up the post.

St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford



oil on canvas


H 73.8 x W 61.3 cm

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gift from the Reverend Tullie Cornthwaite, 1847

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St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford

Queen's Lane, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 4AR England

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