Lupset, Thomas an English scholar and theologian, was born in London in 1498; was educated at English schools, but took the degree of B.A. in Paris. In 1518 he obtained the chair of rhetoric at Oxford University. Later he was secretary to the Italian ambassador. On his return he took charge of the education of the natural son of Wolsey in Paris. In 1530 he was appointed prebend of Salisbury. He died December 27, 1532. Among his works we notice Epistoles Variae, in the Epistolae saliquot emdit. Virorum (Belle, 1520): — Treatise teaching how to die well (1534): — An Exhortation to young Men (1540, 8vo): — Treatise of Charity (1546, 8vo): — Rules for a godly Life (London, 1660). See Thomas, Dict. of Biog. and Mythol. s.v.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, volume 32, s.v.