Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae; The Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies in Ireland Volume 5

Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae; The Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies in Ireland Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...member of the Convocation of 1665. P. 392,1. 21.--John Hall was Archdeacon of Killaloe in 1667. P. 392, 1. 26.--R. Harris became Treasurer about 1695. P. 393, 1. 1.--T. Pack became Dean of Kilkenny in 1783 or 1784. P. 393, 1. 3.--Mr. Brooke was fourth son of Francis Brooke, of Colebrooke, Co. Fermanagh, Esq., and brother of Sir Henry Brooke, Bart.--U. O. In 1814 he resigned his Prsecentorship, and became Rector of Urglin. P. 393, 1. 13, add--1859. Robert M'kee, B. A., succeeded Mr. Bredin; collated; installed, November 3. CHANCELLORS. P. 393, L 15, insert--1515. Charles Cavanagh, Abbat of Duysk, was Chancellor at this time. During his Bishop's absence, he was appointed Commissary and Vicar-General; and at that Prelate's death he held the office of Guardian of the Spiritualities during some years.--Dowling's Annals. Probably he is the "Charles de Dowche" mentioned in the text, under theyear 1521. P. 393, 1. 20.--Thady Dowling's "Annals" have been published since this page was printed, with an interesting account of the author, by the learned editor, Dean Butler of Clonmacnois. 4to, 1849. P. 394, last line, add--Upon Dr. Wilson's resignation, the appointment to this dignity was suspended by the Privy Council, on September 18, 1848. TREASURERS. P. 395, 1. 25.--James Vaughan was also Prsecentor of Killala in 1662, and became Dean of Achonry in that or the next year. P. 395,1. 29.--J. Pynsent died in 1695. Harris probably succeeded in that year. Both were Rectors of Carlow. P. 396, 1., for 1668 read 1688. P. 396, 1. 9.--Charles Doyne, third son of Philip Doyne, of Wells, Co. Wexford, Esq., was born in 1712. He became D.D., and Rector of Carlow. P. 396, 1. 11.--A. Jacob became Archdeacon of Armagh in 1771. P. 396, 1. 12. Dr. R. more

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