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Succession of Clergy in the Parishes of S. Bride, S. Michael Le Pole, and S ...
William George Carroll
No preview available - 2015
afterwards Alms House appointed Archbishop of Dublin Archdeacon Ardstraw Audoen's baptised Belcamp Bishop born Bride-street Bride's books Bride's church Bride's parish Bride's Vestry Bridget's brother Bull Alley buried Cappagh Chancellor Chapel Chaplain Christ Church Churchwardens churchyard cittie clergy Cobbe Cork Cotton curacy Curate Curate-Assistant Custos daughter Dean and Chapter Dean Swift Deanery death Delany died Dunlavin Ecclesiastical Edward Elphin father Foundling Hospital Godwin Grattan Henry Hoey's-court Hospital Incumbent Ireland Irish James Cary John Kildare Killaloe King lived ll.d Lord Lieutenant Lyon married Mercer's Michael's le Pole minister Molyneux Ossory parochial Patrick's Cathedral Peter Lefanu Philip Tisdall Portora Royal School preached preacher Preb Prebendary Provost Raphoe Record Rector resigned Revd Robert Salary Santry Scholar schoolmaster sermon Sheridan Ship-street Sir Thomas Molyneux Stella Stephen's Street Synge Trinity College Ulster's Office uncle Vestry Vestry Assessments Vicar W. G. Carroll wife William Yarner
Page 38 - And this know, that if the goodman of the house had known what hour the thief would come, he would have watched, and not have suffered his house to be broken through. 40 Be ye therefore ready also: for the Son of man cometh at an hour when ye think not.
Page 54 - The interest excited by his preaching was of the most extraordinary description, and only exceeded by that called forth by Dean Kirwan. Bride's Church used to be crowded to such excess that the very windows were filled even outside, and not one spot in the whole church left unoccupied.
Page 36 - Things Divine and Supernatural Conceived by Analogy with Things Natural and Human (1733) he asserts that knowledge of God's essence and attributes can bo only " analogical
Page 20 - Clonmethan, my silver box in which the freedom of the city of Cork was presented to me ; in which I desire the said John to keep the tobacco he usually cheweth, called pigtail.
Page 24 - WHICH GAVE NAME TO THESE BUILDINGS AND TO THE OLD CITY GATE IN BRIDGE STREET.) s. BRIDE'S WIDOWS
Page 12 - ... author, in a most interesting manner, traces out the analogy between this Psalm and the Song of Deborah. Those who like choice pieces of writing upon the literature of Scripture will be gratifred by the perusal of this exposition.