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The life of William Bedell ... lord bishop of Killmore in Ireland ...

To which are subjoyned certain letters, which passed betwixt Spain and England in matter of religion ... between Mr. James Waddesworth ... and the said William Bedell ...

by Burnet, Gilbert

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Published by R. Chiswell in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsWadsworth, James, 1572?-1623, Bedell, William, 1571-1642
The Physical Object
Pagination[36, 259, [13], 265-487, [1] p. ;
Number of Pages487
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24999215M

I. William (Moray, afterwards Sutherland), 1st s. and h. of Hugh Freskin or Moray,[1] lord of Duffus and Strabrock, who had acquired by grant, or otherwise, a large tract of land in Sutherland before and d. inter and , when William, as "Lord of Sutherland and s. and h. of the late Hugh Freskin,"[2] confirmed his father's grant of lands circa to Gilbert Moray, Archdeacon of.   Bishop Bedell's Irish Bible And Archbishop O'Donnell's New Testament (): Brief Historical Sketches Of Both Works, With Biographical Notices Of Each Author: Bedell As Provost Of T.C.D. (), With Extracts From His Diary William O'Donnell, William Bedell P. Author: William O'donnell.

The investigation. On Ap police responded to a call from Bishop’s year-old son. The son, a student at Durham Academy, said he found his father unconscious, slouched in an oversized Author: Virginia Bridges. Genealogy profile for William Bishop, the Elder Sir William Bishop, the Elder ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Sir William Bishop, the Elder ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

taken 27 years ago, near to Lisnamandra, Danesfort, Drumgor, Killyvally and Drumconnick, Cavan, Ireland The Bishop Bedell sycamore, Kilmore Believed to be the oldest sycamore tree in Ireland, planted at the Bishop's Palace (now gone), Kilmore, in Ibid., n.3, where Smith cites Gilbert Burnet, The Life of William Bedell, D.D. Lord Bishop of Killmore in n by Gilbert Burnet, D. D. Now Lord Bishop of Sarum. To which are Subjoyned Certain Letters, which passed betwixt Spain and England in Matter of Religion; concerning the general motives to the Roman Obedience, between Mr. James Waddesworth, a late Pensioner of the Holy Author: M. Vester.


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To which are subjoyned certain letters which passed betwixt Spain and England in matter of religion, concerning the general motives to the Roman obedience, between Mr. James Waddesworth and the said William Bedell.

THE LIFE OF WILLIAM BEDELL, D. Bishop of KILMORE IN IRELAND. WILLIAM BEDELL was born at Black Notley in Essex, in the year he was the younger Son of an ancient and good Family, and of no in­considerable Estate, which has now descended to his Son (his elder Brother dying without Issue): After he had past through the common education at Schools, he was sent to Emmanuel Col­ledge in.

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William Bedell was born in Black Notley in Essex in and was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He took orders in and was appointed chaplain to Sir Henry Wooton, English ambassador in Venice.

In he was appointed to the rectory of Horningsheath (near Bury St Edmunds) where he stayed for twelve years. Bedell, William. William Bedell (–) was provost of Trinity College, Dublin and bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh. Born in Black Notley, Essex, inhe was educated at the Puritan seminary of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he obtained an M.A.

inbecame a. Archbishop William King. Alfred Webb. A Compendium of Irish Biography. King, William, Archbishop of Dublin, was born at Antrim, 1st May He received his preliminary education at Dungannon, and took his degree of M.A.

at Trinity College inand in the same year took orders in the Church. This book was characterized by Burnet. Bishop Bedell's Gaelic bible recalled 20 September, OVER three hundred years ago an Englishman, who had come to Cavan as Bishop of Kilmore in the Church of Ireland, planted a tree at.

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The Life of William Bedell, D.D. Lord Bishop of Killmore in Ireland. Written by Gilbert Burnet, D.D. Now Lord Bishop of Sarum. To Which Are Subjoyned Certain Letters, Which Passed Betwixt Spain and England in Matter of Religion; Concerning the General Motives to the Roman Obedience, Between Mr.

James Waddesworth, a Late Pensioner of the Holy Inquisition in Sevil, and the Said William Bedell Author: Joseph Kestner. Farquhar, Anthony J. (79), Titular Bishop of Hermiana and Auxiliary Bishop emeritus of Down and Connor (Northern Ireland) Farrell, Kevin Joseph (72), Cardinal-Deacon of S.

Giuliano Martire, Prefect of Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life, Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church of Apostolic Camera and Bishop emeritus of Dallas (USA). CHAPLAIN WILLIAM IRELAND is a Arch Bishop from Callington Cornwall. This person was born in Decemberwhich was over 49 years ago.

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He and his family were driven out of Scotland by the Covenanters, and fled to Ireland, where his father was granted the lands of Toneregie (now Tandragee) in County Cavan by King. Bishop Bedell's Irish Bible And Archbishop O'donnell's New Testament (): Brief Historical Sketches Of Both Works, With Biographical Notices Of (), With Extracts From His Diary [O'Donnell, William, Bedell, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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