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An eminent English clergyman and educator, archbishop of Dublin; born in London, Feb. 1, 1787; died in Dublin, Oct. 1, 1863. He was regarded as one of the "Broad Church" party in the Church of England. He was a voluminous writer; among his works are: "The Use and Abuse of Party Feeling in Matters of Religion" (1822); "Elements of Logic" (1826); "View of the Scripture Revelations concerning a Future State" (1829); "Bacon's Essays, with Annotations" (1856); "A General View of the Rise, Progress, and Corruptions of Christianity" (1860); and "Miscellaneous Lectures and Reviews" (1864).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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