3 edition of A letter from a clergyman of the diocess of Corke found in the catalog.
A letter from a clergyman of the diocess of Corke
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6305, no. 05.|
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Get this from a library. An appendix to a letter from a clergyman of the diocess of Cork, to his friend in Dublin: Relating the conduct of the Bishop of Corke in the degradation of Mr.
Dallas. Published by the Rt. Rev. Jemmett lord bishop of Cork and Ross. [Jemmett Browne]. A letter from a clergyman of the diocess of Corke: to his friend in Dublin, relating the conduct of the Bishop of Corke, in the degradation of Mr. Dallas. Full text of "Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Taken from " See other formats.
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Corke, June Sunday last prayers for rain were offered up in all our churches. Monday last, at 6 o'clock in the evening, ended the assizes at Waterford, for the DIED -- Last Wednesday the Rev.
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