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The conservative character of the English reformation, viewed with reference to the present state of the church.
A sermon, preached in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, on Sunday, February 16th, 1862, on the occasion of the consecration of the Right Rev. John, Lord Bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross.
Butcher, Samuel, bp. of Meath, 1811-1876.
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Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross,
Physical description: 44 p.
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The Late Rev. Dr. Gregg, the Esteemed Bishop of Cork
Published / Created: (1878)
by: Lynch, James Henry, fl. 1815-1868, engraver.
Published / Created: (1849)
''Faithful unto death'' : memorials of the life of John Gregg, D.D., Bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross and formerly Minister of Trinity Church, Dublin /
by: Gregg, Robert Samuel.
Published / Created: (1879)
Letters of administration granted to Mary Anne Gregg, 18 Dec. 1851, with annexed copy of the will of her husband, Edward Gregg, of Wicklow town, 28 May 1849.
Recantation of the Roman Catholic Church made in St. Peter's Church, Cork, by Edward Gregg, 5 Oct. 1734. Account of William Gregg with Owen Callanan apothecary, 1759-64. Domes...