Swift and the Church of Ireland

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Index
A. Abercorn, James Hamilton, 6th Earl of, 75.
B. absences, 46, 47.
C. Achonry, Archdeacon of, see Walls, Thomas.
D. Act of Settlement, 40, 161; of Uniformity, 8.
E. Addison, Joseph, 79.
F. Advice to a Parson, poem, 122.
G. advowsons, 10.
H. Agher or Agherpallis, parish, 27, 34, 36; account of, 42.
I. agistment controversy, 135-50, 155.
J. agriculture, Swift on, 142-3, 142 ff.
K. Aiton, Andrew, 15 n. 2.
L. alienation of Church lands, 100-1, 107, 122-3.
M. Anabaptists, 127, 129.
N. Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, 5th Earl of, 140.
O. Anglo-Irish, 169-77.
P. Anne, Queen, xv, 40, 52-54, 62-66, 171, 181.
Q. Answer to the Craftsman, 158-9.
R. 'Antibill, The', 108-9.
S. Antrim, county, 10-11, 16, 20-21.
T. Armagh, diocese of, 39.
U. -- Archbishops of, seeBoulter, Hugh; Hoadly, John; Lindsay, Thomas; Marsh, Narcissus; Usher, James.
V. -- Dean of, seeReeves, William.
W. Ashe, St. George, Swift's tutor and friend, Bishop of Clogher, 9, 10, 35, 172.
X. Atterbury, Francis, Bishop of Rochester, 84-87, 181.
Y. Ball, F. Elrington, 28-29.
Z. Ballycarry, village or small town, 23.
AA. Ballynure, parish, 15 n. 2, 16 and nn. 2, 3; Swift rector in, 17; area of, 17; dissenters in, 18-21; church at, 22- 23.
AB. Ballyprior, parish, 16 n. 2.
AC. Bangor, Bishop of, see Evans, John.
AD. Barber, John, London printer and alderman, friend of Swift, 159.
AE. Bassenet, Edward, Dean of St. Patrick's, 164 n. 4.
AF. Bath, Sir William Pulteney, Earl of, 186.
AG. Bathurst, Allen, 1st Earl, 149.
AH. Berkeley, Charles, 2nd Earl of, Lord Justice of Ireland, 26, 38, 45, 47, 58; 195; and the deanery of Derry, 27-34.
AI. Berkeley, Dr. George, Bishop of Cloyne, 181.
AJ. Bettesworth, Richard, 195.
AK. Bindon, Francis, painter of Swift's portrait, 95.
AL. bishops: and landowners, 99-111; and clergy, 111-23; Swift's relations with, 177-88; On the Irish Bishops ( 1732), 111.
AM. Blackburne, Lancelot, Bishop of Exeter, 110.
AN. Bohun, W., of the Middle Temple, writer on tithes, 129.
AO. Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, 1st Viscount, 88, 181.
AP. Bolton, John, vicar of Ratoath and prebendary of Dunlavin, later Dean of Derry, 29-34, 37, 45.
AQ. Bolton, Theophilus, prebendary of Stagonil, Chancellor of St. Patrick's, Bishop of Clonfert, Archbishop of Cashel, 78-80, 83-84, 92-93, 122; relations with Swift, 178-80.
AR. Boulter, Hugh, Archbishop of Armagh, 119, 140, 143, 145-6, 153-5, 171, 173, 175, 180; relations with Swift, 140, 175, 178, 187.
AS. Brett, Jasper, 14 n. 1.
AT. Brice, Edward, first Presbyterian minister at Templecorran, later prebendary of Kilroot, 19.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations Used in the Notes xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • I. Priest and Prebendary 1
  • II. The Dean and His Chapter 68
  • III. Temporalities 96
  • IV. The State of the Establishment 151
  • Conclusion 189
  • Index 197
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