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by Christopher Fauske

Author: Christopher Fauske
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Four Courts Press (February 1, 2004)
Pages: 190 pages
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William King, archbishop of Dublin, was one of the most influential ecclesiastical and political figures of his day - a cleric, theologian and statesman whose struggles to reconcile secular, sectarian and national interests shaped the future of Irish political discourse across.

William King, archbishop of Dublin, was one of the most influential ecclesiastical and political figures of his day - a cleric, theologian and statesman whose struggles to reconcile secular, sectarian and national interests shaped the future of Irish political discourse across all religious and political viewpoints.

William King (1650-1729).

Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish context, 1688-1729. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish context, 1688-1729 from your list? Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish context, 1688-1729. by Christopher J. Fauske. William King (1650-1729). 17th century, 1649-1775, 18th century. Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-185) and index.

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William King (1 May 1650 - 8 May 1729) was an Anglican divine in the Church of Ireland, who was Archbishop of Dublin from 1703 to 1729. He was an author and supported the Glorious Revolution. He had considerable political influence in Ireland, including for a time what amounted to a veto on judicial appointments. King was born in May 1650 in County Antrim; his parents were recent settlers from Aberdeen.

Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish context, 1688–1729. Pp. 190. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.

Contributors from a wide range of humanities, and also business and technology offer 10 essays on the person and work of the influential archbishop of Dublin. Their topics include the treats to the Church of Ireland during the reign of James II, his defense of protestant office-holders in 1689-90, p.

William King as bishop and parliamentarian, i6gi-y PHILIP O'REGAN. The Irish pragmatist DAVID BERMAN

William King and the threats to the Church of Ireland during the reign ofJames II. ANDREW CARPENTER. A remora to King James' affairs: William King's defence ofprotestant office-holders, i68g-go. William King as bishop and parliamentarian, i6gi-y PHILIP O'REGAN. William King - European man ofletters JOSEPH RICHARDSON. The Irish pragmatist DAVID BERMAN. The strange case ofDr King and Mr Hutcheson MICHAEL BROWN. William King and the idea of 'improvement' SUSAN REILLY. The Synge family and the limits oftoleration MARIE-LOUISE LEGG. C. Ivar McGrath and Christopher Fauske. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2008.

Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish Context, 1688-1729 (E. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003. Jonathan Swift and the Church of Ireland, 1710-24 Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2002. Chapters in books: A System Illusory and Immoral: Jonathan Swift and the Emergence of the Modern Economic Polity. In Speculation and Displacement. Fauske CV, 3 of 6 Misunderstanding What Swift Misunderstood or, the Economy of a Province. In Money, Power, and Print: Interdisciplinary Studies on the Financial Revolution in the British Isles.

Fauske, Christopher, ed. "Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish Context, 1688-1729"; 2004, Four Courts Press, ISBN . "Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish Context, 1688-1729"; 2004, Four Courts Press, ISBN 1-85182-681-5. Fauske, Christopher, "A Political Biography of William King"; 2011, Chatto and Pickering, ISBN 978-1-84893-010-0. Preceded by Ezekiel Hopkins.

William King, archbishop of Dublin, was one of the most influential ecclesiastical and political figures of his day - a cleric, theologian and statesman whose struggles to reconcile secular, sectarian and national interests shaped the future of Irish political discourse across all religious and political viewpoints. This collection brings together essays from a range of established and emerging scholars to illuminate the complexity of King's character and intellect.