2 edition of The Ussher memoirs found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Rev. Wm. Ball Wright .|
|Contributions||Betham, William, Sir, 1779-1853|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., xi, 306,  p.|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||15006734|
Mention of it is made in the book by the book published by Rev. WM Ball Wright, M.A., T.C.D., in entitled The Ussher Memoirs. The Ushers of Massachusetts appear to . Covering history from the beginning through the first century A.D., Ussher relates both famous accounts and little known events in the lives of the .
John Ussher, born , succ to Donnybrook, produced the first book ever printed in Irish, "Aibidil Gaoidheilge agus Caiticiosma" ("Irish alphabet and catechism", of the Church of Ireland), printed in by John Kearney. The Ussher Memoirs, however, compiled by the Rev. W. Ball Wright cast much light on the history of the Ussher family in its wide and important ramifications. The present volume is an effort to place the Irish Primate before the reader as he was, in his day a great ecclesiastic, a profound scholar, and a much-tried Churchman.
USSHER, HENRY (?–), archbishop of Armagh, second of five sons of Thomas Ussher by Margaret (d. January ), daughter of Henry Geydon, alderman of Dublin, was born in Dublin about Ambrose Ussher [q. v.] and James Ussher [q. v.], sons of his brother Arland, were his nephews. Ussher or Usher, James both: ŭsh´ər [key], –, Irish prelate and scholar. While a fellow (–) of Trinity College, Dublin, he was ordained (). By he was chancellor of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. In a convocation of clergy called upon him to draft the articles.
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The Ussher memoirs or, Genealogical memoirs of the Ussher families in Ireland (with appendix, pedigree and index of names), compiled from public and private sources by William Ball Wright. Published by Sealy, Bryers & Walker in Dublin.
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Extracts from the letters of Elizabeth, Lucy, Judith, and Susanna Ussher, late of the city of Waterford: to which is subjoined a short memoir of their mother Elizabeth Ussher. First published inKaren Blixen’s account of her 17 years living on a plantation in Kenya is an essential volume for any memoir collection.
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The Whole Works Most Rev James Ussher D D Vol 16 of 17 Book Summary: Excerpt from The Whole Works, Most Rev. James Ussher, D.D, Vol. 16 of Lord Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate of All Ireland Now for the First Time Collected, With a Life of the Author, and an Account of His Writings In this volume the collection of letters published by Dr.
Parr is concluded. Excerpt from Memoirs of the Geological Survey; England and Wales: The Geology of Parts of North Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire (Explanation of Sheet 86) The other rivers, though of local importance, are much smaller.
Commencing on the north of the Humber, there is the Hull, which joins the Humber at Hull (more correctly Kingston-upon Hull); this stream drains the low-lands of Holderness and Format: Pasta blanda.
Foxe’s famous book was based, He is recorded in the ‘The Ussher memoirs; or, Genealogical memoirs of the Ussher families in Ireland’ as requesting James Ussher, to preach at his funeral, for whom, as an ecclesiastical historian, this work would have been of the greatest interest.
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UBuildABook is also a great way to preserve your memories. VIII.—On a Syriac MS. belonging to the Collection of Archbishop Ussher. By the Very Rev.
John Gwynn, D.D. [Read, May10, ] It haslongbeena current statement in works onthe criticism of the New Testament, that Archbishop Ussher possessed a MS.
unique in containing the entire NewTestament in Syriac. The existence of such a MS. has.Carr, The Life and Times of James Ussher, The reprint of The Annals of the World by Master Books (referenced below) is pages long.
Pierce, L. Editor’s Preface. In Ussher, J. The Annals of the World. Green Forest, AR: Master Books, 5. Gregory, The Darwinian Revolution, Carr, The Life and Times of James Ussher, Ussher and his American hospital lay inside Armenian lines, which were pounded by Ottoman artillery for several weeks.
The siege came to an end when the Russians occupied the city. Ussher's memoirs of this period are complemented by Grace Knapp's The Tragedy of Bitlis, and Rafael de Nogales's Four Years Beneath the Crescent.