Hunter, Michael





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Hunter, Michael, “Boyle, Narcissus Marsh, and the Anglo-Irish intellectual scene in the late 17th century”, in: Hunter, Michael, Boyle studies: aspects of the life and thought of Robert Boyle (1527–91), Farnham: Ashgate, 2015. 81–130.

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“Boyle, Narcissus Marsh, and the Anglo-Irish intellectual scene in the late 17th century”
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81–130
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2015
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Hunter, Michael, “Boyle, Narcissus Marsh, and the Anglo-Irish intellectual scene in the late 17th century”, in: McCarthy, Muriel, and Ann Simmons (eds), The making of Marsh’s Library: learning, politics and religion in Ireland, 1650–1750, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004. 51–75.
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Robert BoyleBoyle (Robert)
(1627–1691)
Anglo-Irish scientist, natural philosopher, a son of Richard, first earl of Cork (d. 1643); a devout Anglican who financed the printing of the Irish Bible.
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Narcissus MarshMarsh (Narcissus)
(1638–1713)
English churchman in the Church of Ireland, who served as bishop of Ferns and Leighlin (1683–1689), archbishop of Cashel (1691–1694), archbishop of Dublin (1694–1703) and finally as archbishop of Armagh (1703–1713). He founded Marsh's Library in Dublin.
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Andrew SallSall (Andrew)
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James UssherUssher (James)
(1581–1656)
Anglican archbishop of Armagh known for his scholarship on a variety of subjects, including history and theology
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