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Anthony Dopping: Notebook

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.711

Scope and Contents

Notes mainly relating to Trinity College, Dublin. Including: disputations and speeches in Trinity College, 1662-83; speech on Irish rebellion, delivered 23 Oct. 1662; speech on death of Lewis Culme; miscellaneous verses, including those upon death of John Bradshaw and upon restoration of Charles II; 'The first beginning of the Presbiterians'; 'Directions to my parishoners July 28 1672'; 'Rules proposed to my selfe in the visiting my parishoners'; note of act for securing property to Anthony Dopping (writer's father) and his heirs in Dublin parliament of 1640; 'The art of short writing (lists of shorthand symbols); copy of letter from Jeremy Taylor, bishop of Down, to Mr Graham, Fellow of TCD, 13 Jan. 1660; values of prebends belonging to St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, 38 Henry VIII; livings in gift of TCD.


  • Creation: 1662-1683 (Circa)


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1 volume(s) (1 volume paper) : paper

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

J. H. Todd Sale, Nov. 1869, lot 1452. Purchased of C. H. Todd, 30 Aug. 1870.

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