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Archbishop of Canterbury from 1501 until his death. Deane was admitted to the society of Lincoln's Inn in 1489, suggesting a knowledge of common law. On 13 September 1494, he was appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland under Edward Poynings, in which capacity he made the opening address at the Drogheda Parliament of December 1494. When Poynings was recalled in January 1496, Deane was appointed his successor as Deputy Governor, but sour relations with the local clergy led to his removal in August of the same year.
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