for three terms Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. He was also the first judge to hold the position of Recorder of Dublin. In 1570 he recommended to Parliament, in a speech which he delivered at the prorogation, a system of national education for Ireland, proposing the establishment of grammar schools throughout the country. At the same time he suggested the formation of at Dublin such as was inaugurated by the foundation of Trinity College Dublin a few years later. The speech is said to have been printed.
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