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16591743
an English Jesuit. During the wars in Ireland, after the revolution of 1688, he held a captain's commission in King James's army. Being engaged in a duel which proved fatal to his antagonist, he was seized with remorse and determined to enter the religious state. He wrote a treatise on ‘The Way to Happiness,’ 1726, 8vo; 2nd edit. London, 1772, 8vo. His full-length portrait, pointing to his sword thrown upon the ground, was formerly hung in the hall at Eccleston.
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