Author:Jonathan Smedley

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Jonathan Smedley
(1671–1729)
Jonathan Smedley was an Anglo-Irish churchman who became Dean of Clogher in 1724. He was an opportunist and satirical victim who engaged in a polemic with Jonathan Swift and the forces of the Tory party.

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