Author:Richard Chenevix Trench

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Richard Chenevix Trench
(1807–1886)
Anglo-Irish theologian and poet; Archbishop of Dublin; Primate of the Irish Church
Richard Chenevix Trench

Works[edit]

  • On the Study of Words (1851)
  • The Fitness of the Holy Scripture (1854)
  • English Past and Present (1855)
  • Select Glossary of English Words (1859)
  • Hulsean Lectures
  • Notes on the Parables (1841)
  • Notes on the Miracles (1846)
  • Calderon, his Life and Genius (1856)
  • Life's a dream. The great theatre of the world (1856)
  • On the Authorized Version of the New Testament (1858)
  • A Select Glossary of English Words used formerly in Senses Different from their Present (1860)
  • Sermons Preached in Westminster Abbey (1860)
  • Notes on the Parables of Our Lord (1861)
  • Plutarch, his Life, and his Lives and his Morals (1873)
  • Proverbs and their Lessons (1861)
  • Studies in the Gospels (1874)
  • Synonyms of the New Testament (1880)
  • Brief Thoughts and Meditations on Some Passages in Holy Scripture (1884)
  • Lectures on Medieval Church History (1886)

Papers and Essays[edit]

  • On some Deficiencies in our English Dictionaries (1857)

Poetry[edit]

  • Poems (1865)
  • A Household Book of English Poetry (1868)
  • Sacred Latin Poetry (1874)
  • Poems from Eastern Sources (1851)
  • The Story of Justin Martyr
  • Sabbation

Works about Trench[edit]


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