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Who is Alfred Barry?
Alfred Barry: Dr. Alfred Barry was the Third Bishop of Sydney, who over the course of his career served as headmaster of several independent schools, Principal of King's College London, and founded several prominent Anglican schools.
- born on (189 years ago), child of Charles Barry
- died on (105 years ago) in Windsor
- written works: "A sermon preached at the Church of St. Peter, Belsize Park", "Masters In English Theology", "The parables of the Old Testament", "Progress in knowledge through love", "Religion For Every Day", "England's mission to India", "The manifold witness for Christ", "Some lights of science on the faith", "What is natural theology?", "The teacher's prayer book, being The Book of common prayer, with introductions, analyses, notes, and a commentary upon the psalter, and a glossary", "The ecclesiastical expansion of England in the growth of the Anglican communion", "The Psalter", "The life and works of Sir Charles Barry, R.A., F.R.S.", "First words in Australia: Sermons preached in April and May 1884"
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by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham
ALFRED BARRY, D.D., Principal of King's College, London, and Canon of Worcester. A.B.C.D. MissA.B.C.DUNBAR. A.E. Rev. A. EDERSHEIM, D.D., Ph.D., Vicar of Loders, Bridport. A.H.D.A. ARTHUR HERBERT DYKE ACLAND,M. A., ...
A-clu by Joseph Thomas
Alfred Barry, 1867. Bar'ry, (Sir David,) a learned physician, born in the county of Roscommon, Ireland, in 1780, was the author of "Researches on the Influence exercised by Atmospheric Pressure upon the Progression of the Blood in the Veins ...
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