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Richard Chenevix Trench (1807–1886)

Trench, Richard Chenevix. An eminent British philologist and essayist; born in Dublin, Sept. 5, 1807; died in London, March 28, 1886. He was dean of Westminster, 1856–63; archbishop of Dublin from 1864. Among many works may be mentioned: ‘Poems from Eastern Sources’ (1842); ‘Elegiac Poems’ (1846); ‘Poems Collected and Arranged Anew’ (1865); ‘Notes on the Parables of our Lord’ (1841); ‘Notes on the Miracles of our Lord’ (1846); ‘On the Study of Words’ (1851); ‘English Past and Present’ (1855–81); ‘The Authorized Version of the New Testament, in Connection with some Recent Proposals for Its Revision’ (1858); ‘Select Glossary of English Words Used Formerly in Senses Different from their Present’ (1859); ‘Studies on the Gospels’ (1867); ‘Lectures on Mediæval Church History’ (1877). He edited several volumes of poetry, and ‘Remains of the late Mrs. Richard Trench,’ his mother (1862).