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Right Honourable POWER LEPOER-TRENCH, D.D., Lond ARchbishop of TUAM, with which the Sees of Killala and Achonry are now incorporated; Bishop of Ardagh, and Primate of Ireland, and Metropolitan of Connaught, and P.C. for Ireland, m.
His lordship is uncle of the earl of Clancarty, (see that title,) and was consecrated bishop of Waterford, 1802; translated to Elphin 1810, and to the metropolitan see of Tuam, 1819 Arms of the See—Azure, three persons erect, under as many canopies or stalls of gothic work or, their faces, hands, and legs, roper; the first represents an archbishop abited in his pontificals; the second, the Virgin Mary, a circle of glory over her head, holding in her left arm the infant Jesus, head radiant; the third, an angel, havin his right arm elevated, and under the left arm a lamb, all of the 2d. Tuam Palace, Galway,
Right Honourable RICHARD WHATELY, D.D., LoRD ARchBishop of DUBLIN, and Bishop of Glendelagh, Primate of Ireland, and Metropolitan of Leinster, Chancellor of the Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, Visitor of Trinity College, Dublin, and P.C. for Ireland, m.
Consecrated 1831. . Arms of the See–Azure, an episcopal staff in pale argent; ensigned with a cross patée or, surmounted by a pall of the 2d edged and fringed of the 3. charged with five crosses formée fitchée Sable.
Stephen's Green, Dublin, and Tallagh Castle.