Philip LeFanu

From A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878

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LeFanu, Philip, D.D., was descended from a noble Huguenot family, a member of which served as an officer under William III. Philip was born in Ireland, graduated at Trinity College in 1755, and took the degree of D.D. in 1776. He was author of a History of the Council of Constance (Dub. 1787), and the translator of Lettres de Certaines Juives a M. Voltaire (Dub. 1790).

Sources

332. University of Dublin; History, with Biographical Notices. William B. S. Taylor. London, 1845.

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