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MULVANY, Charles Pelham, Canadian clergyman, born in Dublin, Ireland, 20 May, 1835: died in Toronto, Canada, 31 May, 1885. He was graduated at Trinity college, Dublin, and served several years in the English navy as surgeon. He then was made deacon in the Church of England in 1868, and ordained priest by the bishop of Ontario in 1872. For some time he was assistant professor of classics in Lenoxville, where he conducted the "Students' Monthly." Subsequently he was curate in various parishes. The latter years of his life were given to literature. He contributed prose and verse to magazines and was the author of "Lyrics of History and Life" (1880) ; "History of the County of Brant, Ontario" (Brantford, 1883) ; "Toronto--Past and Present," a hand-book of the city (Toronto, 1884) ; and " The History of the Northwest Rebellion of 1885" (1885). At the time of his death he was preparing a "History of Liberalism in Canada."
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