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PARR Y, Thomas, colonial Anglican bishop, born in Denbighshire, England, in 1795; died in London, 16 March, 1870. He was graduated at Oxford, held a fellowship in Baliol college, and was subsequently the incumbent of St. Leonard's, Colchester, till 1824, when he became archdeacon of Antigua, W. I Ite was appointed bishop of Barbadoes in 1842 He published " A Pra(;tieal Exposition of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans" (London. 1832); " Parochial Sermons in the West Indies" (1837) ; " Three Charges to the Clergy of Barbadoes" (1843-'6); and " Sermons on Ordination Vows" (1846; with additions, 1857). His wife is the author of " Young Christians' Sunday Evenings" (London, 1838-'57), and other popular religious works for the young.
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