Donellan Lecture

Donellan Lecture a course of lectures founded by the provost and senior fellows of Trinitv College, Dublin, in fulfillment of a legacy of £1243, left by will, dated February 22, 1794, to that college, by Mrs. Anne Donellan, "for the encouragement of religion, learning, and good manners." The lecturer is elected annually on the 20th of November — the subject to be determined at the time of election by the board — and the course consists of six sermons, delivered in the college chapel after morning service. Among the lectures printed are Graves, Lectures on the Pentateuch (1807, 2 volumes, 8vo, London); Sadleir, On the Dispensations (Dublin, 1822, 2 volumes, 8vo); Kennedy-Baillie, The Mosaic Record of Creation (London, 1826, 8vo); Todd, The Prophecies relating to Antichrist (Dublin, 1840-46, 2 volumes, 8vo); McDonnell, On the Atonement.

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