Doyle, James Warren
Doyle, James Warren a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland, was born in 1786 at New Ross, near Wexford, and was appointed bishop of Kildare in 1819. He was a copious writer on controversial topics, and in the Emancipation movement was one of the most valuable coadjutors of O'Connell. He died June 15, 1834. For his testimony before the Lords Commissioners, March 11, 1825, as to the symbolical books of the Roman Catholic Church, see Elliott, Delineation of Romanism, book 1, chapter 1; and for some severe criticisms on bishop Doyle, see the same. work (Lond. edit.), book 3, chapter 3. His Life, by Fitzpatrick, was republished in Boston in 1862.