Todd, James Henthorne, Dd
Todd, James Henthorne, D.D.
an Irish clergyman, was born in Dublin, April 23, 1805; graduated at Trinity College, and became a fellow there in 1831. He was also regius professor in, and librarian of, the University of Dublin; treasurer and precentor of St. Patrick's Cathedral, and president for five years (the usual term) of the Royal Irish Academy. He was one of the founders of the Irish Archaeological Society. His death took place June 28, 1869. He published, Histoaical Tablets and Medallions, etc. (1828, r. 4to): —Discourses on the Prophecies relating to Antichrist in the Writings of Daniel and St. Paul; Donellen Lecture (Dubl. 1840, 8vo; 1842, 8vo): —Six Discourses on the Prophecies relating to Antichrist in the Apocalypse of St. John; Donellen Lecture (ibid. 1846, 8vo): —Remarks on the Roman Dogma of Infallibility (ibid. 1848, 8vo): —Historical Memoirs of the Successors of St. Patrick and Archbishops of Armagh (ibid. 1861, 2 vols. 8vo): —The Waldensian MSS. preserved in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, etc. (Lond. and Camb.'1865, 8vo). See Allibone, Dict. Of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.