Edward Synge

Date 1691 - 1762
Biographical NotesSon of Edward Synge (1659–1741), archbishop of Tuam. Church of Ireland Bishop of Elphin. Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, later chancellor of St. Patrick's, Dublin, later bishop of Clonfert, Cloyne, Ferns & Leighlin and finally Elphin. Author of a number of theological texts. Correspondence published by Marie-Louise Legg. Close to Molesworth, Shaftesbury and Chesterfield. See Dictionary of Irish Biography.
Work(s)Author of [On Travel, in Synge's Some rules] (1736) in Some Rules for the Conduct of Human Life, Chiefly done from the Latin of J. A. Comenius: Shewing the way of Living