Prout, Father
Prout, Father
The name by which Irish author Father Francis Mahony is generally known

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  • PROUT, FATHER —    See MAHONY, FRANCIS …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Prout, Father —    see Mahony, Francis Sylvester …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Father Prout —     Father Prout     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Father Prout     The name by which the Rev. Francis Sylvester Mahony (O Mahony), author of The Bells of Shandon , is generally known; b. at Cork, 31 Dec., 1804; d. in Paris, 18 May, 1866. Educated at …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Prout — may refer to: * PROUT, Progressive utilization theory * Prout CollegePeople with the surname Prout: * Richard Prout * William Prout (1785 ndash;1850), chemist * Samuel Prout * George Prout * John Skinner Prout * Gavin Prout * Kirsten Prout *… …   Wikipedia

  • Prout — Der Name Prout kann sich auf folgende Personen beziehen: Christopher Prout, Baron Kingsland (1942–2009), britischer Politiker Louis Beethoven Prout, britischer Entomologe William Prout (1785–1850), englischer Chemiker Father Prout, siehe Francis… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • PROUT, SAMUEL —    eminent English water colour artist, born at Plymouth; had from a child an irrepressible penchant for drawing, which, though discouraged at first by his father, was fostered by his schoolmaster; was patronised by Britton the antiquary, and… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Reliques of Father Prout — Father Prout was the pseudonym of Reverend Francis Sylvester Mahony who gave up his clerical position for a literary career. His Prout Papers in Fraser s Magazine were popular. Mahony at one point was director of the magazine. During the last… …   Wikipedia

  • Elizabeth Prout — Servant of God Sister Elizabeth Prout, known as Mother Mary Joseph of Jesus, (September 2, 1820 January 11, 1864). Founder of the Roman Catholic religious order the ‘Institute of the Holy Family’, later known as the Passionists the Sisters of the …   Wikipedia

  • Mahony, Francis Sylvester (Father Prout) — (1804 1866)    Humorist, b. at Cork, and ed. at the Jesuit Coll. at Clongoweswood, Co. Kildare, at Amiens, and at Rome, becoming a member of the society, was Prof. of Rhetoric at Clongoweswood, but was soon after expelled from the order. He then… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Ebenezer Prout — (b. Oundle, March 1 1835, d. London, December 1 1909), was an English musical theorist, writer, teacher and composer, whose instruction, afterwards embodied in a series of standard works, underpinned the work of many British musicians of… …   Wikipedia

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