WRIGHT, Charles Henry Hamilton. 7394



A series of three Autograph Letters Signed, describing his published works, pamphlets etc., advising on Irish theologians and theological publications. 10 pp. 8 x 5 inches, in good condition. Antrim Road, Belfast, 15 & 22 September, 3 October 1883. “The Roman Catholics have done nothing for theology.” Charles Henry Hamilton Wright (1836–1909), Irish theologian and Hebraist. One of the last great militant Protestants, Wright devoted himself with conspicuous ability to the cause of the Protestant Reformation Society, of which he was clerical superintendent from 1898 to 1907. His prolific writings against Roman Catholicism were published in pamphlet form and also in A Protestant Dictionary (1904), of which he was joint editor.