Edward Synge Bibliography

The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge, late Lord Archbishop of Tuam in Ireland 1744
Four volumes, comprising thirty-four sermons and tracts, separately published and in various editions, with some printed as late as 1755; thirty-one are printed for Thomas Trye, and three for Richard Williamson.Edward Synge (1659-1741), established a reputation as one of the most industrious clergymen and popular preachers in the city of Dublin. “It has been said of Synge that his life was as exemplary as his writings were instructive; that what he wrote he believed, and what he believed he practised. As the son of one bishop, the nephew of another, himself an archbishop, and the father of two other bishops, his position in ecclesiastical biography is probably unique.”