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( Alias Lacey).
Controversialist (pen-name Clerophilus Alethes), b. in Lincolnshire, 10 November, 1676 or 1678; d. 28 March, 1743. In 1695 he entered the Society of Jesus. For many years he served the Fitzherbert family at Swinnerton, where he is buried. Constable's chief controversial opponents were:
- the Abbé Courayer (1681-1776; Dict. Nat. Biog. XII, 328) who championed Anglican orders, came over to England in 1728, was lionized, and eventually buried in the cloisters of Westminster ; and
- Charles Dodd vere Hugh Tootell , who wrote with a prejudice against Jesuits.
- "Remarks on Courayer's Book in Defense of English Ordinations, wherein their invalidity is fully proved ", an answer to Courayer's "Dissertations" of 1723;
- "The Stratagem Discovered to show that Courayer writes 'Booty', and is only a sham defender of these ordinations", by "Clerophilus Alethes" (8vo, 1729), against Rev. Trapp's "Defense of the Church of England ";
- "Doctrine of Antiquity concerning the Eucharist" by "Clerophilus Alethes" (8vo, 1736);
- "Specimen of Amendments proposed to the Complier of 'The Church History of England' ", by "Clerophilus Alethes" (12mo, 1741);
- "Advice to the Author of 'The Church History of England' ", manuscript at Stonyhurst.
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