Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 2
Scríobhadh nóta ar lámhscríbhinn i gColáiste na Tríonóide: ‘As Sir James Ware would have it, Daniel in his later years took to drink and tobacco, and died in 1628 disillusioned, having never fulfilled the promise of his youth’ (Alan Ford, The Protestant Reformation in Ireland 1590–1641, 1997).
‘A dominant theme in the work of James Ussher, the First Professor, was controversy with Catholicism, even from his student days, when he set himself the task of reading the whole of the church fathers, so as to be better equipped to demonstrate the rectitude of the protestant position’ (Alan Ford, The Protestant Reformation in Ireland 1590-1641, 1997)