Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol PC DD FRS (1 August 1730, Suffolk – 8 July 1803, Lazio), was an 18th-century Anglican prelate. Elected Bishop of Cloyne in 1767 and translated to the see of Derry in 1768, Hervey served as Lord Bishop of Derry until his death in 1803. As Edward Gibbon remarked "every great man is something of a builder" and the magnificent mansions at Downhill and Ballyscullion bear testimony that Lord Bristol had at least one of the elements of greatness. Accordingly, he became known as the Edifying Bishop or The Earl-Bishop (in allusion to prince-bishop).

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  • Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol PC DD FRS (1 August 1730, Suffolk – 8 July 1803, Lazio), was an 18th-century Anglican prelate. Elected Bishop of Cloyne in 1767 and translated to the see of Derry in 1768, Hervey served as Lord Bishop of Derry until his death in 1803. As Edward Gibbon remarked "every great man is something of a builder" and the magnificent mansions at Downhill and Ballyscullion bear testimony that Lord Bristol had at least one of the elements of greatness. Accordingly, he became known as the Edifying Bishop or The Earl-Bishop (in allusion to prince-bishop). (en)
  • Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4. Earl of Bristol (* 1. August 1730; † 8. Juli 1803 in Albano) war ein britischer Bischof, Kunstliebhaber und Exzentriker. (de)
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  • Baron Hervey and Howard de Walden (en)
  • Bishop of Cloyne; (en)
  • Bishop of Derry; (en)
  • Earl of Bristol; (en)
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  • Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol PC DD FRS (1 August 1730, Suffolk – 8 July 1803, Lazio), was an 18th-century Anglican prelate. Elected Bishop of Cloyne in 1767 and translated to the see of Derry in 1768, Hervey served as Lord Bishop of Derry until his death in 1803. As Edward Gibbon remarked "every great man is something of a builder" and the magnificent mansions at Downhill and Ballyscullion bear testimony that Lord Bristol had at least one of the elements of greatness. Accordingly, he became known as the Edifying Bishop or The Earl-Bishop (in allusion to prince-bishop). (en)
  • Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4. Earl of Bristol (* 1. August 1730; † 8. Juli 1803 in Albano) war ein britischer Bischof, Kunstliebhaber und Exzentriker. (de)
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  • Frederick Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol (en)
  • Frederick Hervey, 4. Earl of Bristol (de)
  • Frederick Hervey, IV conte di Bristol (it)
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