Later, she was made an archdeacon after her work with the homeless in Dublin.
Indeed, the archdeacon cared to be in no house in which those around him were supposed to be bigger than himself.
The archdeacon was there with his head up, talking loudly to Lady Robert.
The scene in the house of the archdeacon of Bangor is too exquisite for any one to desire it to be proved a fable.
As soon as the company were seated the archdeacon rose and coughed loudly.
As for the archdeacon, when the other was gone, he sat down silently on his abandoned chair.
"I thought of doing so myself," said the archdeacon with a meek smile.
There was an aged negro man present, who was noticed with marked attention by the archdeacon, the Rector and other clergymen.
It included archdeacon Wealthy, who served as its spokesman.
Lady Lufton, when the apparent impropriety was pointed out to her by no less a person than archdeacon Grantly, ridiculed the idea.