Edward Vaughan Kenealy

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Edward Vaughan Kenealy
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From "Memoirs of Edward Vaughan Kenealy, LL. D." (1909)
Born Edward Vaughan Hyde Kenealy
2 July 1819(1819-07-02)
Cork, Munster, Ireland
Died 16 April 1880 (60)
Hove, East Sussex, England
Burial Saint Helen's Churchyard, Hangleton, England
Alma mater Trinity College, Dublin (LL.B., 1846; LL.D., 1850)
Affiliations Magna Charta Association

Edward Vaughan Hyde Kenealy (July 2, 1819 - April 16, 1880) was an Irish barrister, author, poet, and religious visionary, described as the Twelfth Messenger of God and hailed as the Imaum Mahidi by his follower C. W. Hillyear.

Selected Bibliography

  • Kenealy, Edward (1845), Brallaghan, or The Deipnosophists, London: E. Churton 
  • Kenealy, Edward (1850), Goethe: a New Pantomime, London: Printed by Levey, Robinson, and Franklyn 
  • Kenealy, Edward Vaughan (1863), A New Pantomime, London: Reeves and Turner 
  • Kenealy, Edward Vaughan (1864), Poems and Translations, London: Reeves and Turner 
  • Edward Wortley Montagu, An Autobiography, I-III, London: T. Cautley Newby, 1869 
  • Kenealy, Edward Vaughan (1875), The Poetical Works of Edward Vaughan Kenealy, First, London: Englishman Office 
  • Kenealy, Edward Vaughan (1878), The Poetical Works of Edward Vaughan Kenealy, Second, London: Englishman Office 
  • Kenealy, Edward Vaughan (1879), The Poetical Works of Edward Vaughan Kenealy, Third, London: Englishman Office 
  • The Trial At Bar of Sir Roger C. D. Tichborne: Bart., In the Court of Queen's Bench At Westminster, Before Lord Chief Justice Cockburn, Mr. Justice Mellor, & Mr. Justice Lush, for Perjury, Commencing Wednesday, April 23, 1873, And Ending Saturday, February 28, 1874. To Which Is Prefixed a Biographical Sketch of the Defendant. Dedicated to Her Majesty the Queen., I-VIII, 1875-1880 

The Apocalypse and the Messengers of God

  • ⊙ (1867), The Book of God: The Apocalypse of Adam-Oannes, 1, London: Reeves & Turner 
  • ⊙ (1870), The Book of God: An Introduction to the Apocalypse, 2, London: Trübner & Co. 
  • ⊙ (1870), The Book of God: A Commentary on the Apocalypse, 3, London: Trübner & Co. 
  • ⊙ (1872), Enoch, the Second Messenger of God, London: Trübner & Co. 
  • ⊙ (1878), Fo, the Third Messenger of God, London: Englishman Office 

Posthumous