Archbishop of Dublin

Dr. William King, between him and Swift the relations were generally good, although they differed widely in political opinion, and still more in temperament. Swift often resented the arrogant tone which King, by virtue of his higher position, was apt to assume. In later years a common detestation of Walpole's government made their relations more cordial.

Note by Heny Craik to Letter 2 from Journal To Stella
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