Grandson of Bishop Berkeley; author of Literary Relics (Jan. 1789),
and Enquiry into the Life of Dean Swift (1789). [No ODNB entry.]
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See Sybil Le Brocquy, Cadenus (Dolmen press 1962), remarking Monck
Berkeleys Enquiry into the Life of Dean Swift (1789) attests
that Swift had a son on the information of Richard Brennan, the bell-ringer
at St. Patricks, in whose arms the Dean is said to have breathed
his last. (Le Brocquy, p.39).