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ciled churches, administered orders and confirmation. It appears from Strype, that in the Primate's Hall, they occupied an interior place at table.
An Act of Parliament was passed for consecrating Although altogether unwilling to occupy with the coadjutors in Ireland, 1812, 52 Geo. III. c. 62. expression of our own feelings the space which we would
Gamaliel, Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1160. (Linmore gladly see filled by the communications of our
coln.) Friends, we cannot resist availing ourselves of the op- 1043. Siwarıl, Archbishop of Upsula. (Canterbury:) portunity afforded us by the commencement of a Volume 1074. Ralph, consecrated to Orkney by the Archbishop to express our gratification at the approval which has at
and Bishops of Worcester and Lichtield. (York.) tended the step of beginning A NEW SERIES, and the no
1138. Ralph Howell, Bishop of Orkney. (York.)
1191. John, Bishop of Whitherne. (York.) less general satisfaction with which the INDEX TO THE Robert Gobson. (York.) First Series has been received. We are glad, too, of 1213. Henry of London, Archbishop of Dublin. (Lichthe opportunity which it presents to us of thanking the
field.) numerous Friends and Contributors to “ NOTES AND
1213. Thomas, Bishop of Down, 1213—1237. (Ely.)
1237. Walter de Blakeley, Bishop of Ossory, 1232—1244. QUERIES,” for their continued and valuable assistance.
(Lincoln.) William Egmund, an Augustinian; Bishop of Pis
1240. John. (Canterbury:) Notes.
1253. Brendan, Bishop of Ardfert, 1237—1242. (Lich
field.) SUFFRAGAN BISHOPS.
1259. John de Cheam, Bishop of Glasgow. (Bath and
Wells.) At the present time, when suffragan bishops 1273. Reginald, Bishop of Cloyne, 1265—1274. (Linare so urgently required to assist the overtasked
coln.) bishops of England, the following list, taken from 1292. Peter, Archbishop of Lyons. (Lincoln.) my complete, but unpublished" Book of the 1306. Gilbert, Bishop of Aghadoe.. (Worcester.) British Hierarchy," may prove interesting. Well
1312. John, Bishop of Connor. (Canterbury.) would it be if bishops in had health, or incapable 1524. Stephen Segrave, Archbishop of Armagh. (Lich
1323. Roland, Bishop of Angers. (Canterbury:) of efficiently administering their dioceses from
field.) their magnitude, were supplied with coadjutors: 1325. Robert le Petit, Chancellor of Exeter. (Exeter.) Churches eminently adapted for being episcopal | 1331. Peter, Bishop of Corbona, Hungary: died Jan. 19, sees are in every diocese: Westminster for Lon.
1332; buried in the Franciscan Priory, London.
(London.) don, Southwell for Lincoln, St. Germains for
Benedict, Augustine of Norwich, Archbishop of Cornwall, Bath for Bath and Wells, Bristol for
Smyrna. (Norwich.) Gloucester and Bristol, St. Alban's for Rochester, Robert, Bishop of Lamburgh. (Bangor.) Beverley for York, Middleham for Ripon, Cor 1348. Hugh, Archbishop of (Damestensis). (York.) ventry for Lichfield, Bury for Norwich, St.
1340. Thomas de Brackenbury, a Franciscan, Bishop of Neot's for Ely; while it would be easy to suggest
Leighlin, 1319–1363. (Ely.)
John Pascal, Carmelite of Ipswich; Bishop of ScuRomsey, Dorchester, Wrexham, Shoreham, Bre
tari; translated to Llandaff. (Norwich.) con, Shrewsbury, &c., for the remaining sees.
Robert Hyntlesham, Bishop of (Sanascopolis). By 28 Henry VIII. c. 14. the following suffra
(Norwich.) gan sees were proposed to be erected : Cambridge, 1353. William, Bishop of Tusculum. ,(Bath and Wells.) Hull
, Berwick, și. Germains, Thetford, Ipswich, 1355. Thomas Bedingfield, Archbishop of Nazareth. Grantham, Huntingdon. Southampton, Guildford, 1382. William Bottlesham, Bishop of Bethlehem; titular Leicester, Nottingham, Shrewsbury, Penrith, Mol- of Raab, in Hungary; translated to Rochester, ton, Bridgwater, Isle of Wight, Colchester, Lei
(Canterbury.) cester. The following five were suffragan sees
1387. Simon, Bishop of Achonry. (Ely, Winton.) for a time: Tunton, Shaftesbury, Marlborough,
1397. Richard Fitzralph, Archbishop of Armagh. (Lich
field.) Dover, and Belford. Gloucester, Bristol, Ox
1400. Robert Calder, Bishop of Dunkeld. (Winton.) ford, Peterborough, and Chester, were perma- 1408. Richard Messing. Bishop of Dromore, 1408-10; a nently erected. Westminster was a bishopric,
Carthusian. (York.) 1540-50.
John, Bishop of Dromore, 1410-19: died 1420. In the xxxvth Canon of 1603, suffragans are
John, Rector of Threxton, 1400; Chancellor of named as ministering Holy Orders. And in King Norwich, 1399; Archbishop of Smyrna. (NorCharles Il.'s Declaration from Breda, he stated
wich.) his intention to found suffragans in every diocese. 1411. John Francis, Archbishop of Bourdeaux. (Lincoln.)
Formerly suffragans were consecrated to serve 1416. Oswald, Bishop of Whitherne. (Durham.) in the absence of the diocesans on embassies, at
1422. John, Bishop of Narenta in Dalmatia. [Stecourt, or attendance on civil affairs. Sometimes 1422. John Camere. Bishop of Aghadoe. (Worcester.)
phanensis. ] (Ely.) they had no titles : they consecrated and recon- 1424, April 1. Robert, Bishop of Emly. (Norwich.)