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Dr. Walker's noble proCornwall, acknowledged both Houses of ConvoACKENZIE WALCOTT, M.A.
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At the present time, when suffragan bishops are so urgently required to assist the overtasked bishops of England, the following list, taken from my complete, but unpublished "Book of the British Hierarchy," may prove interesting. Well would it be if bishops in bad health, or incapable of efficiently administering their dioceses from their magnitude, were supplied with coadjutors. Churches eminently adapted for being episcopal sees are in every diocese: Westminster for London, Southwell for Lincoln, St. Germains for Cornwall, Bath for Bath and Wells, Bristol for Gloucester and Bristol, St. Alban's for Rochester, Beverley for York, Middleham for Ripon, Coventry for Lichfield, Bury for Norwich, St. Neot's for Ely; while it would be easy to suggest Romsey, Dorchester, Wrexham, Shoreham, Brecon, Shrewsbury, &c., for the remaining sees.
By 28 Henry VIII. c. 14. the following suffragan sees were proposed to be erected: Cambridge, Hull, Berwick, St. Germains, Thetford, Ipswich, Grantham, Huntingdon. Southampton, Guildford, Leicester, Nottingham, Shrewsbury, Penrith, Molton, Bridgwater, Isle of Wight, Colchester, Leicester. The following five were suffragan sees for a time: Taunton, Shaftesbury, Marlborough, Dover, and Bedford. Gloucester, Bristol, Oxford, Peterborough, and Chester, were permanently erected.
Westminster was a bishopric,
In the xxxvth Canon of 1603, suffragans are named as ministering Holy Orders. And in King Charles II.'s Declaration from Breda, he stated his intention to found suffragans in every diocese.
Formerly suffragans were consecrated to serve in the absence of the diocesans on embassies, at court, or attendance on civil affairs. Sometimes they had no titles: they consecrated and recon
ciled churches, administered orders and confirmation. It appears from Strype, that in the Primate's Hall, they occupied an inferior place at table. An Act of Parliament was passed for consecrating coadjutors in Ireland, 1812, 52 Geo. III. c. 62.
Gamaliel, Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1160. (Lincoln.)
1043. Siward, Archbishop of Upsula. (Canterbury.) 1074. Ralph, consecrated to Orkney by the Archbishop and Bishops of Worcester and Lichfield. (York.) 1138. Ralph Howell, Bishop of Orkney. (York.) 1191. John, Bishop of Whitherne. (York.)
Robert Gobson. (York.)
1213. Henry of London, Archbishop of Dublin. (Lichfield.)
1213. Thomas, Bishop of Down, 1213–1237. (Ely.) 1237. Walter de Blakeley, Bishop of Ossory, 1232-1244. (Lincoln.)
William Egmund, an Augustinian; Bishop of Pissinensis. (Lincoln.)
1240. John. (Canterbury.)
1253. Brendan, Bishop of Ardfert, 1237-1242. (Lichfield.)
1259. John de Cheam, Bishop of Glasgow. (Bath and Wells.)
1273. Reginald, Bishop of Cloyne, 1265-1274. (Lincoln.)
1292. Peter, Árchbishop of Lyons. (Lincoln.) 1306. Gilbert, Bishop of Aghadoe. (Worcester.) 1312. John, Bishop of Connor. (Canterbury.) 1824. Stephen Segrave, Archbishop of Armagh. (Lich1323. Roland, Bishop of Angers. (Canterbury.) field.)
Robert le Petit, Chancellor of Exeter. (Exeter.) 1331. Peter, Bishop of Corbona, Hungary: died Jan. 19, 1332; buried in the Franciscan Priory, London. (London.)
Benedict, Augustine of Norwich, Archbishop of
Robert, Bishop of Lamburgh. (Bangor.)
1348. Hugh, Archbishop of (Damestensis). (York.) 1340. Thomas de Brackenbury, a Franciscan, Bishop of Leighlin, 1319-1363. (Ely.)
John Pascal, Carmelite of Ipswich; Bishop of Scu-
1353. William, Bishop of Tusculum. (Bath and Wells.)
1387. Simon, Bishop of Achonry. (Ely, Winton.) 1397. Richard Fitzralph, Archbishop of Armagh. (Lichfield.)
1400. Robert Calder, Bishop of Dunkeld. (Winton.) 1408. Richard Messing, Bishop of Dromore, 1408-10; a Carthusian. (York.)
John, Bishop of Dromore, 1410-19: died 1420. (York.)
John, Rector of Threxton, 1400; Chancellor of Norwich, 1399; Archbishop of Smyrna. (Norwich.)
1411. John Francis, Archbishop of Bourdeaux. (Lincoln.) 1416. Oswald, Bishop of Whitherne. (Durham.) 1422. John, Bishop of Narenta in Dalmatia. [Ste
1422. John Camere, Bishop of Aghadoe. (Worcester.) 1424, April 1. Robert, Bishop of Emly. (Norwich.)