History of Saint Paul's Cathedral, in London, from Its Foundation Etc. with a Continuation and Additions. by Henry Ellis

History of Saint Paul's Cathedral, in London, from Its Foundation Etc. with a Continuation and Additions. by Henry Ellis

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1818 edition. Excerpt: ...was promoted to the archbishoprick of York. He died of the small pox at Bishop's Thorpe, April 11th, 1686. William Masters was collated Feb. 24th, 1666; on the promotion of his predecessor to the see of Rochester. He was the second son of Sir William Masters, of Cirencester in Gloucestershire; and had previously held the prebend of Chamberlain-Wood. He was also rector of Woodford in Essex. William Stanley, B. D. succeeded Sept 18th, 1684. He was presented to the church of Raine parva in Essex in 1681: and was afterwards admitted to the church of St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street. Joseph Steadman, D. D. was collated October 25th, 1731. Thomas Jackson, M. A. succeeded April 20th, 1732. Samuel Nicolls, LL. D. was collated April 21st, 1749 Pulter Forrester, M. A. Dec, 9th, 1756. John Sturges, M. A. August 28th, 1778. 1793; of St. Asaph, 1802. He died Oct. 4th, Benjamin Wheeler, D.D. July 1 lth,1783. 1805. Samuel Horsley, D. D. August 8th, 1783. Thomas Winstanley, M. A. May 17th, Bishop of St. David's, 1788; of Rochester, 1794. The corps of this prebend also lies in the parish of Cadington in Bedfordshire. It is rated in the King's Books at, 6. 0. 0. PrcfeenDartea. Theobaldus, or Tethbald, occurs in 1103; and again in 1111. Odo occurs in 1132. Parisius, who is called " Nepos Roberti Pulli," occurs in 1183. William De Hely, or Ely; who was also the king's treasurer. He occurs as canon of St. Pauls in 1192. Matthew Paris places his death in 1223. Hugh De London; who was also archdeacon of Colchester. He died in 1238. William De Sancte Mari.e Ecclesia; who has been already noticed in the account of the deans of St. Paul's. Robert De Passelew. He was in great favour with King Henry the third; who, in 1243, during the vacancy of the see of...show more

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