was given 24th June^; he was confirmed 31'd July, and consecrated 4th July ^1, and the temporalities were restored to him 7th July 5-. He was translated to Lichfield and Coventry in 1769. 1769 John Ewer, hishop of Llmidaff, was elected to Bangor
Geo. III. 20th Dec. 1768, and confirmed loth Jan. 1769. He died 28th Oct. 1774. 1775 John Moore, dean of Canterbury, was elected 12th
jGeo.lil. Jan. 1775; he was confirmed loth Feb., and conse- crated 12th Feb.^-^ He was translated to Canterbury in J 783. 1783 John Warren, bishop of St. David s, was elected to
jGeo.Ill. Bangor 15th May 1783, pursuant to the conge d'elire of the 26th April, and the royal assent was given to his election 28th May. He was confirmed 9th June^*^ and the temporalities were restored to him nth June ^5^ He died 27th Jan. 1800. 1800 William Cleaver, bishop of Chester, was elected to
Geo.lll. Bangor 12th May 1800, pursuant to the conge d'elire of the 29th March 1800. The royal assent to his election was given 15th May 1800. He was confirmed 24th May^^, and the temporalities were restored to him on the 28th of the same month ^". He was trans- lated to St. Asaph. 1806 John Ranholvh, bishop of Oxford, was nominated 26th
Geo.lii. Nov. 1806, and elected 17th Dec, pursuant to the conge d'elire of 13th Dec. The royal assent to his election was given on the 20th of that month. He was confirmed 6th Jan. 1807 ^s, and the temporalities were restored to him 9th Jan. He was translated to London in 1809.
1809 Henry William Majendie, bishoj) of Chester, was
Geo.lll. elected to Bangor 8th Sept., pursuant to the conge
50 Church Book, Home Office. ^^ Church Book, Home Office.
^1 Reg. Herring, fol. 255. ^6 Rgg. Moore.
52 Church Book, Home Office. ^7 Church Book, Home Office.
53 Reg. CormvalUs, fol. 204. 8 j^eg_ Sutton.
54 Reg. Moore.