1707, per mort. Jane 7. Ob. on or about 4th April 1720.
John Waugh, vice Chetwood^ 4th Aug. 1720^^. He was consecrated bishop of Carlisle 13th Oct. 1723.
John Frankland, vice Waugh ; he was nominated 5th Dec. 1723, and installed 12th Feb. 1723-4^1. He resigned in 1729.
Peter Allix, 28th April 1729^2, vice Frankland.
Daniel Newcombe, 28tli Oct. 1730^^^ vice Peter Allix. Ob. 3rd March 1758.
JosiAH Tucker, 13th July 1758^^, vice Daniel New- combe. Ob. 4th Nov. 1799, setat. 88.
John Luxmoore, i6th Jan. 1800^^ vice Josiah Tucker.
John Plumbtree, 14th April 1808 ^^^ vice John Lux- moore, promoted to the see of Hereford. Ob. 26th Nov. 1825, setat. 72.
Edward Rice, the present dean of Gloucester, was no- minated 19th Dec. 1825, and collated 19th Jan. 1826, vice Dr. John Plumbtree, deceased.
��GLOUCESTER AND BRISTOL.*
John Lamb, installed 20th Oct. 1837, vice Thomas Musgrave, dean of Bristol, promoted. Ob. 19th April 1850, setat. 61.
Gilbert Elliott, the present dean of Bristol, was in- stalled 2ist May 1850, vice John Lamb.
��ARCHDEACONS OF GLOUCESTER
since its separation from WORCESTER.
Nicholas Wotton, LL.D., the \diS,i archdeacon of Glou- cester while part of the see of Worcester, was appointed by the charter of erection, dated 3rd Sept. 1541 ^7.
John Williams possessed this dignity i5tli Sept. 1554, and died in Dec. 1558,
79 Reg. Glouc, Lamb and Dr. Elliott ought pro-
80 Bishops' Certificates. perly to have appeared under the ^^ Ibid, 82 Ibid. diocese of Bristol, as those dean- 83 Ibid. 84 Ibid. eries are distinct though the sees 85 Ibid. 86 Ibid. are united.
- The appointments of Dr. 87 Rymer, vol. xiv. p. 728.