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Bishop George Murray (1814-27)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 January 2024

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Thursday 2 June 1814

According to the Manks Advertiser of Saturday 4 June (p. 2), a convocation was held at St George's, Douglas, at which John Nelson, vicar of Jurby, was the preacher. Afterwards, the bishop entertained the clergy to lunch at castle Mona.

Thursday 18 May 1815

Thursday 6 June 1816

Thursday 29 May 1817

No records survive for convocations on these statutory dates, though the bishop is known to have been in the island at that time.

Thursday 14 May 1818

Thursday 3 June 1819

Thursday 25 May 1820

Thursday 14 June 1821

The above are the statutory dates, but the bishop was probably off the island in 1818, 1819 and 1821.

Wednesday 26 June 1822

[66] Clergy present:

Thursday 22 May 1823

Thursday 10 June 1824

Thursday 26 May 1825

Thursday 18 May 1826

Thursday 7 June 1827

The above are the statutory dates, but the bishop was off the island in 1824 and 1825, and probably also in 1826.

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Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
First published in: 2024

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