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WHEN, in 1871, the Third Volume of this work was published, a hope was entertained that the Second, which had been delayed by the illness of the Editor, might soon follow it. The death of Mr. Haddan, by which the whole Church of England suffers a severe loss, has summarily disappointed that expectation. The present portion of the work, comprising the documentary history of three out of the four Churches whose records were to form the second volume, was completed by Mr. Haddan some time before his death; and a small part of the eighth, the Irish, division, had likewise passed through the Press. As some considerable delay must occur before this can be finished, it has seemed good to publish at once the first half of the volume. It has a completeness of its own, and although illustrating and illustrated by the portion that is to follow, may very well be given to the world by itself. This is now done in accordance with the expressed wishes of some of the most eminent Scottish antiquaries. The remainder of the volume will be proceeded with as soon as possible.
Foundation of the See of Glasgow by S. Kentegern
Lands granted to Wilfrid in Lancashire
Council of Rome. Wilfrid answers there for the faith of Britons, etc.
English Cumbria taken from Glasgow and united (in part) to Lindis-
Strathclyde Britons apparently adopt the Roman Easter
A Bishop of Strathclyde (?) at a Roman Council
Anglian See of Whitherne or Candida Casa
Letter of Alcuin to the Monks of Whitherne
Eardulf of Lindisfarne still claims Carlisle as within his diocese
Cumberland, and possibly Whitherne, still seemingly regarded as An-
Period the Second. Until the Church of Cumbria was united, partly to
Bishops of Glasgow consecrated by Kinsi Archbishop of York.
Council of Windsor. Compact between Archbishops Lanfranc and
Nunnery of Armethwaite founded by William Rufus.
English Cumbria (together with Hexhamshire) and Teviotdale taken
from Durham; the former assigned to York, the latter to Glasgow
Pope Paschal II. to the Suffragans of York (referred to)
A British Bishop of (apparently) Strathclyde
Augustinian Canons established at Carlisle by Henry I.
A Bishop of Glasgow consecrated by Thomas II. of York
Claim of York over Glasgow, and of Durham over Teviotdale, still
Benedictine Abbey of Selkirk, afterwards (1128) of Kelso, founded
Consecration of John to the See of Glasgow by Pope Paschal II.
Augustinian Monastery of Jedburgh founded
Pope Gelasius II. to John Bishop of Glasgow (not preserved)
Pope Calixtus II. to the Scottish Bishops (referred to)
1120 or 1121. Inquisition into the lands of the See of Glasgow under David Prince
Pope Calixtus II. to John Bishop of Glasgow
John of Glasgow suspended by Thurstin Archbishop of York, etc.
Pope Calixtus II. to Thurstin Archbishop of York
Pope Calixtus II. to John Bishop of Glasgow
King David's grant of the tithe of his chan to Glasgow Bishopric
Abbeys of Soulseat, Holywood, etc., founded in Galloway
1126 x 1140. Profession of Gilla-Aldan Bishop of Candida Casa to Archbishop
1125 x 1160.
Cause between the Scottish Bishops and Thurstin deferred
Pope Innocent II. to John Bishop of Glasgow
First Bishop of Carlisle, and in subjection to York
Cistercian Abbey of Calder founded.
1134 or 1135. Pope Innocent II. to Thurstin Archbishop of York
Refoundation of Melrose, by King David .
Dedication of Glasgow Cathedral
Pope Innocent II. to William Archbishop of Canterbury
Pope Innocent II. to Thurstin Archbishop of York
Pope Innocent II. to Stephen King of England.
Council at Carlisle under the Legate Alberic
Abbeys of Kilwinning and Lismahago, and the Maison Dieu at Rox-
Herbert Bishop of Glasgow consecrated by the Pope at Auxerre
1147 X 1164. Constitutions of Bishop Herbert for Glasgow Cathedral after the
custom of Sarum .
Foundation of the Abbeys of Holmcultram and Dryburgh
Christian of Whitherne consecrated under the authority of the Arch-
Bull of Pope Adrian IV. to the Scottish Bishops (referred to)
Cluniac Abbey of Paisley founded
Attempted Legatine Scottish Council at Norham Castle
Ingelram Bishop of Glasgow consecrated by the Pope at Sens
Pope Alexander III. to the Canons of Glasgow
Augustinian Abbey of Lanercost founded .
Bull of Alexander III. declaring Glasgow an independent See (re-
Pope Alexander to the Abbats, etc., patrons of benefices in the diocese
Privilege of Pope Alexander III. for the See of Glasgow (referred to)
Election of Bishop Jocelyn to the See of Glasgow
Treaty of Falaise (referred to)
Confirmation and Consecration (by the Papal Legate at Clairvaux) of
Privilege of Pope Alexander III. to Bishop Jocelyn of Glasgow
Bull of Alexander III. enjoining obedience to Bishop Jocelyn .
Privilege of Alexander III. declaring Glasgow immediately dependent
Bulls of Alexander III. to the Scottish Bishops (referred to)
Conference at York (referred to)
Council of Northampton (referred to)
Christian of Whitherne suspended by Cardinal Vivian for refusing to
attend the Council of Edinburgh
Bull of Alexander III. repeating the privilege granted to the See of
Completion of Glasgow Cathedral
Bull of Lucius III. repeating the privilege granted to the See of Glas-
Bull of Lucius III. to Glasgow respecting patronage
Attempt to renew the See of Carlisle after thirty years' vacancy
Privilege of Urban III. to the Bishops of Glasgow
Bull of Urban III. repeating the privilege granted to the See of Glas-
Bull of Clement III. declaring the Church of Scotland (including
Glasgow but omitting Galloway) to be independent (referred to).
Appendix A. Sepulchral Christian Inscribed Stones, and other
Monuments, in Scottish and English Cumbria,
B. Bishopric of Candida Casa or Whitherne, as sub-
ject ecclesiastically to York, A.D. 1188–1472 .
C. Bishop of Glasgow in subjection to York, A. D.
VI. BRITISH CHURCHES ABROAD. i. BRITISH CHURCH IN ARMORICA
UNTIL THE SUPPRESSION OF BRITISH CUSTOMS THERE, A.D. 387-818.
ii. BRITISH SEE AT BRETONA IN GALLICIA, A.D. 569-830
Immigration of Britons into Brittany under Maclou, Maglorius, etc.
Council of Tours asserts the supremacy of Tours over Brittany.