Vicar Apostolic Of The Northern District (England)
The Vicar Apostolic of the Northern District was the title given to the Bishop who, between 1688 and 1850, headed the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Church in England known as the Vicariate Apostolic of the Northern District.
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... The last VicarApostolic of the NorthernDistrict was Bishop William Hogarth, who on 30 September 1850 was assigned the title of bishop of Hexham ...
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