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The Arms are those of the See of London, impaling Howley, for William Howley, 1766-1848. He was educated at Winchester and New College Oxford, MA 1791, DD 1805, Fellow and Tutor. He was Vicar of Andover in 1802, Rector of Bradford Peverell 1811, Canon of Christ Church Oxford 1804, Regius Professor of Divinity Oxford 1809-1813. He was appointed Bishop of London, 1813-1823, so these Dishes may well have been purchased to celebrate this. He supported the Bill of Pains and Penalties against Queen Caroline in 1820. He was translated to the See of Canterbury in 1828 and served as Archbishop of Canterbury from 1828 until his death in 1848.
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