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Page 278 - The churchwardens or questmen, at the common charge of the parishioners in every church, shall provide a comely and decent pulpit to be set in a convenient place within the same, by the discretion of the Ordinary of the place, if any question do arise, and to be there seemly kept for the preaching of GOD'S Word.
Page 217 - tis generally known to be his collection." <-/. Ath. Oxon, v. 3, col. 559, where the dates of publication are given as "1649, 50, and 59." 71. CHARLES i. ... The works of King Charles the Martyr: with a collection of declarations, treaties, and other papers concerning the differences betwixt His said Majesty and his two houses of Parliament.
Page 224 - Then youthful box, which now hath grace Your houses to renew, Grown old, surrender must his place Unto the crisped yew. When yew is out, then birch comes in, And many flowers beside, Both of a fresh and fragrant kin, To honour Whitsuntide.
Page 6 - What was done with it in the years that followed we have no means of knowing; but there can be no doubt that it constituted what is now known as 'The Charity of a Donor unknown...
Page 4 - Sadler states in 1569, speaking of these northern parts, that ' there be not in all this countrey ten gentilmen that do favour and allowe of her majestie's proceedings in the cause of religion ' ; and he describes the common people as ignorant, superstitious, and blinded with the olde popish doctrine.
Page 36 - But, nevertheless, if the owners of lands adjoining to the churchyard have used, time out of mind, to repair so much of the fence thereof as...
Page 98 - ... of such costs and charges the parishioners of every parish shall offer every Sunday, at the time of the Offertory, the just value and price of the holy loaf (with all such money and other things as were wont to be offered with the same) to the use of their Pastors and Curates, and that in such order and course as they were wont to find and pay the said holy loaf.
Page 44 - Eliz. c. 3 (AD 1098), by which the churchwardens of every parish and four substantial householders there, to be nominated yearly in Easter week by two justices, were to be called overseers of the poor of the same parish.
Page 98 - But then it was ordered, that, in recompense of such costs and charges, the parishioners of every parish should offer every Sunday, at the time of the offertory, the just value and price of the holy Loaf, (with all such money and other things as were wont to be offered with the same,) to the use of the Pastors and Curates, and that in such order and course as they were wont tojind, and pay the said holy Loaf.
Page 367 - That in no case whatsoever shall any suit or proceeding be had in any ecclesiastical court, in order to compel a celebration of any marriage in facie ecclesiae, by reason of any contract of matrimony whatsoever, whether per verba de praesenti, or per verba de futuro...