Horae Decanicae Rurales: Being an Attempt to Illustrate, by a Series of Notes and Extracts, the Name and Title, the Origin, Appointment, and Functions, Personal and Capitular, of Rural Deans. With a Few Incidental Remarks on the Rise and Decay of Rural Bishops, and on the Incardination of Parochial Clergy. To which is Added, an Appendix of Documents, Ancient and Modern, Volume 2

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J. Bohn, G. & F. Rivington. J. Cochran. J. Bohn., 1835 - Rural deans
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Page 384 - AB , hereunto moving, have given, granted and confirmed, and by these presents, do give, grant, and confirm, unto the said...
Page 143 - Provided also, that such canons, constitutions, ordinances, and synodals provincial, being already made, which be not contrariant or repugnant to the laws, statutes, and customs of this realm, nor to the damage or hurt of the King's prerogative royal...
Page 350 - ... consequence of official station, little or no additional expenditure. Many persons who had filled office received more than their official salary as the reward for their services. Lord Grenville, for instance, had received other rewards besides the salary attached to the office, which he had filled with so much honour to himself, and so much advantage to the country. He mentioned this, for the purpose of...
Page 364 - Palace at tiarum, to the intent that we may take such measures as the circumstances of the, several returns and the general welfare of our Diocese may require. In doing of all which things faithfully you the said Rural Dean will very much assist us your Bishop in the discharge of the great duty incumbent upon Us. In Witness ivhereof We have caused our seal which we use in this behalf to be to these presents affixed.
Page 18 - ... chosen by the major part of all the ministers within the same, shall meet once in every month, to receive such complaints as shall be presented to them by the ministers or churchwardens of the respective parishes ; and also to compose all such differences betwixt party and party as shall be...
Page 473 - In witness whereof we have caused our seal which we use in this case to be hereto affixed. Dated the day of , in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty- , and in the year of our consecration.
Page 429 - CHANCELLOR OF NORWICH, FROM THE BISHOP. THE strength of God's enemies being grown so universal ; and their spreading so dangerous to the state; and licentious looseness of life through corruption of ecclesiastical officers so untamed ; that it is time that ecclesiastical government be put in due and severe execution, without affection and corruption, according to the wholesome laws, provided and established in that behalf.
Page 430 - ... their better encouragement, and the good example of the common sort. And whereas there hath been a solemne order of long time commonly observed, that every Sunday a publick sermon hath been used and frequented in the Greenyard in Norwich ; it were very convenient, that these superintendents...
Page 174 - Synods revised, and (if need be) reformed. And if here also any matter of difficulty could not receive a full determination, it might be referred to the next Provincial or National Synod. IV. The Provincial Synod might consist of all the Bishops and Suffragans and such of the clergy as should be elected out of every Diocese within the Province.
Page 355 - Upon being made acquainted with the avoidance of any benefice within his district, he is to make a return thereof to the Bishop, through the Archdeacon, in order that due inquiry may be made into the state of the vacant benefice, and sequestration be issued out of the Ecclesiastical Court.

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