Journal of the Proceedings of the ... of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Delaware, Volumes 63-72
Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Delaware., 1853
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adjournment Alfred Lee Andrew's Church Annual Convention appointed Ascension Church Assistant Minister ballot Baltimore Mills Baptisms—Adults Baptisms—Infants Bishop Brandywine Hundred Brandywine Village Brinckle Broad Creek Cadle Canon cash paid Castle Chapel Charles Breck Christ Church Christiana Hundred Claymont Clemson Communicants Communicants—Number in last Communion Alms Confirmed congregation Convention Fund Cummins Deacon Delaware City Diocesan Missions Diocese of Delaware Disabled Clergymen Dover duty election Episcopal Fund eRev Female Franklin Funerals George's Georgetown Grace Church Immanuel Church Indian River James John John's Church June last Convention last report Lay Delegates Lewes Lewis Little Hill Luke's Church Mark's Marriages McKim Middletown Milford Millsboro Missionary and Education motion Newark Newport Parish Peter's Church Pont preached Present number Protestant Episcopal Church Public services Rector Rector of St resident Scholars Seaford Secretary Smyrna Standing Committee Stanton Stevens Parker Sunday School Sunday School—Teachers Thomas Total Treasurer Trinity Church Vestry William Wilmington
Page vii - shall afterwards stand up, unless to address the chair. 3. No member shall absent himself from the service of the house, unless he have leave, or be unable to attend. 4. When any member is about to speak in debate, or deliver any matter to the house, he shall rise from his seat, and without advancing shall, with due respect, address himself to the
Page 5 - 6. No member shall speak more than twice in the same debate, without leave of the house. 6. A question being once determined shall stand as the judgment of the house, and shall not be again drawn into debate during the same session, unless with the consent of two-thirds of the house. 7.
Page 5 - No member shall speak more than twice in the same debate, without leave of the house. 6. A question being once determined shall stand as the judgment of the house, and shall not be again drawn into debate during the same session, unless
Page 43 - SEC. 2. The right of any clergyman of this Diocese to a seat in the Convention, shall, if disputed, be determined according to the provisions of the third article of the Constitution, by the Convention itself; whether his name be inserted in the list aforesaid, or omitted. SEC. 3.
Page 43 - Sec. 1. Within one week before the meeting of every Convention of this diocese, the Bishop shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, a list of all the ministers of the Protestant Episcopal Church, canonically resident in this Diocese, annexing the names of their respective cures or parishes, or stations as missionaries, or of the colleges, academies, or general seminaries of learning
Page 77 - Nor shall such alteration or addition be adopted during the same Convention, if two-thirds of the members present shall not concur therein ; but in such case, the same, (unless negatived by a majority of the votes,) shall lie over for consideration till the next annual meeting of the Convention. CANON XVII. Repealing former Canons. All former Canons of this
Page 45 - to licentiousness, and for Violation of the Constitution or Canons of this Church, or of the Diocese to which he belongs; and on being found guilty, he shall be admonished, suspended or degraded, according to the Canons of the Diocese in which the trial takes place, until otherwise provided for by the General Convention.
Page 38 - He shall also transmit to every General Convention a certificate signed by himself, containing a list of the clergymen in this Diocese, and the amount of funds paid, or secured to be paid, (distinguishing them,) to the General Theological Seminary; and also a
Page 70 - to keep a register of baptisms, confirmations, communicants, marriages and funerals, within his cure; agreeably to such rules as may be provided by the Convention of the Diocese where his cure lies—it is hereby ordered, that