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" I have shown by a reference to the canon-law, that the poor were to have relief out of the tithes. And, to prove beyond all doubt, that this was the practice as well as the law, I need only mention an Act of the 15th year of Richard... "
The Protestant "Reformation" Part Second: Containing a List of the Abbeys ... - Page xix
by William Cobbett - 1853 - 188 pages
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The Protestant "Reformation," part second: containing a list of the abbeys ...

William Cobbett - Religion - 1827 - 248 pages
...This was not only the intention of the founders and endowers of parish-livings ; but', i't was tTie law of the land as well as the law of the church. In the First Part, paragraph .'jl , I have shown by a reference to the canonlaw, that the poor were to have relief out of the tithes....
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Reformation - 1829 - 516 pages
...Purposes far and GLEBES, or property now possessed by the which common parsons, or parish clergy, it must always be borne in mind, that this property was...law of the land as well as the law of the church. Tn the first volume, paragraph 51, I have shown by a reference to the canon-law, that the poor were...
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A history of the Protestant reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Religion - 1829 - 516 pages
...decent maintenance for the parish priests themselves. This was not only the intention of the founder? and endowers of parish-livings ; but, it was the law...land as well as the law of the church. In the first volume, paragraph 51, I have shown by a reference to the canon-law, that the poor were to have relief...
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Protestantism - 1834
...must always be borne in mind, that this property was only so much put into the hands of the priest for the purposes of relieving their indigent parishioners,...land as well as the law of the church. In the first volume, paragraph 51, I have shown by a reference to the canon-law, that the poor were to have relief...
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History of the Church of Scotland ... to 1841

William Maxwell Hetherington - 1843 - 500 pages
...hy the act I5W, thus comhined, the whole of the Second Book of Discipline vv-as ratified, and hecame the law of the land, as well as the law of the Church. had always claimed as helonging to her hy scriptural institution, and the gift of her Divine Head and...
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History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of ..., Volume 1

1848
...by the act 1592, thus combined, the whole of the Second Book of Discipline was ratified, and became the law of the land, as well as the law of the Church. M placed in a much better position for promoting the public welfare, which is the great end of any...
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History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of Christianity to ...

William Maxwell Hetherington - Scotland - 1851 - 500 pages
...of 1592, thus combined, almost the whole of the Second Book of Discipline was ratified, and became the law of the land, as well as the law of the Church. [In the year 1649, the Scottish parliament.i when free from external control, and at liberty to legislate solely...
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History of the Church of Scotland

Rev. W.M. Hetherington - 1856
...of 1592, thus combined, almost the 'whole of the Second Book of Discipline was ratified, and became the law of the land, as well as the law of the Churcn. [In the year 1649, the Scottish parliament, when free from external control, and at liberty...
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The eucharistic manual, from various sources [ed. by G.R. Prynne].

Eucharistic manual - 1864
...of an act of Parliament. To have "two lights upon the High Altar before the Sacrament," is therefore the law of the land, as well as the law of the Church. 2 These vestments were all in use in the Church of England, by the authority of Parliament, in the...
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Vox ecclesiae: or, The doctrine of the Protestant Episcopal Church on ...

William Goode - Religion - 1866 - 516 pages
...in Convocation assembled. Their work received the sanction of Parliament and King, and thus became the law of the land as well as the law of the Church. In any little sketch or text-book of English Church history the names of those illustrious divines may...
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