Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

43 Geo. III. Cap. cix. AEt to rectify a Mistake in the

last-mentioned AN,

146.

A&s concerning Curates, &c.

19 Ann. Cap. xii. A&t for the better Maintenance of Cu-

rates witbin the Church of England, and for preventing

any Ecclefiaftical Persons from buying the next Avoid-

ance of any Churcb-Preferment,

149

36 Geo. III. Cap. Ixxxiii. Ad for the furtber Support

and Maintenance of Curates within the Church of Eng-

land, and for making certain regulations respecting the

Appointment of fucb Curates, and the Admission of

Persons to Cures augmented by Queen Anne's Bounty,

witb respect to the Avoidance of otber Benefices,

151

Asts against Simony.

Extract of an A&t against Abuses in Presentations to Be-

nefices, &c. 31 Eliz. Cap. vi. Sect. 4-10.

155

[See also 12 Ann. Cap. xii. p. 150.]

I Will. & Mar. Cap. xvi. A&t that the Simoniacal Pro-

motion of one Person may not prejudice anotber,

Extraet of an Ax to enforce the laying out of Money

received on account of Dilapidations, 14 Eliz. Cap.

xi. Sect. 18.

159

Mets for the Uniformity of Public Prayers, &c.

(*) i Eliz. Cap. ii. At for the Uniformity of Common

Prayer and Service in the Church, and Administration of

the Sacraments,

160

(*) 14 Car. II. Cap. iv. Ad for the Uniformity of Public

Prayers, and Administration of Sacraments, and otber

Rites and Ceremonies : and for establisbing the Form of

Making, Ordaining, and Confecrating of Bisbops, Priests,

and Deacons in the Churcb of England,

167

A&ts concerning Subscription to Articles, and Oaths to

be taken, &c.

13 Eliz. Cap. xii. Ad for tbe Ministers of the Cburch

to be of found Religion,

182

23 Geo. II. Cap. xxviii. & to explain part of an AE

passed in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Years of the

Reign of King Charles the Second, for the Uniformity

of Public Prayers, and Administration of Sacraments ;

and also part of an Ad passed in tbe Tbirteenth Year of

tbe

[ocr errors]

sbe Reign of Queen Elizabeth, for the Ministers of the

Cburcb to be of found Religion,

185

Extract of an Ad for the abrogating of the Oatbs of Su-

premacy and Allegiance, and appointing other Oatbs,

1 Will. & Mar. Cap. viii. Seå. I5.

and 11-13

188

Extrait of an Ad for the further Security of bis Majesty's

Person and Government, and the Succession of the Crown

in the Heirs of the late Princess Sopbia, being Proteft-

ants; and for extinguishing the Hopes of the pretended

Prince of Wales, and bis open and secret Abettors, 1 Geo.

Cap. xiii. Sect. 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 12, 27.

192

Extract of an Ad for indemnifying Persons who bave

omitted to qualify themselves for Offices within the Time

limited by Law, and for allowing furtber Time for that

Purpose ;- and for amending so much of an Ad passed

in the second Year of the Reign of bis present Majesty,

as requires Persons to qualify themselves for Offices be-

fore the End of the next Term or Quarter Sessions ;

and also for enlarging the Time limited by Law for

making and subscribing the Declaration against Tran-

fubftantiation ; and for allowing furtber Time for In-

rolment of Deeds and Wills made by Papists, and for

Relief of Protestant Purchasers, Devisees, and Lefsees,

9 Geo. II. Cap. xxvi. Seet. g.–6.."

197

A& to enforce the due Observance of the Canons and

Rubrick refpeeting the Ages of Persons to be admitted

into the facred Orders of Deacons and Priests, 44 Geo.

III. Cap. xliii.

201

Axts concerning Mortmain.

9 Geo. II. Cap. xxxvi. A&t to restrain the Disposition of

Lands, whereby the fame become unalienable,

203

43 Geo. III. Cap. cvii. A&t for effe&tuating certain Parts

of an Alt passed in the Second and Third Years of

the Reign of ber late Majesty Queen Anne, intituled,

An Act for the making more effectual her Majesty's

gracious Intentions for the Augmentation of the

Maintenance of the Poor Clergy, by enabling Her

Majesty to grant, in Perpetuity, the Revenues of the

First Fruits and Tenths; and also for enabling any

other Persons to make Grants for the same Purpose,

fo far as the same relate to Deeds and Wills made for

granting and bequeatbing Lands, Tenements, Heredita-

ments, Goods, and Chattels, to the Governors of the

Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Purposes in the faid Aft

mentioned; and for enlarging the Powers of the said

Governors,

206

43. Geo. III. Cap.cviii. Aet to promote the building, fl-

pairing, or otherwise providing of Churches and Cbapels,

and of Houses for the Residence of Ministers, and the

providing of Church Yards and Glebes,

208

45 Geo. III. Cap. ci. A&t to repeal so much of an Äft,

pased in tbe Ninth Year of the Reign of bis late Majesty

King George the Second, intituled, An Act to restrain

the Disposition of Lands, whereby the same become

unalienable, as restrains Colleges within the two Uni-

versities of Oxford and Cambridge from purchasing or

holding Advowfons, except as therein is provided,

Axts concerning the Building and Repairing Parsonage

Houses, &c.

17 Geo. III. Cap. liii. Act to promote the Residence of the

Parochial Clergy, by making Provision for the more

Speedy and effectual building, rebuilding, repairing, or

purchasing Houses, and other necessary Buildings and

Tenements, for the Use of their Benefices, [Gilbert's A&t] 213

21 Geo. III. Cap. Ixvi. A&t to explain and amend an Adt,

made in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of bis present

Majesty, intituled, An Act to promote the Residence

of the Parochial Clergy, by making Provision for the

more speedy and effectual building, rebuilding, re-

pairing, or purchasing Houses, and other neceffary

Buildings and Tenements, for the Use of their Be.

nefices.

235

(*) A& for the better Preservation of Parocbial Libra-

ries in that Part of Great Britain called England,

7 Ann. Cap. xiv.

239

dets concerning Small Tithes.

7, 8 Will. III. Cap. vi. Act for the more easy Recovery

of Small Titbes,

243

Extract of an A&t that the Solemn Affirmation and Decla-
ration of the People called Quakers fall be accepted in-

Atead

Atead of an Oatb, in the usual form, 7, 8 Will. i11.

Cap. xxxiv. Sect. 4, 5.

247

A&ts againft Drunkennefs.

1 Jac. I. Cap. ix. Ad to restrain the inordinate baunting

and tippling in Inns, Alebouses, and otber Viftualling-
boules,

149

4 Jac. I. Cap. v. Att for repressing the odious and loath-

some Sin of Drunkenness,

252

21 Jac. I. Cap. vii. A&t for the better reprelling of Drunk-

enness, and restraining the inordinate baunting of Inns,

Aleboufes, and otber Viftualling-bouses,

255

I Car. I. Cap. iv. Act for the further refraint of tippling

in Inns, Alebouses, and otber Viftualling-bouses, 257

Aets against Abuses and Profanations of the Lord's

Day.

(*) i Car. I. Cap. i. A&t for punishing divers Abuses

committed on the Lord's Day, called Sunday,

259

(*) 3 Car. I. Cap. i. A&t for the further Reformation of

fundry Abufes committed on the Lord's Day, commonly

called Sunday,

260

29 Car. II. Cap. vii. All for the better Obfervation of the

Lord's Day, commonly called Sunday,

262

(*) 21 Geo. III. Cap. xlix. Act for preventing certain

Abuses and Profanations ori tbe Lord's Day, called

Sunday,

264

da to restrain the Abuses of Players, 3 Jac. I. Cap. xxi. 268

Aa for the more effettual Supprefing of Blasphemy and

Profaneness, 9, 10 Will. III. Cap. xxxii.

269

AEt more effe&tually to prevent profane Cursing and

Swearing, 19 Geo. II. Cap. xxi.

271

Axts for Burying in Woollen.

Abstract of the Ads for Burying in Woollen, so far as they

concern the Minister, 30 Car. II. Cap. iii. Sect. 4-7. 278

Additional A& for Burying in Woollen, 32 Car. II.

Cap. iv. Sect. 3.

279

General Abstraĉt of the Aets of Parliament now in

force relating to the Payment of the Wages of Petty

Officers and Seameň, Non-commissioned Officers of

Marines, and Marines, serving in the Royal Navy

of Great Britain, 32 Geo. III. Cap. lxvii. Seet. 16. 280

InjunEtions

Injunctions given by the King's Majesty to the Archbi.

Soops of this realm, to be communicated by them to the

Bishops, and the rest of the Clergy. Anno Dom.

1694.

294

His Majesty's Dire&tions to the Archbishops and Bishops,

for the preserving of Unity in the Church, and the

Purity of the Christian Faith concerning the Holy

Trinity. Anno Dom. 1695.

Dire&tions to the Archbishops and Bishops, for

the preserving of Unity in the Church, and the Purity

of the Christian Faith concerning the Holy Trinity ;

and also for preserving the Peace and Quiet of the

State. Anno Dom. 1714.

300

Dire&tions to the Archbishops and Bishops, for

the preserving of Unity in the Church, and the Purity

of the Christian Faith ; particularly in the Do&trine

of the Holy Trinity. Anno Dom. 1721.

302

Proclamation for the Encouragement of Piety

and Virtue, and for preventing and punishing of

Vice, Profaneness, and Immorality. Anno Dom.
1787.

305

His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury's Letter to the

Right Reverend the Lords Bishops of bis Province.

Lambeth, Feb. 21, 1770.

Directions concerning the proper Instruments to be brought

to the Bishop, for obtaining Orders, Institutions, and

Licences, &c. and also concerning the things to be done

after Institution or Licence obtained ;-

For Orders,

311

For Institution,

ibid.

After Institution,

312

For a Licence to a Curacy,

313

For a Licence to a Lecture,

ibid.

For a Dispensation for a Plurality,

314

Form of a Title for Orders,

315

Form of a Presentation to a ReEtory or Vicarage,

Form of Letters Testimonial
for boly Orders,

ibid.

Form of Letters Testimonial for Institution,

317

Form of Nomination of a Nobleman's Chaplain, ibid.

Form

« AnteriorContinuar »