The Clerical Guide, Or, Ecclesiastical Directory: Containing a Complete Register of the Dignities and Benefices of the Church of England; with the Names of Their Present Possessors, Patrons, &c. and an Alphabetical List of the Dignitaries and Beneficed Clergy; with an Appendix Containing the Ecclesiastical Patronage ...
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Page 310 - USK of CANDIDATES for HOLY ORDERS, and of the Parochial Clergy, as to Ordination, Licenses, Institutions, Collations, Induction, Reading in, Resignations, Dispensations ; with Acts of Parliament relating to the Residence of the Clergy, Maintenance of Curates, and to exchanges of Parsonage Houses and Glebe Lands, with the Forms to be used.
Page 29 - I. ; and in 1818 an Act was passed " to raise the sum of one million sterling for building and promoting the building of additional churches in populous parishes.
Page 20 - October 1st, 1623, that £3000 should be applied in building a college for the use of the London clergy, who were incorporated by Charles I., by the name of "The President and Fellows of the College of Sion, within the City of London, and for alms-houses for twenty persons, ten men, and ten women ; for the endowment of which, Dr.
Page 20 - GRESHAM-COLLEGE, founded by Sir THOMAS GRESHAM, 1581, for Lectures to be read, during Term-Time, in the Royal Exchange. Professors. Monday Divinity Rev. Henry Parker, MA Tuesday Civil Law Rev. Wm. Joselyn Palmer, MA _ . , ( Astronomy . . Peter Sandiford, DD weanesaay . . ^ Music Mf Richard Jolm Samuel Stevens.
Page 29 - Hill, and his ex-private secretaries. APPENDIX LIST OF THE BISHOPS, DIGNITARIES, AND PLURAL1STS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. EXPLANATIONS. THE name of the Pluralist comes first. After the name comes the first living of the Pluralist in italic, and an initial letter denoting its title — namely, r. for rectory, v. for vicarage, c. for chapelry, pc for perpetual curacy, and d. for donative. The name of the Patron is put after the living or livings, supposing more than one living, of which the same person...
Page 26 - The Lord Chancellor, the Archbishop of York, the Bishop of London, the Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, the Secretary of State for the Home Department, the Speaker of the House of Commons, the Lord Mayor of London, the Dean of St. Paul's, the Dean of Westminster. Life Governors.— The Duke of Rutland, KG, the Duke of Northuniberland.KG the Duke of Wellington, KG, the Mar.
Page 310 - Repairs; and also to Exchanges of Parsonage Houses and Glebe Lands : with the Forms to be used. By Christopher Hodgson, Secretary to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Page 5 - DD Lord Archbishop of CANTERBURY, Primate of all England, and Metropolitan, a Lord of Trade and Plantations, an official Trustee of the British Museum, a Governor of the Charter-House, and Visitor of All-Souls and Merton Colleges, Oxford, Cousin of the Duke of Rutland, and Brother of Lord Manners.
Page 16 - ... of John Hodgson, esq. of Lincoln's-inn, aged 33. 7. At the residence of his father, near Enfield, Adam George Hogg, esq. of the hon. East India Company's service, in the 19th year of his age. 8. At his house in Seymour-street, London, aged 76, the right rev. John Fisher, DD lord bishop of Salisbury, chancellor of the order of the Garter, provincial precentor of Canterbury, and FSA This exemplary prelate was born in 1/48, the eldest of the ten sons (eight of whom grew to man's eg . DEATHS.—...