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RELATIVE TO CERTAIN DUTIES AND RIGHTS
THE ARTICLES OF RELIGION,
THE CONSTITUTIONS AND CANONS OF THE
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS.
THE Collection of Acts of Parliament, Forms, and Ordinances, of which a Second Edition is now offered to the Public, was grounded on a former Work of the same kind; the plan of which, however was very much enlarged, as well by giving the Acts in question more at length, as by adding others, especially fome recently passed, to which the Parochial: Clergy must often have occafion to refer. Some useful Forms also, generally received in practice, were fubjoined, taken chiefly from Econ's Liber Valorum, and Bacon's Liber Regis, together with Rules for the direction of those who might have occafion to make application to the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty.
Little doubt was entertained but that such a Publication would be an useful one to the Clergy, from the nature of the information contained in it, the convenient fize of the volume, and, more especially, from the circumstance, that the Laws which are obligatory upon Ecclefiaftical Persons were brought down to the present time, as well as given in the words themfelves (so far as might be) of the several Statutes
and Ordinances with which they are bound to com-
ply. But it was not foreseen, that the demand for this
Publication would be so rapid, as within the space of a
year to exhaust the whole Impression, and that a very
considerableone, which was put forth in the year 1806.
The utmost diligence has been used therefore to pre-
pare a Second Edition, so that no one, who wished to
poffess the Work, might be disappointed, on his en-
quiry for it. And upon this occasion the whole has
now been rendered more complete, bythe addition of
several particulars not before inserted, all of which the
Reader will find distinguished by an Asterism in the
Table of Contents. Lest it be thought an over-
fight, at the same time, that no enlargement in this
way has been made of what was contained in the
First Edition respecting the Rights of the Clergy, it
must be stated, that this has been purposely avoided ;
and for the faine reasons also with those before af-
figned for not extending this part of the Work be-
yond what might be of easy application, and general
use-namely, that, in a matter so complex and in-
tricate, a competent knowledge is to be acquired
only from books written expressly upon the subject;
and that even with the help of these (in cases of
difficulty at least) the Clergy will seldom be able to
form a just opinion without professional advice, and
the assistance of those who are most conversant with
the several decisions of the Courts, as well as the fe-
veral Laws which have been made respecting the
point in question.
HIS Majesty's Declaration,
n The Articles of Religion,
Constitutions and Canons Ecclefiaftical,
Archbishop Parker's Admonition to all such as intend
to enter the State of Matrimony: with Tables of Con-
sanguinity and Affinity,
Aet for the better preventing of Clandestine Mar.
riages, 26 Geo. II. Cap. xxxiii. .
A&ts concerning Residence, Farming, Pluralities, C..
21 Hen. VIII. Cap. xiii. Se&. 5, 6. Spiritual Perfons not
to buy to sell again any Merchandise, Corn, Catrle, &c. 109
Sett. 8. Spiritual Persons not baving fufficient
Glebe may rent,
- Se&t. 32. Spiritual Perfons not to keep a Tan-
boufe or Brew-bouse,
- Sezt. 34, 35. Spiritual Persons may occupy their .
- Sezt. 9, 10. A Benefice of eight pounds a year
void on taking another,
- Sezt. 13—25, 29, 31, 33. Qualifications for
bolding two Livings,
- Seft. 26, 28. Residence, and Exemptions, 115
25 Hen. VIII. Cap. xvi. A& that every Judge of the
High Courts may bave one Chaplain beneficed with
38 Hen. VIII. Cap. xiii. Seč. 2, 3, 5. Limitation of the
Exemption granted to Members of the Universities by.
21 Hen. VIII.
33 Hen. VIII. Cap. xxviii. A£t for tbe Chancellor of the
Dutcby of Lancaster, and otbers, to bave Chaplains, 119
43 Geo. III. Cap. Ixxxiv. A&t to amend the Laws relating
to Spiritual Persons bolding of Farms; and for enforcing
the Residence of Spiritual Persons on their Benefices in