The laws relating to pews in churches ... and ... chapels

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Page 227 - Bounty (that is, the governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy).
Page 242 - ... and in case a verdict shall be given for the party plaintiff in such declaration, it shall be lawful for the jury to assess damages, for which judgment shall also be given ; but such assessment shall not be necessary to entitle the plaintiff to costs.
Page 241 - Affidavits only ; and in case the Party applying shall be directed to declare in Prohibition before Writ issued, such Declaration shall be expressed to be on behalf of such Party only, and not, as heretofore, on the Behalf of the Party and of His Majesty, and shall contain and set forth in a concise Manner so much only of the Proceeding in the Court below as may be necessary to shew the Ground of the Application, without alleging the Delivery of a Writ or any Contempt...
Page 236 - ... parish, with the consent of the vestry, or persons possessing the powers of vestry, and with the consent also of the ordinary, patron, incumbent, and lay impropriator, if any such there b^, to take down such existing Church, and to rebuild the same upon the same or upon a new site...
Page 241 - ... the ground of the application, without alleging the delivery of a writ or any contempt, and shall conclude by praying that a writ of prohibition may issue ; to which declaration the party defendant may demur, or plead such matters by way of traverse or otherwise, as may be proper to show that the writ ought not to issue, and conclude by praying that such writ may not issue ; and judgment shall be given, that the writ of prohibition do or do not issue as justice may require ; and...
Page 226 - Spiritual whatsoever, to be applied and disposed of, to and for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of such Parsons, Vicars, Curates, and Ministers, officiating in any Church or Chapel within the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed, where the Liturgy and Rites of the Church of England, as now by Law established, are or shall be used and observed...
Page 226 - Majesty's gracious intentions, and in many places it would be in the power of the impropriator, donor, parson, or vicar, to withdraw the allowance now or heretofore paid to the curate or minister serving the cure, or in case of a chapelry...
Page 239 - ... expiration of the year, and also of every succeeding year in which any such pews shall be rented by inhabitants of any adjoining parishes, such pews shall be inserted in the list of vacant pews, to be taken in preference by the inhabitants of the parish or place to which the church or chapel shall belong ; and all such pews as may not be so taken by any inhabitant of the parish or place may again be let, and so on from year to year, to any inhabitants of any adjoining parish or place ; any thing...
Page 216 - ... hereinafter mentioned, was, and from thence hitherto hath been and still is seised in his demesne, as of fee, of and in...
Page 226 - Scotland as aforesaid, shall be capable of taking any benefice, curacy, or other spiritual promotion, within that part of Great Britain called England, the dominion of Wales, or town of Berwick upon Tweed...

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