The Laws And Usages Of The Church And Clergy by William Henry Pinnock

The Laws And Usages Of The Church And Clergy

byWilliam Henry Pinnock

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...Orders' are also to be exhibited:--' We think it convenient that every Parson, Vicar, ' Curate, Schoolmaster, or other person licensed whoso-'ever do at the Bishop's first Visitation, or at the next 'Visitation after his admission show and exhibit unto him ' his ' Letters of Orders' to be by the said Bishop ' either allowed, or (if there be just cause) disallowed ' and rejected, and being by him approved, to be, as the ' custom is, signed by the Registrar; and that the ' whole fees accustomed to be paid in the Visitations in ' respect of the premises, be paid only once in the whole ' time of every Bishop, and afterwards but half of the ' said accustomed fees in every other Visitation, during 'the said Bishop's continuance'.--Canon 137. 15. Licence. It is highly important that a Curate enter into no engagement with an Incumbent to serve a Parish without a Licence from the Bishop (see page 85). The inconveniences and misunderstandings that may arise in such a position are innumerable; and in many cases you are devoid of legal remedy, unless provided with this document. A non-licensed Curate is removable at pleasure; but a licensed Curate is irremovable, except by the Bishop under due process, and from 'good and reasonable' cause: and herein there is also power of appeal to the Archbishop. A change in the Incumbency however, or the Incumbent coming to reside, gives an undisputed right to cause a Curate's removal. See 'Notice to Quit' I. Certain particulars are to be embodied in the Curate's ' Nomination,' and a Declaration made as to Stipend before a Licence can be granted.--' It is ' enacted that every Bishop to whom any application ' shall be made for any Licence for a Curate to serve ' for any person not duly residing upon his Benefice, '...

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Title:The Laws And Usages Of The Church And ClergyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:66 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.14 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217940781

ISBN - 13:9780217940788

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