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it not also that he has been honoured with the acquaintance of many of the most learned and practical men, and some holding the highest positions in the Church, whose kind counsel and opinion were ever at his command ; as well as been possessed of the privileged use of that great resource for authorities, the Cambridge University Library, he would doubtlessly have never undertaken the laborious task of arranging for publication in the work now presented to the Public the rough materials which he had collected for his personal use. He may remark, that the Statute Laws, Constitutions and Canons, and the Ecclesiastical authorities, bearing upon the exercise of the Ministerial function, and the Management of a Parish; as well as upon the various and complicated questions of Liturgical Uniformity, will be presented in due course; and the changes and discrepancies introduced by Custom and now in practice, be also detailed in order, so as to afford, as nearly as may be, a complete • Manual' of the Laws and USAGES affecting the Church and the Clergy at the present day.

In conclusion, the Author cannot refrain from expressing the high gratification he has felt in the encouragement afforded him in the conduct of this work by so many members of the Episcopal Bench, among whom he may especially mention his kind friends, the Lord Bishop of Ely,

his diocesan; the Lord Bishop of Llandaff; and the much to be lamented DR KAYE, the late Bishop of Lincoln. At the same time, he feels called upon to tender his warmest thanks to those Examining Chaplains, and other persons eminent in the Church, as well as at the Bar, who have been kind enough to favour him with many valuable suggestions.

Somersham Rectory,

MUNTINGDONSHIRE.

INDEX

ORDINATION, CURATES, LECTURERS, CHAPLAINS,

CLERKS-IN-ORDERS, READERS, AND SCRIPTURE-READERS.

[Nos. I. to V. inclusive; pp. 1 to 258.]

2

3

3

.

by Rubric, and Canon

by Statute Law

early usage

dispensation as to

Declaration of

Agreements, private

as to Stipend

Ale-Houses, frequenting

Allegiance, Oath of

Alterations in a Parish

in Divine Service

AMEN-CLERK

American Clergy Officiating

Apparitor

Apparel

Appeal to the Archbishop

Application to the Bishop

Apprentices from Unions

Archdeacon's Visitation

ARMY-CHAPLAIN

Arrears of Stipend

Arrest, free from

5

31. 76

148

172

134

43. 48. i55. 207

107

128

255

141

190

106

118. 119

16

250

188

238

173

122

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Character Book of Prisoners

234
Chest for Register Books

163
Keys of

163
Children in Gaols

234, 235
in Unions

250
Church Discipline Act

134
Missionary Society, and Colonial Ordination

52
Room, insufficient

119
Churching of Women in Unions

251
Churchwardens consulted

109
at Visitations

189. 191
expences of

191
Civil Offices, exempt from serving

136
year

158
Clerical Agency Offices

12
CLERK-IN-ORDERS

255
appointment of

256
not a freehold

256
Incumbent's consent

256
Licence

257
not a substitute for Curate

257
COLLEGE LECTURESHIPS

212
TESTIMONIALS

31
Colonial Cure, a title

7
Ordination

52
not available for England

53
COMMON PRAYER to be read by Lecturers

210
on first day

210
every month

211
penalty for refusal

211
punishment for contempt 211
at other times

212
Commissary's Duty

94
with Lecturers

207
Commission for Taking Oaths, &c.

94
of Enquiry

117. 134
Company, entering into

104
Confirmation in Chapels abroad

221
in Unions

250
CONFORMITY, Declaration of.

47
Certificate of

506
Laws as to

128. 132
Consecration of the Elements not by Deacons

57
Constable, exempt from being

135
Convocation and Canons of 1640

127
Costume at Ordination

157
Counter-signature of Bishop

92. ]81
Curacies, holding two

133
CURACY, Advertisements for

11
locality

12
inquiries as to

10. 20
Necessary Papers

26
on trial

86
CURATES defined

83
Licensed
unlicensed

86
Perpetual

83

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