North Curry; Ancient Manor and Hundred

North Curry; Ancient Manor and Hundred : Notes on the History of the Three Parishes, North Curry, Stoke St. Gregory, West Hatch, Contained Therein

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...regular manner. I have, . therefore, the Lord Chancellor's directions to express his wish that the following regulations may be strictly complied with. "I am, Gentlemen, "Your obedient humble servant, "John Nares. "Secretary of Briefs to the Lord Chancellor." "1 March, 1804." "Ch. Ws. and Chapel Ws, Teachers and Preachers of every separate congregation or persons who have taughed or preached among Quakers shall immediately after receiving Briefs from the Undertaker endorse the time of receiving and set their names. "Then the Ch. Ws. and Chl. Wrs. shall forthwith deliver them to the Minister. "The Ministers on receipt shall endorse the time and set their names. "Then the ministers in two months after receipt shall on some Sunday immediately before Sermon openly read or cause them to be read. "Then the Ch. or Chapel Ws. shall collect the money that shall be freely given either in the assembly or from House to House. "Next the sum collected, the place where, and the time when, shall be endorsed on the Back of each Brief, and signed by the Minister and Ch. Wardens, or by the Teacher and two elders. "Afterwards, by the request of the Undertaker, the Ch. Ws. shall deliver to him the Briefs endorsed and the money collected. "Every Minister, Curate, Teacher, Preacher, Ch. Wn., Chapel Wn., and Quaker refusing or neglecting to do anything above required shall forfeit 20. And in every Parish or Chapelry, etc., a register shall be kept, to which all persons at all times may resort without fee." (Page 170). 1708, Augst ye 13'h Daij. Sould to my selfe Alex Potenger a small seat in ye Church under ye pulpett it being ye outermust of all next ye Belfry? for...010 (Page...show more

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