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Curates temporary the Bishop places and displaces them at pleasure

95 that they ought to subscribe according to Stat.

94, 142 their Remedy for their Salary

94 that no one can properly license them but the Bishop himself

ibid. the Privileges of bim that is Curate to a Pluralift

95, 142, &c. Custom

243

D

Ar Civil and Ecclefiaftical

220 Deacons, their Order and Offee

56 may preach in Churches where they are Curates without License to preach

52 Deans and Chapters, their Original

59 of Canterb. and York, their Privilege

62 are Corporations aggregate

67 Deans, how they are put into Poleffion of their Deanries

60 Deans Rural, their Office, &c.

65 Dean cannot be presented to a Benefice by the Chapter 73 Deanries, they are now Sine cures

93 and compatible

99 their accidental Jurisdiction

61 in whose Gift they are

32 Dean of Arches

284 Deans and Chapters of the Old and New Foundation

whether they be Ecclefiaftical Corp. ibid. Debts for Tythes as good as Bonds

255 Declaration

85 Degree in a University, in what case neceffáry 54, 55 Delegates, Court of Delegates.

30, 283 Depopulations

91, 92

59, 60

66,67

Deprivation of a-Reekor or Vicar, how many ways in-
curred

120, 128
by Canon Law justifiei!

127, 128
Sentence of Deprivation to be pafled by the
Bishop

125, 275
Dignities, what are so
Dilapidations, hocu punishable while the Incumbent
lives

137
how far recoverable after the Incumbent's
Death

. 136
Diocesan Synods

151, 167, 272
Discipline of the Church, that as things are it cannot
strictly be exercised

301
Dispensations, in what cases the Archb. of Canterbury
may grant them

40, 41
in what cases the King's confirmation is ne-
cesary

32
in what cases granted by the Archb. of Can-
terbury for the Province of York

41
for holding two Benefices, in what cafe re-
quired by Statute

99
that 'tis necesary in all cafes by Canon-Lazy

98; 104
by Canon-Law any Number of Benefices may
be held by Dispensation

98
comes too late after Institution to a second
Benefice

105
cum clausulâ commutationis

100
for the Sor to succeed the Father, when
necessary

109
in cafe a Bishop retain any Benefice be bad
before his creation

132
what Remedy in case the Archb. refuse a

Dispensation to a qualified Clerk 106, &c.
none now granted by the Archbish. but con-
ditionally

106
Di..

I OO

yet see

27, &c.

Disturbing a Preacher, how punishable
Distress forbidden on the Lands of the Church 288
Diptance of the Pluralifts Benefices

104
Divorce can be sued only in Eccl. Court

306
bow this might become very advantageous to
them

306, &c.
Dr. in Divinity, in what case that Degree necessary 54
Dr. of Laws, in what case that Degree necesary 276
Donation and Donatives, what they are

'tis necessary for the Donee to make his Súb-
fcriptions, &c.

90
Form of Donation
whether Bishopricks were, and the Deanries of

the new Foundation now be Donations 91
Donations fine curâ

93
Dowagers of Peers can qualify Chaplains, tho married
to Commoners

103
Duplex querela, in what case to be ufed.

78

69, 90

318

E

E

After, Dr, Wallis's Proposal for flating that Feast

218
Ecclesia non solvit Ecclefiæ

268
Ecclehaftical Courts

272
the Authorioy of them

ibid.
they are not Courts of Record 268
in what cafe 'tis proper to fue there for
Tytbes

296
Ember-Weeks
English Service or Liturgy, when set forth
English, he that does not understand that Tongue, not

capable of a Benefice in England 76
Endowments of Vicarages

265
the Parson cannot prescribe against them 267
English come into this Island

3
Evesham, a Church there in the British Times 15

58

4

Examination for Institution, what time the Bishop is
allowed for it

76
Exchange of Benefices

114
Exchequer, of Suit for Tythes there

294
Convenience and Inconvenience of it 295
Exempt Places and Churches
Excommunicatio major & minor, & ipfo facto 181,

&c.
Excommunicated Patrons, if they remain so 40 Days,

said to be uncapable of presenting to a Benefice 72
A Clergyman standing Excommunicated 40 Days may
be deprived

125

30, 40, 283

F

F

Aculties, Court of F.

280
Fairs not to be kept in Church-yards

28
Farming forbidden to Clergymen

147
Fasting-days, and the Penalty of not keeping them 196
Fafting and Thanksgiving-days appointed by King's
Proclamation

199
Fifth Bond, what it was, is now set aside 135
Fighting in Church or Churcb-yard, bow punishable 183
First-Fruits, their Original, how to compound and pay

them, how penal the negleit

what Benefices exempt from them 134
Fonts ought to be large enough for dipping
Foreign Power, the Clerk who maintains it how punish-

able
Forms of Prayer

9
Fornication, vide Concubine
Freehold of the Church, in whom it is
French-men and Foreigners, whether capable of Benes
fices

77
Fuftigatio, an old Penance inflicted by Ordinaries 191

134, &c,

21

1 20

18

Gal-
G

General Concilio,rebe Four fire

Alleries. See Pieres.
General Councils, the Four first

150
Gentlemens Right to fit, and bury in their proper
Chancels

19, 270
Germany, Priests there obliged to take Licenses to keep
Concubines

7
Protestant States there reform their Alma-
nack

218
Glastonbury, a Church built there very early

15
but not so soon as was pretended by the Monks i
Glebe not foun, when to be resign’d to the new Incum-
bent

130
Tythes of that which is fown, whether to be paid
to him

ibid.
in what other cases Glebe-Land is tythable 268
Goths and Vandals invade the R. Empire

2
Graduates, what Preferments are peculiar to them 54
Gregorian Account

213
Guardians of the Spiritualities

of the Temporalities
Guardian, whether be or bis Minor ball present to a
Benefice

74

39, 61

32, 62

H

Abit of a Bishop when he is officiating 48
Heresy, what the Statute Law allows to be fo

7
the Power of Bishops against Herefies

282
who to determine it

154
Holy-days and their Obligation
Honorius the Roman Emperor abandons Britain
Hood, bow enjoined

24
House, when to be resign'd to the new Incumbent

130
Tythe of Houses

259
January

192, &c.

2

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