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if the Land be in no Parish, yet Tythe paid of the
Cattle feeding on it

241
they need not be demanded before Suit be com-
menced

264
Suit for them, where to be commenced 293
how brought into the Temporal Courts

294
not to be sued for where none are due ibid.

yet no Aétion lies against him that does fue 255
Things Tythable of common Right, beside Çorn,

Hay, and Wood, which are accounted Great
Tythes.

235
236
235
238

Acorns, if gatber'd, and other Maft
Barren Land improved
Bees
Broom and Heath
Calves

233
Clover

267
Doves, if kept in a House and fold

235
Eggs, where no Tythe is paid of Young

ibid.
Flax, fiated by A&t of Parliament

232
Fowl,

235
Flow'd Land's

242
Fruit

231
Hay

251, 252
Hemp

232
Herbage

235
Hops

232
Lambs

233
Vilk, if no Tythe be made of Cheese, and how paid 235
sve-Milk

236

233, 234
Rakings and Stubble

231
Rape-Sced

267

ibid.
Trees in a Nursery

Wood

Saffron

Waad

238

Wood
Wool

237, 23

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Personal Tythes

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Vicars General

Vicar, his Right as to the Church

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and in some Places to the Chancel

20, 242
as to Tythes, &c.

265

68
Vicarages, what they are

in what they differ from Parsonage or Recto-
ries

143
the Vicar's Portion

68
wherein the Institution of a Vicar differs from
that of a Rector

88
may be held by Dispensation

144
Vigils

224
Visitation of the Sick, fome liberty may be taken in that
Office

15
by whom, and how performed of old, and at
prefent

163, &c.
Void. See Vacant
to whom the mean Profits of void Benefices belong

130
who fall pay for serving the Cure of a void Be.
nefice

ibid.
Voidance of Benefices, the several means thereof
Uniting of Benefices

107
a great Reason why Bishops foould have a larger
Power in this respeet

132
the Parisioners of a demolishd Church fo con-

tribute to the Repairs of the standing Church,

to which they are united
Universities Privilege in presenting to the Livings of
Papists

72
how the Papifts elude the Statutes

ibid.
may license to preach

57
Voters in eleeting Convocation-men

162
Usurpation upon the Right of Patronage, how it may
be legal

71
not good against the King

ibido
nor against the Succeffor of a Bishop

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21

ibid.

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