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The Author offers the following pages rather as a specimen of what he

wished to do, than of what he has actually accomplished. He is aware

that a great variety of matter, deeply interesting to the clergy, lies scat

tered through many and expensive volumes, which are not within the

reach of the clergy in general. He was anxious to collect as much as his time and other circumstances would allow. He trusts that the following pages, wanting as they confessedly are in many particulars, may nevertheless not be altogether unacceptable to his younger brethren in the ministry; and he will receive, with the deepest gratitude, any hints, or information, from such as may be disposed to assist him in

rendering his work more generally useful, in a future edition.

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INSTRUCTIONS, various, 24–76: for obtaining License to Stipendiary Curacies,

24–28; Lectureship, 28; Perpetual Curacy, 30; Augmented Chapelry, 32;

Collation to Prebend or Benefice, 33; Vicarage, 34; Donative, 36, Institu-

tion, 37; Induction, 37; Reading in, 38; Resignation of Benefice, 40;

Sequestration, 47 ; Purchase of Advowsons and Presentations, 50; Chap-
laincy to Noblemen, 55; Dilapidations, 58; Exchange, 59; Lapse, 59; on
obtaining Second Benefice, 60; Dispensation, 63; Glebe Houses, 70; As-
sistance in Building, 73; Pyncombe and Horner's Charity, Marshall's Trust,
Royal Bounty, 74; Parliamentary Grants.

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