The Law of Simony:: Containing, All the Statutes, Cases at Large, Arguments, Resolutions, and Judgments Concerning it ...
His Majesty's law-printers, and sold by G. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row., 1784 - 192 páginas
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31 Eliz accept adjudged admitted aforeſaid againſt agreed agreement alſo anſwer appears argument authority avoid becauſe benefice biſhop bonds of reſignation brought canon caſe cauſe church clerk common law condition confideration conſidered contract contrary corrupt court defendant defendant in error determined ecclefiaftical Eliz Elizabeth error faid fimoniacal firſt give given granted held himſelf houſe incumbent inducted inſtituted intent judges judgment juſtice king King's learned Lewis Diſney living lord lordſhips matter means mentioned muſt namely never oath obligation opinion ordinary patron penalty perſon plaintiff plea pleaded preſentation procure profit purpoſe queſtion reaſon refuſal Reports requeſt reſpect ſaid ſaid John Eyre ſame ſays ſee ſhall ſhould Simony ſome ſon ſtated ſtatute ſubject ſuch ſuch a bond ſuch bonds ſufficient ſum taken thereof theſe thing thoſe thought tion uſe vacant validity void Winchcombe writ
Página 25 - ... directly or indirectly, in his own name, or in the name of any other person or persons...
Página 6 - ... remain in force, and may be put in due execution, as it might be before the making of this act ; this act, or any thing therein contained to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding.
Página 135 - ... were made by every congregation of Chriftians every Lord's day, a minifter of the gofpel was not in fo precarious, dependent, and every way improper a fituation, as the legality of general bonds of refignation would place him in ; becaufe his fupport did not then depend upon the caprice of fome one flagitious individual, who might be offended by the evangelical freedom of his difcourfe, but upon the good fenfe of hundreds of well-difpofed Chriftians who felt themfelves edified thereby. This,...
Página 50 - John Eyre had given his patron a bond in a large penalty, to resign the said rectory at any time upon his request ; and...
Página 6 - ... receive, or take any money, fee, reward, or any other profit, directly or indirectly, or shall take any promise, agreement, covenant, bond or other assurance, to receive or have any money, fee, reward, or any other profit, directly or indirectly, either to him...
Página 4 - Parliament, for any sum of money, reward, gift, profit, or benefit, directly or indirectly, or for or by reason of any promise, agreement, grant, bond, covenant, or other assurance...
Página 47 - It is desired that spiritual persons, whom our lord the king doth present unto benefices of the church (if the bishop will not admit them, either for lack of learning, or for other cause reasonable) may not be under the examination of lay persons in the cases aforesaid, as it is now attempted, contrary to the decrees canonical ; but that they may sue unto a spiritual judge for remedy, as right shall require.
Página 21 - ... Chichester, who was the proper ordinary, the said vicarage, for the said ordinary to accept the same, whereby the said vicarage might become vacant, and the said Robert might present anew ; and that the said ordinary did then refuse, and from thenceforth hitherto hath refused to accept such resignation. Upon a demurrer to this plea, it was holden to be bad, because it is not therein averred that the bishop accepted the resignation.
Página 6 - ... shall lose double the value of the sum so given, taken, or had ; the one moiety, as well thereof, as of the forfeiture of double value of one year's profit before mentioned, to be to the Queen's Majesty, her heirs, and successors, and the other moiety to him or them that will sue for the same, by action of debt, bill, or information, in any of her Majesty's Courts of Record, in which no essoin, protection, or usage of law or privilege shall be admitted or allowed.