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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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The vicarage of Tullylifli The vicar, the Rev. Charles Hamilton, clerk ; regularly refides in the glebe- house of Tullylish The vicarage of Sego. The vicar, the Rev. Gecrge Blacker, clerk regularly refides in the glebe- houfe of Se: The vicar, the Rev. Thomas Radcliffe, clerk ; having no glebe- house, resides in a hired houfe; near the church of Moyntaghs. The vicarage of Aohalee, The vicar, the Rev. Philip Fletcher, clerk; having neither glebe nor glebe- house, is allowed by the Bishop to reside in a neighbouring parifli, and to keep a regular curate at Aghalee. The vicarage of Magheradroll, The vicar, the Rev. James Forde, clerk; regularly resides in the glebe- house of Mag- heradroll. The vicarage of Dromaragh, The vicar, the Rev. Francis Burrowes, clerk; who is also the diocefan schcolmaster of Dro- morc, having no glebe or glebe- house, is allowed by the Bishop to reside in the near adjoining town of Dromore where his school is, but he regularly serves the church of Dromaragh. It will be seen by the above Statement, how regular the Residence of the Clergy is in this Diocefe, wherein the Bishop himself constantly refides: nor hath there been absent one Clergyman without the Bishop's Leave since the 5th June 1804. ( rh . r! TT5rt77 This is a faithful and true Report " Witnefs my hand, this nth day of January 1806,
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