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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland


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Date of Article: 29/07/1807
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! 20 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T S , IN 1 8 0 7 , [ Waterford & ADDITIONAL REMARKS on the UNIONS in the DIOCESE OF ARDFERT. THE Unions forming the Corps of the Dignities are noticed in the Remarks made on fimilar Unions in the Diocefe of Cashel. It is to be observed, however, that N0s z ic 6, in this Diocefe, have only one Parifh with cure of fouls, in addition to the fhare of the Parish of Ardfert. The Unions ii, 12, 13, 18, are in the Patronage of the Crown. The Unions, 7, 8, 9, io, 14, 15, are in private Patronage, except one denomination in N* 7. It has been the custom, both of the Crown and private Patrons, to include all the Parishes in these Unions respectively in one Instrument of Presentation. The Bishops, in accepting these Instruments so drawn, have asked under the impres- lion ( well or ill founded) that they could not legally refuse to institute Incumbents offering these Instruments; hence it has happened that these Parishes have continued so long united.— 16. is the only Union of large extent in the Patronage of the Bishop. CHARLES Cajhtl. March 14, 1807. ! a! oe Cork.] F O R P R O V I N C E OF MO N S T E R. DIOCESE OF KILLALOE AND KILFENORA. KILLALOE. To give a fair view of the state of the Diocese of KILLALOE, it is necessary to state, that a very large proportion of that Property which was intended as Provision for Clerical Duty, has passed into the hands of Lay Persons; which has so reduced the incomes appropriated now to the Incumbents performing the duty, that a consolidation of several Vicarages has been found indispensably necessary to furnish the means of support.—/ NT° 5 14. 16. 17. 18. are Rectories in private patronage ; the Incumbents have no duties to perform ; they are per- formed by the Vicars endowed.— The Incumbents of the Unions 13. 15. 20. 21. 22. are the Vicars endowed of most of them, and receive a very small income out of each. CHARLES Cashel, March 14th, 1807.
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