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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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; 00 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T S, I N 1 8 0 7 , [ Cloafert & Number of Benefice*. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; Their Dirtance from each other ; - and. The eftimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Curs of Souls; whether Refident ; if not Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom aie the Duties difcharged. 14. I U Kilcolgan, Kinvana, Stradbally, Kili- ney, Drumacoo, Duras, Killikineen, Kil- liky, Kilmara, in the Diocese of Kilmac- duagh, and Kilcooly and Bullane, in the Diocese of Clonfert. These two latter about 15 miles from the former, in which there is no duty: the others con- tiguous. Cure of souls in all parts. The Incumbent the Rev. Mr. Young, who discharges the duties, not resident, not being able to procure a place of resi- dence. BENEFICES; When United, and by what Authority. Epifcopalty united about 1735- Number of Unions. Fourteen. Number of Benefices. Fiftv- nine. Number of CHURCHES. Fourteen. Number of BENEFICES without CHURCHES. Forty- five, if the word Bene- fice is intended to mean Parish; but if it purports Union, ( as it seems to do in the first marginal Column, being opposed to Num- ber of Denominations,) one Be nefice only is without a Church, and one using a Church not parochial. Number of GLEBE HOUSES. One perfect; one ruinous, and disput- able as to title. Number of BENEFICES without GLEBE HOUSES. Thirteen. Iulinactliiagh. 1 FOR PROVINCE OF CONN AUGHT. 361- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which Parifhes they ftand. 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Pariili;— what Glebe Lands;— Whether contiguous; or How far removed from each other, or from the Church, or Site of the old Church. 6. CURATES Salaries in Cafes of permitted Non- Refulence of the Incumbent; or whether Refident or not. 7- LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to Incumbents. One Church, in good rjpair. Four Glebes; viz. 4 acres near the. church; 3 acres 5 miles; 1 acre 1 mile; if four miles. The Income of this extenfivc Union varies, I am inform- ed, between £ 100. and £. 120. per ann. Number of BENEFICES with GLEBES. Fourteen. Number of BENEFICES without GLEBES. Number of INCUMBENTS aftually Refident upon their refpeftive BENEFICES. None. Six. Number of INCUMBENTS who Refide on their other LIVINGS. Number of INCUMBENTS, who have 110 Houfes in their Parities, but who live fufficientlv near to difcharge their Duty. Two. Three. Number of INCUMBENTS who are abfent with Permifiion. One Number of INCUMBENTS who are abfent without Permiflion. Two. 78. 4 Y GENERAL
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