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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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j t, 1 i! 84 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T OF THE [ Dromore. i. Number of Benefices. 22. * 3- 2 E z § O c I. I. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; 7' heir Diftnncc from each other ; and, The eftimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. Shankhill Re& ory. Tullglish Vi icaragc. INCUMBENTS, Whether having CureofSonls; whether Refident; if not Refident, for what Caufe ; and by whom the Duties are difclurged. Revd Holt Waring; not resident; the Glebe House being under repair; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties from his o present residence, which is suf ficiently near, assisted by a Curate. Revd Chas Hamilton; resident; has cure of souL, and discharges the duties. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. = N. B.— The number of Roman Catholics in this Diocese bear so small a proportion to that of the Protestants, that, in several Parishes, the latter are more than ten to one. In one of these Parishes, it was found, on an enume- ration, that amidst more than 3,000 Families, there was but one of Roman Catholics. ^ Benefices. Unions. 23- I. CHURCHES. BENEFICES without CHURCHES. Twenty- four. None. GLEBE HOUSES. Thirteen. BENEFICES without GLEBE HOUSES. BENEFICES with GLEBES. Ten. Sixteen. Droiv. otv!.] PROVINCE OF A R SI A G 11: \ soft. 4- 5- 6. 7- Number of GLEBE HOUSES; CURATES LIVINGS CHURCHES; In what Parifh;— what Glebe Lands;— Salary in Cafes of permitted of a Value too fmall Whether in Repair, and in Whether contiguous;— Non- Refidence of ths to afford Comfort which of the How far removed from each other, and from the Church, Incumbent, to the. Parifhes they ftand. or Site of the old Church. and w hether Refident or not. Incumbent. A Church, in good repair. An old Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 169 Englifli A Curate; refident; lalary acres. JL- 75- Pcr N. B. The houfe is fo much out of repair, it fliould be rebuilt. A Church, in good repair. A Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 40 Englifh acres, about 1 mile lrom the church. The Diocefe of DROMORE confifts of twenty- three Benefice. 0, one of which is a Union; on thefe Benefices thirteen Incumbents aflually refide; of the ten who do not refide, feven have no Glebe Houfes, but refide fufiiciently near to their refpedtive Benefices to difcharge the duties without incon- venience, and three are abfent with permilfion. There are twenty- four Churches, thirteen Glebe Houfes, and fixteen Glebes. There is no Benefice without a Chuich; but there are ten without Glebe Houfes, and feven without Glebes. 7 » . GENERAL
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