3 edition of The exactions and impositions of parish fees discovered found in the catalog.
The exactions and impositions of parish fees discovered
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 1748, no.13).
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Reference code: GBDCD-Regr-2 Title: Durham Cathedral Archive: Register II Dates of creation: with occasional earlier and later items Extent: Parchment book, bound in boards covered with modern leather, overlaid with older,?possibly original, leather covers and spine, with a title panel on the spine of red morocco with “REGM IIM” in gold lettering and with 2 brass clasps on. San Lázaro was a parish located outside the city walls and a parish where—as we will see—a critical component of the daily life of the black and slave population evolved. For Surco, Chorrillos, and Magdalena, three minor locations next to San Lázaro, we rely on separate figures that allow us to look more closely at the situation of slaves.
Some were held as knights' fees, some as fee farms, and some were claimed as hereditary rights by families who had held the land for two or three generations. Some 65 Parish Churches were possessed by the Abbot and the Convent, giving them the right of patronage or . And certain it is, that England could not have had those great things to have boasted of at Sea, as now they have; nor could they stand before their Neighbours, were it not for Traffick, which is the only thing that makes a Countrey rich, — Law, and Physick, by great Fees, and corrupt Practice, having a great share in impoverishing this.
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The exactions and impositions of parish fees discovered: shewing the common fees demanded for performing any office of the Church, (as christening, marrying, burying the dead, &c.) are contrary to law: with a touch upon divers clerical and parochial errors, that are crept into the church, and the opinion of Mr.
Strange (then sollicitor general to His Majesty) on a case here stated. The exactions and impositions of parish fees discovered: shewing that the common fees demanded for performing any office of the Church as christening, marrying, burying the dead, &c.
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Nothing at first could turn out more contrary to the king’s wishes than the transactions in Spain. Ferdinand, as well as Henry, had become very unpopular, and from a like cause, his former exactions and impositions; and the states of Castile discovered an evident resolution of preferring the title of Philip and Joan.
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