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CONTAINING A VARIETY OF INFORMATION
SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE PROPER DISCHARGE
AN ACCOUNT OF THE VARIOUS SOCIETIES
INSTITUTED FOR THE BENEFIT OF
CLERGYMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES,
Forms of application for Assistance, &
THE REV. ROBERT SIMPSON, M.A.
R. GROOMBRIDGE, PANYER ALLEY, PATERNOSTER ROW;
The Author offers the following pages rather as a specimen of what he wished to do, than of what he has actually accomplished. He is aware
that a great variety of matter, deeply interesting to the clergy, lies scattered through many and expensive volumes, which are not within the reach of the clergy in general. He was anxious to collect as much as his time and other circumstances would allow. He trusts that the following pages, wanting as they confessedly are in many particulars, may nevertheless not be altogether unacceptable to his younger brethren in the ministry; and he will receive, with the deepest gratitude, any hints, or information, from such as may be disposed to assist him in rendering his work more generally useful, in a future edition.
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ORDINATION of Ministers, p. 1—24: Deacon's Orders, Notice to the Bishop,
Ember Weeks, 1; Si quis, Letters Dimissory, 2; College Testimonials,
Clerical Testimonial, 3; Observations of Bishop of Lincoln, 4; Divinity
Lectures; Certificate of Age, When Certificate of Baptism cannot be found,
5; Nomination or Title, for Orders, 6; Stipend, 8; Examination, 9;
Bishop of Lincoln on; Subscriptions and Oaths, 14; Ordination Service,
“ Moved by the Holy Ghost,” Bishop of Lincoln on, 14; Fees, Letters of
Orders, 19; License to Stipendiary Curate, 20; Canon 32, 21; PRJEST'S
Orders, Practical Questions, 21.
INSTRUCTIONS, various, 24–76: for obtaining License to Stipendiary Curacies,
24–28; Lectureship, 28; Perpetual Curacy, 30; Augmented Chapelry,32;
Collation to Prebend or Benefice, 33; Vicarage, 34; Donative, 36; Institu-
tion, 37; Induction, 37; Reading in, 38; Resignation of Benefice, 40;
Sequestration, 47; Purchase of Advowsons and Presentations, 50; Chap-
laincy to Noblemen, 55; Dilapidations, 58; Exchange, 59; Lapse, 59; on
obtaining Second Benefice, 60; Dispensation, 63; Glebe Houses, 70; As-
sistance in Building, 73; Pyncombe and Horner's Charity, Marshall's Trust,
Royal Bounty, 74; Parliamentary Grants.
PASTORAL WORK, 76—79: Speculum Gregis, 80.
Schools, 81–124; (Infants'), 81; Remarks on, Qualification of Masters and
Mistresses, 85; Address on Establishing, Rules of, 86; Register Books,
87, Apparatus necessary; Time Table, 88; Order of Proceedings, 88;
Prayer, 89; Specimen of Morning and Afternoon Lessons, 89–92; List of
Works on, 92.
(Dames'), 93; (Adult), Regulations, 93; (Day), 95,
(Sunday), Rules for, 96; Sick Club, 97; Library, Registers, Reward Tickets,
98; Texts of Scripture, 99; Hints for Teachers, 100; Sunday School Re-
membrancer Society, Address and Rules, 101; Application for Aid in
Building Schoolrooms, 103; Sunday School Union, 105; British and
Foreign School Society, 106, National Society, 108; Suggestions in Build-
ing, Sites for, 110; Committee of Council on Education, Regulations, 115;
Queries, 119, 122; General Instruction Society, 124.
PUBLIC WORSHIP, 166–174: Mode of Administration, Rubrics, 167; Altera-
tions, Apocryphal Lessons, Proper Lessons, no Publication of Matters
during, 168; Exceptions, Proclamations and Notices, Disturbing Public
Worship, Double Duty in each Church, 169; Time of Service, Place of,
General Remarks on parts of the Service of, Singing, Prayer before Ser-
mon, 170; bidding Prayer, 171; Missionary Sermon, &c. 172; Ordinary
Sermon, 173; Communion Service, Notice of Communion, Oblations what,
Administration of Communion, Alms collected at the Offertory, 174.