A Brief History of the Church in Upper Canada:: Containing the Acts of Parliament, Imperial and Provincial; Royal Instructions; Proceedings of the Deputation; Correspondence with the Government; Clergy Reserves' Question, &c. &c

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W.E. Painter, ...and sold by all booksellers., 1838 - Canada - 138 pages

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Page 19 - America," and to make further provision for the Government of the said Province...
Page 38 - Person administering the Government therein, to make, from and out of the Lands of the Crown within such Provinces, such Allotment and Appropriation of Lands, for the Support and Maintenance of a Protestant Clergy...
Page 22 - Lands to be thereby granted ; and that such Lands, so allotted and appropriated, shall be, as nearly as the Circumstances and Nature of the Case will admit, of the like Quality as the Lands in respect of which the Same are so allotted and appropriated, and shall be as nearly as the Same can be estimated at the Time of making such Grant, equal in Value to the seventh Part of the Lands so granted.
Page 26 - To the King's Most Excellent Majesty Most Gracious Sovereign, We, Your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the...
Page 9 - ... the government therein, to make, from and out of the lands of the crown within such provinces, such allotment and appropriation of lands for the support and maintenance of a Protestant clergy within the same...
Page 11 - ... granted by His Majesty's royal letters patent to the Bishop of Nova Scotia, or which may hereafter, by His Majesty's royal authority, be lawfully granted or appointed to be administered and executed within the said provinces, or either of them respectively, by the said Bishop of Nova Scotia, or by any other person or persons, according to the laws and canons of the church of England, which are lawfully made and received in England.
Page 8 - ... the clergy of the said church may hold, receive, and enjoy, their accustomed dues and rights, with respect to such persons only as shall profess the said religion.
Page 9 - ... as nearly as the circumstances and nature of .the case will admit, of the like quality as the lands in respect of which the same are so allotted and appropriated, and shall be, as nearly as the same can be estimated at the time of making such grant, equal in value to the seventh part of the lands so granted.
Page 10 - England; and from time to time, by an instrument under the great seal of such province, to endow every such parsonage or rectory with so much or such part of the lands so allotted and appropriated as aforesaid, in respect of any lands within such township or parish, which shall have been granted...
Page 8 - Provided nevertheless, That it shall be lawful for His Majesty, His Heirs or Successors, to make such Provision out of the rest of the said accustomed Dues and Rights, for the Encouragement of the Protestant Religion, and for the Maintenance and Support of a Protestant Clergy within the said Province, as he or they shall, from Time to Time, think necessary and expedient.

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