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present Majesty until the Tenth Day of October One thousand • eight hundred and twenty seven : And Whereas it is expedient that the said Act should be further continued as hereinafter mentioned ;' Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excel

lent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That the said Recited Act recited Act, passed in the Fifty ninth Year aforesaid, shall be and further con. the same is hereby further continued until the Tenth Day of Oc- tinued. tober One thousand eight hundred and thirty, save and except so far as the said Act passed in the Fifty ninth Year aforesaid, and also another Act therein mentioned and thereby continued, passed in the Fifty first Year of the Reign of His late Majesty, are repealed or altered by an Act passed in the Sixth Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, for repealing the Excise Duties and Drawbacks on Flint Glass in Great Britain, and imposing other Duties and another Drawback in lieu thereof throughout the United Kingdom.

CAP. XLI.
An Act for raising the Sum of Thirteen millions eight hun-

dred thousand Pounds by Exchequer Bills, for the Service
of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.

[21st June 1827.] CAP. XLII. An Act for granting and applying certain Sums of Money for the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.

[21st June 1827.] [For the Service of 1827, there shall be applied 11,600,0001. from

Consolidated Fund ; 81,7541. Is. Surplus of Grants for 1826 ; any Sum of Money paid into the Exchequer before the 5th April 1828 in respect of Exchequer Bills issued for Public Works ; and also the Balance now in the Exchequer, or which before 5th April 1828 may be paid by the Bank of England pursuant to 56 G. 3. c. 97.; and also 5,936l. 3s. 7d. remaining in the Exchequer as Out Cash; and also 3541. Os. 8d. charged on Consolidated Fund

for Services which cannot now be claimed.]

CA P. XLIII.
An Act to consolidate and amend the Laws in force in

Ireland for Unions and Divisions of Parishes, and for
uniting or disappropriating Appropriate Parishes or Parts
of Parishes; and to make further Provision with respect
to the erecting Chapels of Ease, and making Perpetual
Cures.

[230 June 1827.] THEREAS several Acts have been passed in the Parlia

ment of Ireland for Unions and Divisions of Parishes, and for uniting or disappropriating Appropriate Parishes or · Parts of Parishes; and it is desirable that the Provisions contained in such Acts of Parliament should be consolidated R 4

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Certain Irish
Acts or Parts
of Acts re-
pealed; viz.
2 G. 1. c. 14.

in part.

8 G. 1. c. 12.

in part.

10 G. 1. c. 7. in part.

and amended;' Be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That from and after the passing of this Act the several Acts hereinafter mentioned, or so much of such Acts as is hereinafter specified or referred to, shall be repealed; that is to say, so much and such Part only of an Act passed in the Second Year of the Reign of King George the First, intituled An Act for real Union and Division of Parishes, as relates to the real Union and Division of Parishes ; and also so much of an Act passed in the Eighth Year of the Reign of the said King, intituled An Act for the better enabling the Clergy having Cure of Souls to reside upon their respective Benefices, and for the Encouragement of Protestant Schools within this Kingdom of Ireland, as relates to the endowing of Churches with Glebes in the Case of Unions of Parishes;

and also so much of an Act passed in the Tenth Year of the Reign of the said King, intituled An Act for confirming the several Grants made by Her late Majesty of the First Fruits and Twentieth Parts payable out of Ecclesiastical Benefices in this Kingdom, and also for giving the Archbishops and other Ecclesiastical Persons Four Years Time for the Payment of First Fruits, for incorporating the Trustees and Commissioners of the said First Fruits, as relates to the Payment of First Fruits by divided

Parishes; and also so much of an Act passed in the Seventh Year of the Reign of King George the Second, intituled An Act for continuing several temporary Statutes, and for other Purposes therein mentioned, as relates to the separating or uniting Glebes belonging to Parishes ; and also the whole of an Act passed in the Ninth Year of the Reign of the said King George the Second, for ex: plaining and amending the said first recited Act of the Second Year of King George the First; and also so much of an Act passed in the Seventh Year of the Reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, for explaining and amending the said first recited Act of the Second Year of King George the First, and for other Purposes, as relates to the Payment of Money for Buildings or Improvements made in Glebes in the Case of real Union and Division of Parishes; and also so much of an Act passed in the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of the Reign of His said late Majesty, intituled · An Act for erecting Parochial Chapels of Ease in Parishes of large Extent, and making such Chapels, and those that are already erected, Perpetual Cures, and for making a proper Provision for the Maintenance of Perpetual Curates to officiate in the same ; and also in like Manner for making Appropriate Parishes Perpetual Cures, as relates to the uniting or disappropriating Appropriate Parishes; and also so much of an Act passed in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Years of His said late Majesty, intituled An Ad to amend an Act passed in the Eighth Year of His present Majesty intituled, ' An Act for erecting Two Chapels of Ease in the Parish of Armagh, and making such Chapels and those that are already in said Parish, Perpetual Cures, and for making a proper Provision for the Maintenance of Perpetual Curates to officiate in the same, and for other Purposes, as relates to the uniting or disappropriating Appropriate Parishes; and also so much of an Act

7 G. 2. c..

in part.

passed

9 G. 2. c. 12.

7 G. 3. c. 9.

in part.

11 & 12 G. 3. c. 16. in part.

13 & 14 G. S. 6. 27. in part.

passed in the Twenty third and Twenty fourth Years of King 23 & 24 G. 3. George the Third, intituled An Act for making Appropriate Parishes c. 49. in part. belonging to Archbishops and Bishops Perpetual Cures, and the better to enable such Archbishops and Bishops to endow and augment the Endowment of Vicarages and Curacies to them respectively appertaining; and to render more effectual the several Acts now in force to enable the Clergy having Cure of Souls to reside on their respective Benefices, and to build on their respective Glebe Lands, as relates to the uniting or disappropriating of Appropriate Parishes; and the said several Acts and Parts of Acts as aforesaid are hereby respectively repealed accordingly.

II. And be it further enacted, That from and after the passing Lord Lieuof this Act it shall and may be lawful for the Lord Lieutenant or tenant, with

Assent of the other Chief Governor or Governors of Ireland for the Time being,

Privy Council, with the Assent of the major Part of His Majesty's Privy Council

Bishop, Pain Ireland in Council assembled, Six at least consenting, and trons, &c. may with the Advice and Approbation of the Archbishop of the Pro- divide or unite vince and the Bishop of the Diocese, certified under their Hands Parishes. and Archiepiscopal and Episcopal Seals, with the Consent of the respective Patrons, certified under their Hands and Seals, attested by Two or more credible Witnesses subscribing thereunto, to divide old Parishes, or to separate any Parish or Part of a Parish heretofore united, in whatever Mander such Union may have been effected, and to unite Parishes one to another, or any Part of a Parish to another Parish, or Part of a Parish in perpetuity, and to erect such divided or united Parishes or Parts of Parishes into new Parishes, with all Parochial Rights.

III. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful Lord Lieufor the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief Governor or Governors tenant,&c. may of Ireland, with such Advice and Approbation and in such Man- in like Manner

separate or ner as are hereinbefore mentioned, to divide and separate or to unite Glebes, unite the Glebe belonging to any Parishes so divided and sepa- and annex the rated or united, and to annex such Glebe, or any Part or Pro- same to portion thereof, to such divided or united Parish or Parishes Parishes. or Parts thereof, which shall be erected into new Parishes or united to others; and that all such Divisions and Separations or Unions of Glebes shall be good, firm, and valid in Law; and that such Glebe, or such Part thereof as shall be so annexed, shall be always deemed and taken to be the Glebe or Glebes of such newly-erected or united Parish or Parishes; and that the Incumbents of any such newly-erected or united Parish or Parishes shall hold and enjoy such divided and separated or united Part of such Glebe, annexed to such newly-erected or united Parish, in as full and ample Manner to all Intents and Purposes as if such newly-erected or united Parish had been an old Parish, and as if such Proportion of Glebe had been always held with, and enjoyed as the Glebe belonging to, such newly-erected or united Parish or Parishes, any Law or Usage to the contrary notwithstanding.

IV. And be it further enacted, That where One or more Parish Where or Parishes, or Part of One or more Parish or Parishes, shall be Parishes, &c. united to another Parish or Parishes, or to a Part of any Parish are so united, or Parishes, in pursuance of this Act, and the Incumbent of any

Incumbent,&c.

succeeding of the said united Parishes, or of the Parish or Parishes whereof shall pay First

Part Fruits.

Part only shall be so united to any other Parish or Parishes, shall die, resign, or be removed, then the next Incumbent or Person succeeding in the Place of him so dying, resigning, or being removed, shall be chargeable with and shall accordingly pay the First Fruits of such Parish or Parishes, or Part of Parish or Parishes, so united, as if he were legally collated or instituted and inducted to the same; and to the End that such Incumbent may be charged with such First Fruits, the Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland are hereby respectively required, each in his own Diocese, to make and return to the First Fruits Office a Certificate of the Death, Removal, or Resignation of such Incumbent or Incumbents of any such Parish or Parishes, or Part of Parish or Parishes, so united, and the Name of the next Incumbent or Person succeeding in the Place of him so dying, resigning, or being removed as aforesaid, together with the several and particular Denominations of each divided and united Parish or Parishes, within such Time and in such and the same Manner as Certificates are or usually have been made and returned upon the Institution or Collation of Incumbents to Livings or Benefices in Ireland.

V. And in order to prevent any Disputes which might arise upon the apportioning the First Fruits, Crown Rents, Port Corn Rents, Pensions, Procurations, Synodals, and Salaries payable to

the Schoolmasters of the Diocesan Schools hy the several IncumThe Bishop, on bents of such divided or united Parishes, be it enacted, That Application of upon the Application of any Incumbent of any such divided or any Incumbent united Parish or Parishes to the Bishop of the Diocese in which of divided or united Parishes,

such divided or united Parish lies, it shall be lawful for such shall enquire

Bishop, and he is hereby empowered and directed, to enquire into the Value and the Value of such Parishes or Parts of Parishes as are separated settle the Pro- and divided from the old Parish, and erected into the new Parish, portion of First Fruits,

and to settle and adjust the Proportion of First Fruits, Crown Rents, Port Corn Rents, Pensions, Procurations, and Synodals, and the Salaries of the said Schoolmasters, which the Incumbent of such old divided Parish and newly.erected Parish is to pay ; which Adjudication, being in Writing, and signed and sealed by the said Bishop, and registered in the Register Book of the said Bishop, shall be the Proportion which the Incumbent of such newly-erected Parish is to pay, and shall be binding and conclusive upon the several Incumbents of such divided and united Parish and Parishes, and their Successors; any Law to the con

trary notwithstanding. and return into VI. And be it further enacted, That such Adjudication being the Exchequer made by the Bishop of the Diocese in manner as aforesaid, a a Certificate of Certificate of so much thereof as relates to the Proportion of First such Propor

Fruits, Crown Rent, and Port Corn Rent, where with the said old tions, by which the Parishes

divided Parishes and new erected Parishes are to be charged by shall be the said Adjudication, shall be returned by the Bishop of the charged in Diocese under his Episcopal Seal into His Majesty's Court of Process. Exchequer, there to be filed of Record; and such old divided

Parishes and newly-erected Parishes shall be charged in all Process to be issued out of the said Court for First Fruits, Crown Rent, and Port Corn Rent, according to the Proportion certified as aforesaid, and not otherwise; any Law or Usage to the contrary notwithstanding,

VII. And

&c. ;

are vacant.

VII. And be it further enacted, That after Presentation and In- For Election of stitution or Collation, and also Induction of any Clerk or Incum- Parish Officers bent to any such united Parish, such Clerk or Incumbent, with in such Parts of the Parishioners and Inhabitants of such Parish or Parts of a

the Union as Parish which shall be then vacant and become part of such united Parish, shall proceed to the Election and Appointment of Churchwardens and other Parish Officers, as by Law they might have done if the other parts of such united Parish had become void ; which Churchwardens and other Parish Officers shall from time to time be elected and appointed in manner required by Law, as Churchwardens and other Parish Officers are in other Parishes elected and appointed, till the other Parts of such united Parish shall become void ; and after such Avoidance the Election and Appointment of such Churchwardens and other Parish Officers of such united Parish shall be in the same Manner, and at the same Time, and by the same Persons, as is required by Law in the other Parishes of the Diocese in which such united or newlyerected Parish lies and is situated.

VIII. And be it further enacted, That where any large Parish Incumbent of shall be divided in manner as in this Act is mentioned, and that divided Parish the Incumbent of any such divided Parish shall be entitled to shall receive

from his Suc. receive any Sum of Money from his next Successor in any such

cessor a ProParish, in case the same had not been divided, on account of

portion of any Purchase of Glebe or Addition to the Glebe, or of any Build- Amount of ings or Improvements made on the Glebe of such Parish, or any such ImproveMoney paid by him to his Predecessor on such Account,'accord- ments, although ing to the Laws in force for that Purpose, such Incumbent shall exceeding Two

Years Income. have and be entitled to receive from hisnext Successor in that Part of such divided Parish within which such additional Glebe shall be situate, or on which such Buildings and Improvements shall have been made, the same Sum as he would have been entitled to receive if the said Parish had not been divided, although the Sum so to be received should exceed Two Years Income of that Part of the Parish ; and such Incumbent, having paid such Proportion of the said Money, shall be entitled to receive such Proportion of the Money so to be paid from his Successors, according to the Laws in force for that Purpose, in such Manner as he ought in case such Parish had not been divided.

IX. And be it further enacted, That where any such Union On Death or or Unions shall be made by virtue of this Act, and a new Parish Removal of erected, and it shall happen that any Incumbent enjoying any Incumbent of Parish or Part of a Parish so united to any other Parish or Part any newly..

erected Parish, of a Parish constituting the newly-erected Parish shall die or be

the Patron enremoved, whereby the Parish or Part of a Parish which such titled to the Incumbent so dying or removed held and enjoyed is no longer first Avoidan old Parish or Part of an old Parish, but is become part of ance may prethe united and newly-erected Parish, it shall and may be lawful, sent to such

new Parish. from and after the Death or Removal of such Incumbent, to and for the Patron or Patrons of such united and newly-erected Parish, who by Law is or are entitled to present or collate to the First Turn upon the Avoidance of such newly-erected Parish, to present or collate his Clerk to such newly erected Parish by the Name or Description which such newly-erected Parish is distinguished or called by in the Act of Council establishing such Union and 14

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