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and Bishops respectively, and to their Successors, shall seem proper, in manner hereinafter directed,

XXIV. And be it further enacted, That before any such Church Districts shall or Chapel shall be erected in or for any District, the Bounds for be ascertained such District shall be ascertained by an Instrument in manner by an Instru. following; that is to say, the Archbishop or Bishop of the Diocese, ment under the by Writing under his Hand and Archiepiscopal or Episcopal Seal, subject to Apshall and may set out and describe the Bounds of such District, proval by Lord and the several Townlands which shall be comprised within any Lieutenant. such District respectively; and a Copy of such Instrument shall, within Fourteen Days from the Date thereof, be transmitted to each of the several Incumbents of the Parishes from which such District shall be formed, and also to the Lord Lieutenant in Council ; and the Lord Lieutenant in Council shall hear and determine any Objections which may be made by or on behalf of any such Incumbents, and shall confirm or alter the Bounds of the District so set out and described in such Instrument, as the Circumstances of the Case may appear to require, and shall order such Instrument to be altered accordingly: Provided always, that such Instrument so altered by any such Order, or if no Order shall be made thereupon by the Lord Lieutenant in Council within Six Weeks after the Date of the Transmission of the Copy of such Instrument to the Council Office in Dublin Castle, then such Instrument, as originally transmitted, shall be entered in the Registry of the Diocese, for which Entry the Sum of Thirteen Shillings and Four Pence, and no more, shall be paid to the Registrar, and shall also be enrolled in the Rolls Office of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, for which Enrolment the Sum of Thirteen Shillings and Four Pence, and no more, shall be paid, over and above the Expences usually paid to the Ingrossing Clerk for the same.

XXV. And be it further enacted, That upon and after the Such Districts Registry and Inrolment of any such Instrument, the District to be distinct,

and the therein set out and described shall be deemed and reputed to

Churches or be a several and distinct District or Parish for the Purposes of Chapels to be this Act, and shall be called and known by such Name as shall deemed Perbe given thereto by such Instrument; and every Church or Chapel petual Cures. to be erected in such District shall be deemed a Perpetual Cure; and the Curate of every such Church or Chapel respectively, when Curates thereof duly nominated and licensed, and his Successors, shall be and shall be capable become Bodies Politic and Corporate, and shall be capable of of receiving

Emoluments, receiving any Endowment from any Archbishop or Bishop re

&c. spectively, or their Successors, or from the Rectors or Incumbents of such adjoining Parishes or their Successors, or any other Bodies Corporate or Politic, or any other Person or Persons, and to take and receive Augmentations from the Trustees and Commissioners of the First Fruits of Ecclesiastical Benefices, in such Manner as any Curate of any Impropriate or Appropriate Parish, or Chapel of Ease or Perpetual Cure, is by any Laws in force in Ireland qualified to take the same ; and from and after the Time Curate may when any of the said Cures shall be endowed with sufficient build on Glebe, Quantity of Glebe, it shall and may be lawful for any such and receive his Curate, with the Approbation of the Archbishop or Bishop of from Succes the Diocese, to make such Buildings and Improvements on such 7 & 8 GEO, IV. S

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Glebe, and he shall be entitled to receive such Proportion of the Money expended in making or building the same from his next Successor, as any Curate of any Impropriate or Appropriate

Parish, or Chapel of Ease or Perpetual Cure, is or shall be All Provisions entitled unto for Buildings on the Glebe of his Curacy; and all for building on other Provisions for encouraging the making Buildings and ImGlebes extend. ed to such provements on Glebes belonging to the Curates of Impropriate Curates. or Appropriate Parishes, or Chapels of Ease or Perpetual Cures,

shall extend to Curates of Perpetual Cures under this Act respectively, in the same Manner as they now do to the Curates of Impropriate or Appropriate Parishes, or Chapels of Ease or Per

petual Cures. Vestries shall XXVI. And be it further enacted, That from and after the be held, and

Execution, Registry, and Inrolment of any such Instrument, as Church wardens

before directed, it shall and may be lawful for the Archbishop chosen, and Assessments

or Bishop of the Diocese to appoint Vestries to be held for any made, in such and every such intended District, as a separate Parish, and Two Districts, as in Churchwardens to be chosen, and Sums of Money to be assessed, the Case of

in the same Manner and subject to the same Provisions as Vestries Chapels of Ease, &c.

are directed to be held, and Churchwardens chosen, and Sums assessed for Chapels of Ease or Perpetual Cures, under the Directions of the said recited Acts of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of King George the Third; and that every such District or new Parish shall be subject to all the same Provisions with regard to Vestries, Elections of Churchwardens, and other Parochial Officers, Church Rates, Assessments, and Applotments, and Salaries for Parish Clerks and Sextons, as other Impropriate or Appropriate Curacies, or Chapels of Ease or Perpetual Cures, are now subject

by the said Act, or by any other Act or Acts in force in Ireland. Bihops shall XXVII. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be ascertain the

lawful for the Archbishop or Bishop of the Diocese in which any Rate and Pro- such District or new Parish shall be formed, and he is hereby reportion of Salary to be quired to determine, in and by such Instrument as aforesaid, the paid to Curates Rates and Proportions of Salary which each of the Incumbents by Incumbents, of the adjoining Parishes out of which such District shall be and their

Turns formed shall pay to the Curate of such District or Parish, and to of Nomination.

regulate the Manner in which each of such Incumbents shall, on Vacancies of the said Curacy, nominate to the said Archbishop or Bishop, or their Successors, a sufficient Curate, and also to appoint which of the Incumbents shall first nominate, and the

Order in which the several Incumbents of all such adjoining When the Parishes shall in their Turn nominate such Curate; and so soon Church is

as any such Church or Chapel shall be erected and set apart for erected, the Curate to be

Divine Worship, the Rector or Incumbent of One of the said adnominated.

joining Parishes, whose Turn it shall be, shall nominate to the said Archbishop or Bishop of the Diocese a sufficient Curate for such Church or Chapel ; and such Curate shall be approved of

and licensed by such Archbishop or Bishop, in such Manner as Nomination on other Curates are by Law to be licensed and approved of; and Vacancies.

upon every Vacancy of any such Cure, by the Death or Removal of such Curate, or by his Acceptance of any other Cure, or of any Benefice with Cure of Souls, another Curate shall be nominated by the Rector or Incumbent of such of the said adjoining Parishes whose Turn it shall be so to nominate, in Manner aforesaid; and

in case the Rector or Incumbent of any such adjoining Parish for If'any Incumthe Time being, whose Turn it shall be so to nominate, shall fail bent neglect to or neglect to nominate a Curate for the Space of Two Months nominate in his next after any such Church or Chapel shall be erected and set

Turn, the

Nomination apart, or next after any such Vacancy shall happen, such Incum- shall lapse to bent shall forfeit and lose his Turn for that Time, and it shall the Bishop. and may be lawful for the Archbishop or Bishop respectively to appoint and license a Curate for the District where such Failure shall happen; and such Archbishop or Bishop shall in all Cases allocate such Salary for every such Curate, so to be nominated and Allocation of appointed and licensed for any of the said Cures, as such Arch- Salary. bishop or Bishop is enabled to do by the Laws in force in Ireland in other Cases of Perpetual Cures.

XXVIII. And be it further enacted, That if the Rector or In- Incumbent encumbent of any of such adjoining Parishes shall by Deed in dowing Curacy Writing, with the Consent of the Archbishop or Bishop of the with any Glebe

or Tithes, disDiocese, and of the Patron, and the Dean and Chapter of the

charged from said Diocese, where there is a Dean and Chapter, or in any paying Salary Diocese where there is no Dean and Chapter, then by the Con- to Curate. sent of the major Part of the Beneficed Clergy at their respective Visitations, testified by their being Parties to and affixing their Hands and Seals to such Writing, endow any such Cure with a competent Portion of Glebe or Tithes for or towards the Maintenance of the Curate, such Rector or Incumbent, and his Successors, shall from thenceforth be discharged from the Payment of the Proportion of the Salary of the Curate so endowed; and such Writing shall be registered in the Registry of the Diocese, and inrolled in the Rolls Office of the Chancery of Ireland, for which Inrolment the same Fee as is hereinbefore specified, and no more, shall be paid.

XXIX. And be it further enacted, That every such District or Districts under new Parish, to be formed under the Authority of this Act, shall this Act shall have all Parochial Rights by Law appertaining to any Parish, for have all Paro

chial Rights. the Purposes in this Act mentioned as aforesaid, and for all other Purposes whatsoever, in like Manner to all Intents and Purposes as other Parishes may by Law be entitled unto; and that every such District or new Parish shall be discharged and exempted from all Claims and Charges whatsoever, as Part of any former Parish or Parishes ; saving nevertheless to the Rectors or Incumbents of the several adjoining Parishes, and their Successors, all their Rights as Rectors or Incumbents of the respective Portions of such Districts.

XXX. Provided always, and be it enacted, That this Act shall Cure of Souls not be construed so as to discharge any Rector or Incumbent of shall remain in

Incumbents of any such adjoining Parish, or his Successors, from the Cure of

former Parishen. Souls, or any other Parochial Duties within the Portions of their respective Parishes which shall make Part of such intended Dis. trict, but such Cure of Souls and Duties shall remain in them respectively as before the passing of this Act.

XXXI. And be it further enacted, That if it shall appear proper Where Church to any Archbishop or Bishop in Ireland, in the Manner and under or Chapel is althe Regulations prescribed in the said "Act of the Eleventh and ready erected, Twelfth Years of His late Majesty George the Third, or of this the District Act, to form any District from a Portion of any Parish, or from the Bounds asS 2

any

certained, and any contiguous Portions of Two or more adjoining Parishes, and Church made if in any such Portion of a Parish a Church or Chapel shall have a Perpetual been previously erected for the Accommodation of the Inhabitants Cure.

of such Parish who may live at a Distance from the Parish Church, it shall and may be lawful for such Archbishop or Bishop to form such District, and to ascertain the Bounds thereof in the Manner required by Law, and to make the Church or Chapel within such District a Perpetual Cure, although such Church or Chapel may have been erected before the Formation of such District, or the Ascertainment of the Bounds thereof; any thing in the said Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of His late Majesty, or of this Act, to the contrary notwithstanding.

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CAP. XLIV.
An Act to provide for the Payment of a Salary (in lieu of

Fees) to the Judge of the Prerogative Court and Court of
Faculties in Ireland.

[23d June 1827.] : WHELI

THEREAS the Offices of Judge or Commissary of His Ma

jesty's Court of Prerogative for Causes Ecclesiastical, and Commissary of His Majesty's Court of Faculties, in and ! throughout the whole of that part of the United Kingdom called Ireland, are Judicial Offices, and have always hitherto been held • and enjoyed by one and the same Person : And Whereas it is

expedient that Provision should be made for the Payment of a ? certain annual Salary to the Judge or Person holding or who

shall hold the said Offices jointly, and that such Salary should 4 be in lieu of all Fees and Emoluments whatsoever receivable

by such Judge or Person, and that all such Fees should be ap

plied to the Public Use;' Be it therefore 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 The Offices of Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That Judge of the

from and after the passing of this Act, the Office of Judge or Faculty Courts Commissary of His Majesty's Court of Prerogative for Causes in Ireland shall Ecclesiastical, and the Office of Commissary of His Majesty's be considered Court of Faculties, in and throughout that Part of the United and held as one Kingdom called Ireland, both which Offices are held and enjoyed Office.

by the present Judge or Commissary thereof, shall from thenceforth for ever continue to be jointly held and enjoyed by one and the same Person, and shall from time to time for ever be granted and held as one Office, and that the Person holding such Office shall be styled the Judge or Commissary of His Majesty's Court

of Prerogative for Causes Ecclesiastical and Court of Faculties in Fees shall not and throughout Ireland; and that no Fees or pecuniary Profits be received for whatever, other than and except the Salary permitted by this Act

, the Use of the shall, from and after the Fifth Day of July One thousand eight shall be applied hundred and twenty seven, be received by or shall be payable to to the Public or to the Use of the Person holding or who shall hold the said Service.

Office in respect of the Execution of the said Office, any. Act or
Acts of Parliament, or any Law, Usage, or Custom to the con-
trary in anywise notwithstanding; and that from and after the said
Fifth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven,

all

all Fees and pecuniary Profits heretofore payable to the Use of
the Holder of the Office or Offices aforesaid, shall be collected
and applied to the Public Service in Manner hereinafter men-
tioned and directed.
II. And be it further enacted, That from and after the Fifth Salary of

30001. to be Day of July One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven, there shall be issued and paid and payable to the Judge or Commissary Judge out of the

paid to the said of His Majesty's Court of Prerogative and Court of Faculties Consolidated aforesaid for the Time being, out of and charged and charge. Fund. by quarable upon the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great terly Payments. Britain and Ireland, after paying and reserving sufficient to pay all such Sum and Sums of Money as have been directed by any former Act or Acts of Parliament to be paid out of the said Consolidated Fund, but with Preference to all other Payments which shall or may be hereafter charged upon or payable out of the said Fund, the annual Sum of Three thousand Pounds; and the said Sum of Money to be issued in pursuance of this Act shall from time to time thenceforth be payable and paid quarterly, free and clear of all Taxes and Deductions whatsoever, on the Tenth Day of October, the Fifth Day of January, the Fifth Day of April, and the Fifth Day of July, in every Year, the first Payment thereof to be made on the Tenth Day of October One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.

III. Provided always, and be it further enacted, That when- A Proportion ever any Person holding the Office of Judge or Commissary of of the Quarter's His Majesty's Court of Prerogative and Court of Faculties aforesaid Salary to be shall during the Course of any Quarter resign his said Office, or

payable on Re

signation or shall die, then the Person só resigning the said Office, or the Death, and on Executors or Administrators of such Person so dying (as the Case new Appointmay be), shall be entitled to such proportionable Part of the said ment. Salary as shall have accrued during such Part of the said Quarter as such Person shall have executed such Office as aforesaid; and every Judge or Commissary of His Majesty's Court of Prerogative and Court of Faculties, to be appointed at any Time after the said Fifth Day of July One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven, shall, on the Quarter Day next after his Appointment, be entitled to have and receive, out of the said Consolidated Fund, such Proportion of the said Salary as shall have arisen from the Date of his Appointment.

IV. And be it further enacted, That from and after the Fifth Judge of the Day of July One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven, the said Court shall Judge or Commissary of His Majesty's said Court of Prerogative Barrister or and Court of Faculties shall not practise or be capable of prac- Advocate. tising as a Barrister or Advocate in any Court or Place, or in Conveyancing or giving Opinions, or in any other Manner whatsoever as a Barrister or Advocate.

V. And be it further enacted, That the respective Registrars Registrars shall or Deputy Registrars of His Majesty's Court of Prerogative and deliver quarCourt of Faculties in and throughout Ireland shall, from and terly; to the after the said Fifth Day of July One thousand eight hundred Public Acand twenty seven, receive and collect all the Fees belonging counts, an to the said Office of Judge or Commissary of the Court of Pre- Account of rogative and Court of Faculties respectively, and shall, within Fees received,

and pay the Fourteen Days after the Tenth Day of October, the Fifth Day of

Amount into S 3

January,

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