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" That the Clergy and Laity, assembled in convention, shall deliberate in one body, but shall vote separately : and the concurrence of both shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. "
The Colonial Church Chronicle and Missionary Journal - Sivu 233
1860
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A Treatise on the Law of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States

Murray Hoffman - 1850 - 480 sivua
...the American Revolution and the Constitution of the respective states. 5th. That in every state, when there shall be a bishop duly consecrated and settled,...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. The seventh article recommended the time, and place of the meeting, (Philadelphia, September, 1785,)...

A treatise on the law of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States

Murray Hoffman - 1850 - 488 sivua
...bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered a member of the convention, ex ojficio. 6th. That the clergy and laity, assembled in convention,...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. The seventh article recommended the time and place of the meeting, (Philadelphia, September, 1785,)...

Theophilus Americanus ; Or, Insturction for the Young Student, Concerning ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1852 - 426 sivua
...in every State where there shall be a Bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered as a member of the Convention ex officio. " 6th. That...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. " 7th. That the first meeting of the Convention shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the Feast...

The Genius and Mission of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States

Calvin Colton - 1853 - 306 sivua
...bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered as a member of the Convention ex officio. 6. That the clergy and laity assembled in convention...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. 7. That the first meeting of the Convention shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the feast...

The Channel islands magazine

1853
...Bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered a member of the convention, ex officio. V. That the Clergy and Laity assembled in convention...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. VI. That the first meeting of convention shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the feast of...

The Colonial Church chronicle, and missionary journal. July 1847-Dec. 1874

1858
...full and formal Convention was held in New York, when the above article was amended as follows:— 6th. That the clergy and laity, assembled in convention,...above any lay delegate, not even that of presiding. In 1789 an amendment to this Article was adopted, to the effect that 'when there should be three Bishops...

Theophilus Americanus: or, Instruction for the young student, concerning the ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1859 - 426 sivua
...Bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered as a member of the Convention ex qfficio. " 6th. That the clergy and laity, assembled in Convention,...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. " 7th. That the first meeting of the Convention shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the Feast...

The Church Review, Nide 11

1859
...Bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered as a member of the convention ex officio. 6. That the clergy and laity, assembled in convention,...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. 7. That the first meeting of the convention shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the feast...

Journals of the General Conventions of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in ...

Episcopal Church. General Convention - 1861 - 655 sivua
...duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered as a member of the Convention ex Officio. VI. That the Clergy and Laity assembled in Convention, shall deliberate in one Body, but shall vote seperately; and the concurrence of both shall be necessary to give Validity to every Measure. VII....

Church and State review, ed. by archdeacon Denison

George Anthony Denison - 1862
...send deputies to the [General] Convention, consisting of clergy and laity ;" and the sixth provided that " the clergy and laity assembled in Convention...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure." These features have ever since remained a fixed part of the American, system of Church legislation,...




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