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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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Historical notes and documents illustrating the organization of the ...

1874
...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....

A handbook of the general convention of the Protestant episcopal Church ...

1875
...consecrated and settled, | he shall be considered as a Member of the Convention, ex Ojficio. \ VI. That the Clergy and Laity assembled in Convention, shall deliberate in one | Body, but shall vote seperately ; and tho Concurrence of both shall be | necessary to give Validity to every Measure. |...

A Handbook of the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church ...

bp. William Stevens Perry - 1877 - 314 sivua
...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. That the first Meeting of the Convention shall be at Philadelphia the | Tuesday before the Feast...

Life and Correspondence of the Rev. William Smith, D. D....: With ..., Nide 2

Horace Wemyss Smith - 1880
...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 be necessary to give validity to every measure. VII. That the first meeting of the Convention shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the Feast...

Life and Correspondence of the Rev. William Smith, D. D.: First ..., Nide 2

Horace Wemyss Smith - 1880
...own rules, shall have one vote ; and the laity, according to their rules, shall have another vote ; and the concurrence of both shall be necessary to give validity to any measure. II. Future Conventions shall frame and establish rules, or canons, for receiving complaints...

Church Law: Suggestions of the Law of the Protestant Episocpal Church in the ...

John W. Andrews - 1883 - 142 sivua
...bishop duly consecrated and settled, he shall be "considered a member of the Convention, ex-officio. 6th. '' That the clergy and laity assembled in "convention..." be necessary to give validity to every measure. 7th. "That the first meeting of the Convention "shall be at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the "...

The History of the American Episcopal Church, 1587-1883: The organization ...

William Stevens Perry - 1885
...duly consecrated and settled, he shall bo considered as a Member of the Convention, ex Oliicio. VI. That the Clergy and Laity assembled in Convention,...shall be necessary to give Validity to every Measure. VII. That the first Meeting of the Convention shall bo at Philadelphia, the Tuesday before the Feast...

Papers of the American Society of Church History

American Society of Church History - 1912
...Episcopal Church in each State send Deputies to the Convention consisting of clergy and laity ; "That clergy and laity assembled in Convention shall deliberate in one body but shall vote separately, and a concurrence of both shall be necessary to give validity to any measure. " The laity, however, were...

History of the American Episcopal Church: From the Planting of the Colonies ...

Samuel David McConnell - 1891 - 392 sivua
...duly consecrated and settled, he shall be considered as a member of the Convention ex oflcio. Sixth, That the Clergy and Laity assembled in Convention,...shall be necessary to give validity to every measure. Seventh, That no powers be delegated to a general ecclesiastical government, except such as cannot...

The General Ecclesiastical Constitution of the American Church: Its History ...

William Stevens Perry - 1891 - 291 sivua
...State send deputies to the Convention, consisting of clergy and laity." The sixth was in these words: "The clergy and laity assembled in Convention shall...concurrence of both shall be necessary to give validity to a measure." In 1789, with the affirmation of the principle as expressed in the second article of 1785,...




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