The Publications of the Thoresby Society, Volume 11

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Thoresby Society, 1904
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Page 272 - That such as profess faith in God by Jesus Christ (though differing in judgment from the doctrine, worship or discipline publicly held forth) shall not be restrained from, but shall be protected in, the profession of the faith and exercise of their religion...
Page 37 - Moder, and to all the holy company of hevyn, and my body to be buryed...
Page 262 - Church, and also upon pain that every person so offending shall forfeit for every such offence twelve pence, to be levied by the Church-wardens of the parish where such offence shall be done, to the use of the poor of the same parish, of the goods, lands and tenements of such offender, by way of distress.
Page 265 - Constables of the same parish or the more part of them, or in default of their agreement by the order of such Justice or Justices of Peace as shall dwell in the same parish or (if...
Page 33 - ... granted to them and the heirs of their two bodies free from all manner of service to the donor...
Page 292 - The Society was formed in 1889 for antiquarian objects in connection with Leeds and District. Its publications include the Leeds Parish Church Register, Adel Register, Methley Register, Kirkstall Abbey Coucher Book, Calverley Charters, local Wills and Subsidy Rolls, Leeds Plans, and Miscellanea.
Page 262 - Sunday following, if need require, when the people are at the church at divine service, shall gently ask and demand of every man and woman what they of their charity will be contented to give weekly towards the relief of the poor...
Page 270 - Law, the putting of ministers upon parishes, without the patron's and people's consent. 27. The imposing of oaths of various and trivial articles yearly upon churchwardens and sidesmen, which they cannot take without perjury, unless they fall at jars continually with their ministers and neighbours, and wholly neglect their own calling. 28. The...

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