Church and State in the Modern Age: A Documentary History

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Law enabled, to exercise any Right of Presentation to any Ecclesiastical Benefice whatsoever. . . .

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XXIV. . . . And Whereas the Right and Title of Archbishops to their respective Provinces, of Bishops to their Sees, and of Deans to their Deaneries . . . have been settled . . . by Law; Be it therefore enacted, That if any Person . . . other than the Person thereunto authorized by Law shall assume or use the Name, Style, or Title of Archbishop of any Province, Bishop of any Bishopric, or Dean of any Deanery in England or Ireland, he shall for every such Offence forfeit . . . One hundred Pounds.

XXV. . . . if any Person holding any Judicial or Civil Office, or any Mayor, Provost, Jurat, Bailiff, or other Corporate Officer, shall . . . be present at any Place . . . for Religious Worship in England and Ireland, other than that of the United Church of England and Ireland, or in Scotland, other than that of the Church of Scotland, . . . in the Robe, Gown, or other peculiar Habit of his Office, or attend with the Ensign or Insignia . . . of . . . such his Office, such Persons shall . . . forfeit such Office and pay for every such Offence . . . One hundred Pounds.

XXVI. . . . if any Roman Catholic Ecclesiastic, or any Member of any of the Orders . . . shall . . . exercise any of the Rites or Ceremonies of the Roman Catholic Religion, or wear the Habits of his Order, save within the usual Places of Worship of the Roman Catholic Religion, or in private Houses, such Ecclesiastic or other Person shall . . . forfeit for every such Offence . . . Fifty Pounds.

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XXVIII. And whereas Jesuits, and members of other Religious Orders . . . of the Church of Rome . . . are resident within the United Kingdom; and it is expedient to make Provision for the gradual Suppression and final Prohibition of the same therein; Be it therefore enacted, That every Jesuit, and every Member of any other Religious Order . . . of the Church of Rome . . . who at the time of the Commencement of this Act shall be within the United Kingdom, shall within Six Calendar Months . . . deliver to the Clerk of the Peace of the County or Place where such person shall reside . . . a Notice . . . which . . . such Clerk . . . shall . . . register amongst the Records of such County or Place . . . and shall forthwith transmit a Copy . . . to the Chief Secretary of the Lord Lieutenant . . . of Ireland . . . or . . . to One of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. . . .

Source: 10 Geo. IV, c. 7; The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland [1829] ( London, 1829), pp. 49-57.


SUAGGESTIONS FOR BACKGROUND AND REFERENCE

D. Gwynn, The Struggle for Catholic Emancipation 1750-1829 ( London, 1928).

E. Halevy, A History of the English People in the Nineteenth Century ( London, 1924- 1934), II, 237-306.

U. Henriques, Religious Toleration in England, 1787-1833 ( Toronto, 1961), pp. 136-174.

G. I. T. Machin, The Catholic Question in English Politics, 1820-1830 ( Oxford, 1964).

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