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Searching for bills with subject of 400 - 'Livings, entitlements, tithes'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1695Parish union and divisionFor the real union and division of parishes.Not Enacted
1695TithesFor recovery of tithes.Not Enacted
1695TithesFor the better payment of tithes.Not Enacted
1695Tithings, oblations and mortuaries[For reviving] an act made in Ireland of the 17th and 18th of King Charles II, entitled an act concerning tithings, oblations and mortuaries.Not Enacted
1695Bishops' leasesTo enable archbishops and bishops of this realm to make leases for lives.Not Enacted
1697Clerical residenceTo oblige the clergy to reside on their cures.Not Enacted
1697SimonyAgainst simony.Not Enacted
1697TithesFor the more speedy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues, and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1697Ministers' moneyFor the more effectual and better recovery of certain dues to the church commonly called ministers money in cities and towns corporate within this kingdom.Not Enacted
1698TithesFor recovery of tithes of the value of 40s. or under that value.Not Enacted
1703GlebesFor exchange of glebes belonging to churches in this kingdom.2 Anne c.10
1703GlebesTo purchase glebes to make the residence of the clergy more easy and practicable.Not Enacted
1703TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1705TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1705TithesFor the more easy recovery of small tithes.Not Enacted
1707Church land improvementsFor making some alterations in an act, made in the 10th year of his late majesty King Williams reign, entitled, an act to encourage building of houses, and making other improvements on church lands, and to prevent dilapidations.Not Enacted
1711TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues, and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1711Manse housesFor the amending and putting in execution an act for improving of manse houses.Not Enacted
1713TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes, and other ecclesiastical dues, and to prevent frequent excommunications.Not Enacted
1715First fruitsFor confirming the several grants made by her late majesty of the first fruits and twentieth parts payable out of the ecclesiastical benefices in this kingdom, and also for giving the archbishops, bishops and other ecclesiastical persons four years time for the payment of first fruits.2 George I c.15
1715Mensal landsTo explain part of a statute of the 10th and 11th of King Charles I entitled an act for the preservation of the church, as far it relates to demesnes of mensal lands.Not Enacted
1717TithesFor the more easy recovery of small tithes and other ecclesiastical dues, and for preventing of excommunications.Not Enacted
1719TithesFor the more easy recovery of small tithes.Not Enacted
1719AdvowsonsFor better securing the right of advowson and presentation to ecclesiastical benefices.6 George I c.11
1719Impropriations and tithe restitutionFor amending and enforcing a clause contained in an act to enable restitution of impropriations and tithes, and other rights ecclesiastical, to the clergy, with a restraint of alienating the same, and direction for presentation to the churches.6 George I c.14
1719Curates' maintenanceFor the better maintenance of curates within the Church of Ireland.6 George I c.13
1721GlebesFor supplying a defect in an act passed in the 2nd year of her late majesty's reign, entitled, an act for the exchange of glebes belonging to the churches in this kingdom.8 George I c.11
1721Tithe of hemp, flax and hopsFor ascertaining the tithes of hemp, flax and hops.Not Enacted
1723First fruitsFor amending an act, entitled an act, for confirming the several grants made by her late majesty of the first fruits and twentieth parts, payable out of the ecclesiastical benefices in this kingdom, and also for giving the archbishops and other ecclesiastical persons for four years for the payment of first fruits, and for incorporating the trustees and commissioners of said first fruits.10 George I c.7
1723Curates' maintenanceFor explaining an amending an act entitled, an act for the better maintenance of curates.Not Enacted
1723Preserving inheritance of churchFor explaining and amending an act, entitled, an act for the preservation of the inheritance, rights and profits of the lands belonging to the Church and persons ecclesiastical.Not Enacted
1725Curates' maintenanceFor the better maintenance of curates.Not Enacted
1727TithesFor the more easy recovery of tithes, and other ecclesiastical dues of small value.1 George II c.12
1727Presentation and nomination to small livingsTo enable archbishops, bishops, and other ecclesiastical persons, and corporations, to grant their patronage or right of presentation, or nomination to small livings, to such persons as might augment the same, and to enable archbishops, bishops, and other ecclesiastical persons therein mentioned, to make agreements with their tenants for enclosing and improving their woods.1 George II c.18
1727Curates' maintenanceFor explaining and amending an act, entitled, an act for the better maintenance of curates within the Church of Ireland.1 George II c.22
1727AdvowsonsFor the better securing the rights of advowson and presentation to ecclesiastical benefices.1 George II c.23
1733Clerical residenceFor making more effectual and amending an act, passed in the 36th year of the reign of King Henry VI, entitled, an act that beneficed persons shall keep residence.Not Enacted
1735Tithe of hemp and flaxFor the better ascertaining the tithes of hemp and flax.Not Enacted
1735Tithe of agistmentFor ascertaining the tithe of herbage, or agistment of dry and barren cattle in this kingdom, and settling the methods of recovering the same.Not Enacted
1737Tithe of hemp and flaxFor the better ascertaining the tithe of hemp and flax.Not Enacted
1737Bishops' leasesFor repealing so much of the said statute as relates to the issuing commissions under the great seal for inquiring into and finding the value of bishops' leases.Not Enacted
1737Preserving inheritance of churchTo explain and amend an act, passed in the 10th and 11th years of King Charles I, entitled, an act for the preservation of the inheritance, rights, and profits of lands belonging to the Church and persons ecclesiastical.Not Enacted
1749Tithes and maintenance for parish clerksFor amending, continuing and making more effectual, the several acts now in force in this kingdom, for the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues of small value, and also for the more easy providing a maintenance for parish clerks.23 George II c.12
1749Bishops' landsTo enable archbishops and other ecclesiastical persons, to exchange and divide such of their lands, as lie interspersed, or lie in common with, or contiguous to the lands of lay persons.Not Enacted
1755Tithes and maintenance for parish clerksTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act for amending, continuing and making more effectual the several acts now in force in this kingdom, for the more easy recovery of tithes, and other ecclesiastical dues of small value, and also for the more easy providing a maintenance for parish clerks.Not Enacted
1755Clerical residenceMore effectually to enable the clergy, having cure of souls, to reside upon their respective benefices, and to build upon their respective glebe lands.Not Enacted
1757Tithes and maintenance for parish clerksFor amending, continuing and making more effectual the several acts in force in this kingdom for the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues of small value, and also for the more easy providing and maintenance for parish clerks.Not Enacted
1757Clerical residenceMore effectually to enable the clergy, having cure of souls, to reside upon their respective benefices, and to build upon their respective glebe lands.31 George II c.11
1757Clerical residenceMore effectually to enforce the residence of the inferior clergy.Not Enacted
1759TithesTo continue, amend and make more effectual the several acts now in force in this kingdom for the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues of small value.Not Enacted
1759Tithes and maintenance for parish clerksFor reviving and amending an act, passed in the 23rd year of his present majesty's reign, entitled, an act for amending, continuing and making more effectual the several laws now in force in this kingdom for the more easy recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues of small value, and also for the more easy providing a maintenance for parish clerks, so far only as the same relates to the more easy providing a maintenance for parish-clerks, and to encourage the building of new churches.33 George II c.11
1763TithesTo amend and explain an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of HenryVIII entitled an act for tithes, and for other purposes therein mentioned.3 George III c.25
1763Curates' maintenanceFor augmenting the salaries of curates, or any other person in holy orders by any other title or denomination, who shall be legally appointed to assist the incumbent of any parish in discharging the duty thereof.Not Enacted
1763Tithe of corn, potatoes and bullocksFor ascertaining the tithes to be taken of corn and potatoes, and for bullocks, and for the better securing the same to the clergy.Not Enacted
1765Clergy support and vindicationFor the more effectual support of the clergy and the vindication of their rights.Not Enacted
1767TithesTo continue and amend an act passed in the 3rd year of his majesty's reign entitled an act to amend and explain an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of HenryVIII entitled an act for tithes, and for other purposes therein mentioned.7 George III c.21
1771BTithe of hemp, flax, madder and hopsFor the encouragement of the growth and cultivation of hemp, flax, madder and hops in this kingdom, by ascertaining the tithe thereof.Not Enacted
1773Tithe of flax, hemp and madderFor regulating tithes of flax, hemp and madder.Not Enacted
1775GlebesTo explain and amend the several statutes in force in this kingdom, relative to the exchange of glebe lands, and the endowment of churches with new glebes, and to remove some doubts relative to the said statutes, and for other purposes.15 & 16 George III c.17
1779Tithe of flax, hemp and madderFor regulating the tithe of flax, hemp and madder.Not Enacted
1781TithesTo enable the clergy to issue process or execution for debts due to them for tithes or dues under the sum of 5.21 & 22 George III c.31
1781Tithe commutationFor the commutation of tithes.Not Enacted
1783Appropriate parishes and clerical residenceFor making appropriate parishes belonging to archbishops and bishops perpetual cures and the better to enable such archbishops and bishops to endow and augment the endowments of vicarages and curacies to them respectively appropriate, and to render more effectual the several acts now in force to enable the clergy having cure of souls to reside upon their respective benefices and to build on their respective glebe lands.23 & 24 George III c.49
1785Parish clerks' maintenanceFor the better carrying into execution the several laws for providing a maintenance for parish clerks, and for other purposes.Not Enacted
1785First fruitsFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the board of first fruits for the purposes therein mentioned.25 George III c.26
1785Parish clerks' maintenanceFor the better carrying into execution the several laws for providing a maintenance for parish clerks, and for other purposes.25 George III c.58
1786First fruitsFor granting the sum of 5,000 to the board of first fruits for the purposes therein mentioned.26 George III c.53
1787Tithe compensationTo enable all ecclesiastical persons, and all rectors, vicars and curates, and those deriving by, from or under them, to recover a just compensation for the tithes withheld from them in the year 1786, in the several counties therein mentioned, against such persons who were liable to the same.27 George III c.36
1788Tithe compensationTo enable all ecclesiastical persons and bodies, rectors, vicars and curates, and impropriators, and those deriving by, from or under them, to recover a just compensation for the tithes withheld from them in the year 1787, in the several counties therein mentioned, against such persons who were liable to the same, and to explain and amend an act made in the 27th year of his majesty's reign entitled an act to enable all ecclesiastical persons, and all rectors, vicars and curates, and impropriators, and those deriving by, from or under them, to recover a just compensation for the tithes withheld from them in the year 1786, in the several counties therein mentioned, against such persons who were liable to the same.28 George III c.44
1788Tithe of rapeFor the better ascertaining the tithe of rape.Not Enacted
1788Tithe of flax in MunsterFor the better ascertaining the tithe of flax in the province of Munster.Not Enacted
1788Tithe of hempFor the better ascertaining the tithe of hemp.28 George III c.29
1789First fruitsFor better enforcing the payment of the first fruits chargeable on the clergy.29 George III c.26
1789Tithes commissionTo appoint commissioners for the purpose of enquiring into the state of tithes in the different provinces of this kingdom.Not Enacted
1789Tithe of flaxTo ascertain the tithe of flax.Not Enacted
1792GlebesTo explain and amend an act made in this kingdom in the 8th year of King George I, entitled, an act for supplying a defect in an act passed in the 2nd year of the reign of her late majesty Queen Anne, entitled, an act for the exchange of glebes belonging to the churches in this kingdom.32 George III c.34
1792Trusts for forfeited impropriations and tithesTo explain the trusts for which certain rectories impropriate and tithes forfeited by reason of the rebellion in this kingdom in the year 1688, were conveyed to certain trustees nominated by the several bishops, in whose dioceses such rectories impropriate and tithes are situated.32 George III c.12
1793Trusts for forfeited impropriations and tithesTo explain and amend an act passed in the last session of parliament entitled an act to explain the trusts for which certain rectories impropriate, and tithes, forfeited by reason of the rebellion in this kingdom in the year 1688, were conveyed to certain trustees nominated by the several bishops in whose dioceses such rectories impropriate and tithes are situate.33 George III c.48
1795TithesTo explain and amend an act, entitled, an act to continue and amend an act passed in the 3rd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to amend and explain an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of HenryVIII, entitled, an act for tithes.Not Enacted
1795TithesTo declare the law relative to tithes.Not Enacted
1795TithesTo explain an act passed in the 7th year of the reign of his present majesty, entitled, an act to continue and amend an act passed in the 3rd year of his majesty's reign, entitled, an act to amend and explain an act made in the 33rd year of the reign of HenryVIII, entitled, an act for tithes.35 George III c.32
1798TithesFor the more easy and effectual recovery of tithes and other ecclesiastical dues of small value, and for comprising into one act the several laws now in force for the recovery of the same, where they do not amount to above the year value of 40s. from any one person, and for repealing all other laws for the recovery of the same.Not Enacted
1799TithesTo enable all ecclesiastical persons and bodies, rectors, vicars and curates and impropriators, and those deriving by, from, or under them, to receive a just compensation for the tithes withheld from them in the years 1797 and 1798, against such persons as were liable to the same.39 George III c.14
1800Curates' maintenanceFor the further support and maintenance of curates within the Church of Ireland.40 George III c.27
1800Tithe of agistmentTo quiet and bar all claims of tithe agistment for dry and barren cattle.40 George III c.23
1800First fruitsFor amending an act, entitled, an act for confirming the several grants made by her late majesty of the first fruits and twentieth parts payable out of the ecclesiastical benefices in this kingdom, and also, for giving the archbishops and other ecclesiastical persons four years time for the payment of first fruits, and for incorporating the trustees and commissioners of the said first fruits.40 George III c.46
1800Tithe compensationTo enable all ecclesiastical persons and bodies, rectors, vicars, and curates and impropriators, and those deriving by, from or under them, to recover a just compensation for tithes withheld from them in the year 1799, against such persons as were liable to the same.40 George III c.81
1800GlebesFor the further encouragement of building and improving of glebe lands.40 George III c.82