An act more effectually to prohibit and prevent pastors or ministers from officiating in episcopal meeting-houses in Scotland, without duly qualifying themselves

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Page 5 - Majefty that it may be enacled ; and be it enacted by the King's moft Excellent Majefty, by and with the Advice and Confent of the Lords Spiritual...
Page 14 - Adminiftrators, or Affigns accordingly, out of any Money that may be in his Hands unapplied to the Ufe of the Navy, according to the true Intent and Meaning of this Aft. And be it further Enafted, by the Authority aforefaid, That the faid Commiffioners for the Difcovery of Longitude at...
Page 13 - ... household, if it be in any house where there is a family inhabiting, or if it be in an house or place where there is no family inhabiting then where any such ten persons are so assembled as aforesaid, or shall knowingly...
Page 12 - ... of the peace, or before any other judge competent of the place summarily, shall, for the first offence, suffer imprisonment by the space of six months; and for the second or any subsequent offence, being thereof lawfully convicted before the court of justiciary, or...
Page 20 - Scotland shall be capable of being elected one of the sixteen Peers, to sit and vote in the House of Peers in the Parliament of Great Britain, or of voting in the election of any of the said sixteen Peers, who shall at any time after six...
Page 9 - ... such Episcopal meeting house or congregation, pray for the King's most excellent Majesty by name, for his Majesty's heirs or successors, and for all the royal family in the same form of words as his Majesty, his heirs or successors, and the royal family are or shall be directed by lawful authority to be prayed for in the prayers for the royal family contained in the liturgy of the Church of England. VI. AND be it further enacted, that in case any person shall at any time after six months, to...
Page 24 - ... from, and rendered incapable of voting, or being chosen at any such election as aforesaid; but such admission, or confession upon oath, or otherwise, so made at such meeting, assembled for any such election, shall not be made use of, or given in evidence against any such person, upon any prosecution, for any penalty inflicted by this or any former act of Parliament.
Page 23 - ... shall offend in any of the premises herein-before mentioned, such pastor or minister so offending shall be incapable of voting in any election of a member of Parliament for any shire or borough in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, or of voting in the election of a magistrate or counsellor for boroughs, or of a deacon of crafts within burgh, or of a collector or clerk of the land tax or supply.
Page 26 - ... be adjudged incapable to bear any office, civil Penalty. or military, in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, for the fpace of one year from and after the date of fuch conviction. XIV. And be it...
Page 20 - The noble and learned Lord, if I took his argument right, faid, that the ftatute, pafTed in favour of the Scotch Epifcopalians, in the loth of Queen Anne, would bear him put in that opinion.

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