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Sections 2, 4.
|Section one hundred and seven.||Provisions relating to bishops to apply to archbishops in their own dioceses.|
|Section one hundred and eight.||Power of archbishops and bishops as to exempt or peculiar benefices, &c.|
|Section one hundred and nine.||Where jurisdiction is given to bishop, &c., all concurrent jurisdiction to cease.|
Non-resident incumbents neglecting to appoint curates, the bishop to appoint.
As far as the same relates to the residence of curates.
|Section seventy-six||Curate to reside on benefices under certain circumstances.|
|. . . F1||. . . F1|
|Section ninety-seven||Curate not to quit curacy without three months’ notice to incumbent and bishop, under a penalty.|
|Section one hundred and two||Licenses to curates and revocations thereof to be entered in the registry of the diocese.|
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