Huddersfield Chronicle (25/Jun/1870) - Local News: The Incumbency of Honley

The following is a transcription of a historic newspaper article and may contain occasional errors.

Local News.

The Incumbency of Honley.

A meeting of the clergy of the rural deanery of Huddersfield was held, in the vestry of the Parish Church, yesterday afternoon, when a protest, which appears in our advertising columns, was adopted. It refers, as our readers will see, to an advertisement which appeared in our last issue respecting Honley Church. Letters were read from some of the clergy unavoidably absent, who would, from the tenour of their letters, have also signed if present.

Huddersfield Chronicle (25/Jun/1870) - Local News: The Incumbency of Honley

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