[Addressed to Mr William Prince. The words 'at my approaching Primary Visitation, and may be deliver'd either to the Register, or to my Secretary' are crossed through and 'to the Bishop by the post' entered in the margin. Exeter 4 July 1745]
Population and dissenters: Twenty Familys, only two Presbyterians, the Servants of the same Family repair to the Parish Church. There's no meeting house in the Parish.
Note, ye Parishes of Landkey & Swymbridge are united Parishes.
Alms-house, hospital or charitable endowment: No Hospital or Charitable endowment, that I know of for ye use of ye Church. By the will of Sir John Strickland & Mrs Frances Beer, there is a distribution of Bread weekly to the Poor in value about Two Shillings & Six Pence & by ye will of John Squire Gent: fifty Shillings again to be distributed amongst Poor Labourers.
Divine service at other churches: At no Church besides my own. Your Lordship will receive further Satisfaction by examining my answer to the Querys for the Parish of Newton Tracey, in the Dean'ry of Barnstaple.
Frequency of divine service: On every alternate Festival, on every other Wednesday in Lent, on every Saturday before the Sacrament Sunday & on every Lord's day, Divine Service is performed but once, in the morning with a Sermon, & on ye next Sunday in the Afternoon with a Sermon.