Other benefices: I enjoy the Rectory of Chilfroome in the County of Dorset & Diocese of Bristol.
Divine service at other churches: I serve the Cure of Rewe, & attend about Noon Sir Thomas Acland's Chapple. Having my Lord - 7 Daughters & a teeming wife, I get what I can with Propriety.
Frequency of divine service: On the 1st & 3d Sunday in every Month once a Day; The Stipend will not allow of more frequent Attendance, being but £10 per Annum out of the Barton of Netherex, a Queen Anne's Bounty of £8 per Annum & a little Glebe of £15 per Annum Before I attended, the Service was twice on ye first Sunday of every month; but the late Bishop thought it better if I wou'd consent, to divide it: - After which, I mention'd to the Bishop, that I had promised to serve it once every Sunday, as Mr Martyn, who presented me, had promised £50 towards raising another <Queen's> Bounty Sir Thomas Acland having promised also £100; But Mr Martyn died without fullfilling his Promise; so that as ye Salary is not encreas'd, ye Duty continues ye same. I mentioned this Particular, as I knew not, whether the late Bishop had not put down the Duty in his Book & as once a Day.
Frequency of communion: Four Times in the year - Christmas - Easter - Whitsunday & Michaelmas; before I came, it was never administer'd about 8 or 10 Communicants.
Catechising of children: I begin the Sunday after Trinity, as being the most leasurable Time in the Country, between Hay & Corn-Harvest.
Glebe terrier: I have never thought it necessary to have one; because by the Donor's Will, a Copy of that will is always kept open in Broad Clist Church, as it relates to a Charity given to that Parish, & which your Lordship, I suppose, will have particularly specified by Mr Acland Rector of that Parish.
If your Lordship thinks it necessary, one shall be procured.
Charity: The Parishes of Netherex & Cadbury have the Benefit of alternately placing a Pauper in one of the Alms-Houses at Broad-Clist, with an allowance of 1s 6d per week; which I believe is now duly applied.