Some unexpected difficulties had occurred in obtaining a curacy, with a title for orders.
I came,' he continued, 'to tell you that you have been appointed to the curacy of C———.
He was ordained in 1826, and his first clerical duty was the curacy of St John's, Margate.
Ernest had been ordained to a curacy in one of the central parts of London.
Do you believe yourself fitted for a curacy in Finmark or a mission among the Laps?
Should he have had the courage to break away even from his present curacy?
It's the poor old gentleman's account of his calamity; how he has lost his vicarage, and is going down to a curacy in Cornwall.
He had left his curacy, and was at present without employment.
Even that was worth double the Cornish curacy, and there was, moreover, a house attached to it.
I think,—I think that, irrespective of the curacy, it ought to be told.