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- n. Plural form of parochian.
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Camden's _Hist. of Q. Elizabeth_, p. 192, -- as quoted by Herbert.] [Footnote 314: "All curates must continually call upon their parochians to provide a book of the _Holy Bible in English_, of THE LARGEST FORM, within 40 days next after the publication hereof, that may be chained in some open place in the church," &c. Injunctions by Lee, Archbishop of York: