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Patron or incumbent may object to licence, and bishop shall decide on grounds of objection. 35. When the said bishop shall authorize the solemnization of marriages in any such chapel as aforesaid, without the consent of the patron and incumbent respectively, it shall be lawful for them or either of them to appeal within one calendar month to the archbishop of the province, who shall hear the same in a summary manner, and shall make such order, confirming, revoking, or varying the licence so given, as to him shall seem meet and expedient, which order shall be registered in the registry of the diocese, and shall be conclusive and binding on all parties whatsoever.
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