From Ackermann's Repository, October 1816:
Plate 19. —A Vicarage-House.
The annexed design was intended for the residence of a clergyman, and purposed to be erected in a situation where the scenery is both rural and romantic, and well disposed to accord with the style of building which may be considered as peculiarly ecclesiastic, from the extensive patronage that architecture once received by the munificence of church government.
*Taken verbatim from Ackermann's Repository, October 1816. For more details, check out the linked Google book.