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" ... third for the poor, and the fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of these tithes, and the division was into three parts only. "
'Tithes', 'justified and explained', in a letter - Página 16
por David Williams - 1831 - 23 páginas
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volumen1

William Blackstone - 1807
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only. And hence it was inferred by the monasteries, that a small part was sufficient for the officiating...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volumen1

William Blackstone - 1825
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only. And hence it was inferred by the monasteries, that a small part was sufficient for the officiating...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volumen1

Sir William Blackstone - 1825
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only. And hence it was inferred by the monasteries, that a small part was sufficient for the officiating...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1861
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only. And hence it was inferred by the monasteries that a small part was sufficient for the officiating priest,...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volúmenes74-75

1831
...incumbent. When ' the sees of the bishops became other' wise amply endowed, they were pro' hibited from demanding their usual ' share of these tithes, and the division ' was into three /iartn on///.' I think 1 have now grounded my opinion on ' law. The next observation I have to ' make...
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An Encyclopædia Ecclesiastica; Or, A Complete History of the ..., Volumen1

Thomas Anthony Trollope - 1834 - 578 páginas
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of these tithes, and the division was made in three parts only. From this it was soon inferred by the monasteries that a small part was sufficient...
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The Monthly Review

1835
...have now enumerated; but that when the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, the bishops were prohibited from demanding their usual share of these tithes, and the division was in three parts only. He likewise takes notice of an act of Richard II. in the fourteenth century, which...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books ; with an ..., Volumen1

William Blackstone - 1836
...provide for the incumbent ('23). When the sees of the bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only- And hence it was inferred by the monasteries, that a small part was sufficient for the officiating...
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Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M.P. for North Lancashire: On the Law ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1837 - 39 páginas
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the Bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only. And hence it was in2 Ferred by the monasteries, that a small part was sufficient for the officiating...
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Letter to ... lord Stanley ... on the law of church rates

John Campbell (1st baron.) - 1837
...fourth to provide for the incumbent. When the sees of the Bishops became otherwise amply endowed, they were prohibited from demanding their usual share of...tithes, and the division was into three parts only. And hence it was in2 ferred by the monasteries, that a small part was. sufficient for the officiating...
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