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may vote in them
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in what they differ from Parsonage or Recto-
tribute to the Repairs of the standing Church,
to which they are united
capable of a Benefice in Wales
Christianity Wills, the proving of them Witnesses to Inftitution
to reading Liturgy, Articles, &c. Woman married cannot present to a Benefice by Woollen. See Burying
ARD, Church-yard, a common Burying
by whom to be fenced Year, when the Church begins it York, the Privileges of the Archbishop thereof the Archbishop thereof, whether subjeći
Canterbury his Courts Convacation how it afts by concert with that of Can of what Perfons it consists has receiv'd the Provincial of Canterbu
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IR Richard Baker's Chronicle of the Kings of
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