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abstract of a treatise concerning the payment of tythes and oblations in London.

Brian Walton

abstract of a treatise concerning the payment of tythes and oblations in London.

by Brian Walton

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Abstracted by Robert Mitchell, town clerk of the City 1642.

ContributionsM., R.
The Physical Object
Pagination74 p. ;
Number of Pages74
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Open LibraryOL20765091M

  Like many impropriators, Combe also had to pay tithes for lands he himself held in numerous other parishes: as proprietor of lands in the tithings of Winterhay, Hilcombe and Horton, he was required to pay tithes to the impropriator of Ilminster, amounting to £1 6s 7½d, £27 14s 5d and £3 17s 1½d, respectively, in ; in the same year he Cited by: 2. preparations for the afterlife, their choices concerning burial location, funeral arrangements and the provisions made for prayers for their souls. Chapter Three examines in detail their pious and charitable bequests and investigates what ‘good works’ testators chose to support apart from ‘forgotten tithes’.

An abstract of A treatise concerning the payment of tythes and oblations in London [microform]: shewing the antiquitie of those payments according to the rents of houses , the liberall maintenance of the clergie of London in former times, the award and proclamation   The “Tithes Controversy” was one of the many hot-button religio-political issues of the s and 50s that helped polarize Civil War England. Throughout the seventeenth century, popular support arose for the non-payment of tithes—an attack on the very idea of a state church.

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