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Heinsberg had promised a certain benefice to Louis de Bourbon, the Duke's nephew, but gave it to another claimant.
BELGIUMGEORGE W. T. (GEORGE WILLIAM THOMSON) OMOND
In one instance Parker deprived a vicar of his benefice for a denial of the verbal inspiration of the Bible.
Having infringed this politic law, he was put in prison, defamed, and driven from his benefice.
Advowson, ad-vow′zun, n. the right of patronage or presentation to a church benefice.
For six years Jimenes held out, and at length in 1480 Carillo restored him to his benefice.
Or that giving a present of money to secure an ecclesiastical benefice is to purchase it?
The Oxford Clerk has no benefice because he has no interest.
LONDONWALTER BESANT
Then he would also provide him with a good benefice, on account of his sainted father's faithful services.
THE LIFE OF PHILIP MELANCHTHONKARL FRIEDRICH LEDDERHOSE
When ordered abroad they could nominate a son, if capable, to hold the benefice and carry on the duty.
Would his lordship exercise his all powerful influence in the matter of that benefice or that promotion?
THE LADY OF LYNNWALTER BESANT

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