Synonyms for benefice

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And he has often commissioned his Almoner to find a benefice for me.

They could not have told on which benefice to reside, for they held many.

His prayers for a benefice are sometimes grave and sometimes comic, but never-failing.

Mr. Griffiths was speedily released and restored to his benefice.

If he is a clergyman, he shall be deposed from his office and deprived of every benefice.

Swift's benefice, in the diocese of Meath, two miles from Trim.

Whether any rector or vicar does not reside on his benefice.

Commendatar, Commendator, who enjoys the rents of an Abbacy or other Benefice.

The benefice is a perpetual curacy, certified at £2 14s., and valued at £77.

The benefice is a perpetual curacy, certified at 20s., and now valued at £102.

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