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The Dread Arrest had been solemnly recognised, and that wretched canonry at Wareham was irrevocably pronounced for doom.
THE SECRET GLORYARTHUR MACHEN
He was 67 years of age, and was appointed to his canonry in 1867.
NORFOLK ANNALSCHARLES MACKIE
They had discussed the priest's canonry, and the order for the crucifix.
And everybody knows that the author is almost certain to be offered the first vacant canonry in his own cathedral.
STRANGE STORIESGRANT ALLEN
His activity was so notorious that he was exiled from court, but was consoled by a canonry at Toledo.
Pierre Lescot, the notable sixteenth-century architect, to whom a canonry was given, died there in 1578.
HISTORIC PARISJETTA S. WOLFF
The building seats 1,400 persons, and a canonry of Westminster Abbey is attached to the living.
WESTMINSTERSIR WALTER BESANT
He is about thirty-four years of age, more or less, and has served the said canonry more than six years.
He is thirty years old, and was given the canonry a little more than a year and a half ago.
Incidentally it is noted that Maurice never received any preferment, bishopric, canonry, or deanery.

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