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His election to the priorate was the most important event in Dante's public life.
He always refused a priorate (although he could have obtained many, had he wished), and also the office of provincial.
After he became provincial, he left the islands with the priorate of Ibabay for that of Tigbauan.
Soon after the arrival of the said visitor, that priorate falling vacant, he appointed me to it, and for the sake of the vote.
Our father Fray Vicente chose him as his associate, and immediately gave him the priorate of Agonoy.
It is a very large priorate, for it has more than one thousand rich and influential Indians.
It is a priorate and has a vote, and one or two religious generally live there.
Batac also is an excellent priorate, and now is one of those that have a vote and are more esteemed.
The Priorate was the highest office to which a citizen could aspire, but by no means the highest in Florence.
This is, in my opinion, the finest priorate of all Pampanga, and the chief one.

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