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Nothing is there except the rectory, the church just across the way, the grange, and half a dozen thatched cottages.
The rectory, which is directly by the church, is a very old building, though it has been modernized on the side fronting the road.
I shall not go to the Rectory, but put up at the King's Head, and to which you may address letters.
A THIN GHOST AND OTHERSM. R. (MONTAGUE RHODES) JAMES
First, nothing was to be expected from investigation at the Rectory; and to be brief, nothing has transpired.
A THIN GHOST AND OTHERSM. R. (MONTAGUE RHODES) JAMES
He is still at the church; but we dare say he would be willing to leave it for a rectory, if one were offered, with £500 a year.
This was an ejectment brought to recover the rectory-house, &c. of Exeter College in Oxford.
A few days afterwards she had vacated the Rectory, and her furniture was packed into vans to be carried away.
“They would put them into the empty Rectory if I did not take them in,” returned Mrs. Topcroft.
Herbert Tanerton opened his heart, and carried them off to the Rectory from the railway-station.
The only child of an English clergyman, the walls of the rectory garden had been the boundary of her little world.
MILDRED'S INHERITANCEANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON

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