Tithes are all annually valued by the proctors, and charged very high.
Other instances, however, reveal the difficulty of the question of tithes.
Tithes of the latter were given by this King to the Abbey there.
The tithes had been abolished in August along with the feudal dues.
He held part of the remainder of the tithes, the half of which were held by Shakespeare.
In Artois, where the tithes are often seven and a half and eight per cent.
In 1789 they abolish feudalism, root and branch; and the payment of tithes.
The chaplain preached to it on tithes considered as a divine institution.
About to die, they ask for words of life—they are given disquisitions on tithes.
Hourigan, you are not an uncivil person, but why refuse to pay your tithes?