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As ten families of freeholders made up a tithing, so ten tithings composed a superior division, called a hundred.
The watchful tithing-man, as he was called, was always on the lookout for drowsy people.
Tithing is the rental we are asked to pay on the property committed to our keeping and use.
The tithing system has failed whenever meddled with by the secular power.
But it is unseemly to bounce in the meeting-house, and besides, is he not the tithing-man? '
THE PURITAN TWINSLUCY FITCH PERKINS
The tithing men of the neighbouring parishes were busied in setting up gibbets and providing chains.
When asked how many had read a book on tithing not more than one fifth responded in the affirmative.
This was part of that great tithing operation which puzzles the modern historian.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
In the tithing of Aldershot, on the same manor, one tenant held 52 acres in encroachments.
“Because, you see, this is all out-and-out missionary money; there's no tithing to be done,” she said.
A MISSIONARY TWIGEMMA L. BURNETT

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