The preferments in the donation of the City of Norwich

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Institute of Historical Research

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Francis Blomefield

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1806

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570-571

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'The preferments in the donation of the City of Norwich', An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 4: The History of the City and County of Norwich, part II (1806), pp. 570-571. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78140 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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THE PREFERMENTS IN THE DONATION OF THE CITY OF NORWICH, ARE,

King's Books.Real Value.
l.s.d.l.s.d.
Carleton St. Mary's and St. Peter's rectories. The Crown, and city of Norwich400 † 411111½
600
South Walsham St. Mary, a vicarage, (see p. 395)500 †3500
Calthorp vicarage, (see p. 395)2700
Shropham vicarage, (Hist. Norf. vol. i. p. 454)8139 †3026
Cringleford, perpetual curacy or donative, worth about4500
Costesey, a perpetual curacy, (Hist. Norf. vol. ii. p. 417.) Stipend is4000
Mundham St. Ethelbert and St. Peter, worth about4500
Sethyng, a donative, with a stipend of568
Hardele, rectory and vicarage, let to the perpetual curate for life, at 10l. per annum. (See p. 395)2000
Thurlton or Thurton All-Saints rectory,6134 †4000
Reppes cum Bastwic, a donative with a stipend of2500
St. Ethelred in Norwich, a donative stipend, &c. (See p 75) about1600
St. Helen's or St. Giles's hospital church, (see p. 396,) an house and about4000
The mastership of the free-school, hath his house and a stipend of5000
The ushership of the school (p. 396)3000
The city chaplainship or visitor of the gild-hall (see p. 232)1600
An exhibition to a student in Cambridge400
Nomination to divers scholarships in Bennet college Cambridge, &c. of Archbishop Parker's foundation, see Pt. I. p. 310, &c.
The annual nomination to Hall's sacramental lectures1000