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eBook A Sketch Of The History Of The Regium Donum, And Parliamentary Grant, To Poor Dissenting Ministers Of England And Wales (1834) download ISBN: 1120208637
Author: Thomas Rees
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 24, 2009)
Language: English
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A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to Poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales: With a Vindication of the Distributors and Recipients from the Charge of Political Subservicency

A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to Poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales: With a Vindication of the Distributors and Recipients from the Charge of Political Subservicency. To which is Added an Appendix, Containing a Brief Statement of the Regium Donum and Parliamentary Grant to Poor Dissenting Ministers by the Trustees.

The Regium Donum ("Royal Bounty") was an annual grant to augment the income of poor Nonconformist clergy. There were separate grants for Dissenters in England, and for Presbyterian clergy in Ireland. The money originally came from the monarch's privy purse as an ex gratia donation, but later became an annual grant voted by Parliament

of the Distributors and Recipients from the Charge of Political Subserviency - Ebook written by Thomas Rees

A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to Poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales: With a Vindication of the Distributors and Recipients from the Charge of Political Subserviency - Ebook written by Thomas Rees. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices

The Irish Regium Donum originated in a grant of £1200 pa to Presbyterian .

The Irish Regium Donum originated in a grant of £1200 pa to Presbyterian clergy in Northern Ireland made by William III in 1690 as a reward for the loyalty of Presbyterians during the war in Ireland following the Glorious Revolution. Reform of royal finances by Pitt the Younger saw the Regium Donum become a grant voted by Parliament, rather than a charge upon the Civil List. A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to Poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales: With a Vindication of the Distributors and Recipients from the Charge of Political Subservicency.

of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to Poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.

A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to Poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales.

A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant to Poor Dissenting Ministers - Scholar's Choice . The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive, of Each County, Volume 6 by. Francis Charles Laird, John Evans.

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The Irish Regium Donum originated in a grant of £1200 pa to Presbyterian . A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, t. .

The Irish Regium Donum originated in a grant of £1200 pa to Presbyterian clergy in the north of Ireland made by William III in 1690 as a reward for the loyalty of Presbyterians during the war in Ireland following the Glorious Revolution References. a b c Thomas Rees (1834).

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