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Twenty-four reasons against appropriation-to-a-tenth, commonly called the "pew system", in churches, by which public parochial buildings are taken from the parishioners at large, and "assigned" by the wardens, with or without rent, to 100 out of 1,000 families in the parish.

Earl Grey Pamphlets Collection
1880
Contributed by: Durham University Library
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Twenty-four reasons against appropriation-to-a-tenth, commonly called the "pew system", in churches, by which public parochial buildings are taken from the parishioners at large, and "assigned" by the wardens, with or without rent, to
     100 out of 1,000 families in the parish.
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