Pugin, Augustus Charles; Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore; Willson, Edward J.; Walker, Thomas Larkins; Pugin, Augustus Charles [Editor]; Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore [Editor]; Walker, Thomas Larkins [Editor]
Examples Of Gothic Architecture: Selected From Various Antient Edifices In England: Consisting Of Plans, Elevations, Sections, And Parts At Large ; ... Accompanied By Historical and Descriptive Accounts ... (Band 3) — London, 1840

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obtained) and willing to deale favourably with tbe said Bisbop in Regard of tbe prmsses,
for Twenty Pounds which the said Bishop hath paid unto Us, have granted and given
License to the same Bishop for Us and our Heirs (as much as in Us is) that he may give
and Assign to the same Vicars the place aforesaid with their Appurtenances together with
the Houses so by him thereupon built, and to be built; To have and to hold to them and their
Successors Vicars of the same Church for their Habitation, And tliat the sam Bishop
may Charge his said Lands and Tenements in Congresbury and Wookey aforesaid with
the said Tenn Pounds Annuity, and likewise give and Assigne the said Tenn Pounds
Annuity to the said Vicars. To be perceived and had yearely out of the said lands and
Tenements to them and their Successors aforesaid in Augmentation of the Sustenance of
the said Vicars and of Divine Service as afore is said, And as the said Bishop as well of
the Houses for such Habitation for the said Vicars, as of the said Tenn Pounds between
the said Vicars to be distributed shall thinke fitt to be Ordained for ever. And Wee doe
likewise by virtue of these presents, give speciall License to the said Vicars that they
may receive from the said Bishop and hold to them, and their successors as aforesaid ; as
before is said the said Place with the Appurtenances together with tlie Houses, and Tenn
Pounds Annuity out of the Lands and Tenements aforesaid. The Statute of Mortmain
in any wise notwithstanding. And wee will not that the said Bishop or his Successors
or the said Vicars or their Successors by reason of the pmisses or Statute aforesaid should
be sued or molested, or in any sort grieved by Us, or Our Heirs, our Justices, Escheators,
Sherriffs, or other our Bayliffs, or Ministers whatsoever. Saving notwithstanding to
us and our Heirs, and to other chief Lords of the ffee thereof the services (that may
bee due) of the place, Lands, and Tenements aforesaid. 3ht SSltttUSS Whereof Wee have
caused tliese our Letters to be made Patent.

(HSlttness our Selfe att Sandwich the Third Day of December in the Two and
Twentieth Year of our Reign of England and Ninth Year of our Reign of Ffrance.

Wt)Z Btipltcntt Conjirmacon of the Chapter of Bath and Wells of the Houses of the Vicars
of Wells, and of Tenn JPounds Rent due to them granted hy the Lord Ralph JBishop
of Bath and Wells.

'&Q all anb Jbtttgulat to whose notice these present Letters shall come Ralph
by God’s Providence Bishop of Bath and Wells Greeting in our Lord God everlasting.
Know Yee that Wee with the unanimous consent of the Prior and Chapter of our Church
of Bath, and Dean and Chapter of our Church of Wells (solemn discourse before had
which in this behalfe is required, and other tliings concurring, which of Right are re-
quisite) have Given Ordained and Assigned for Us and our Successors thc Speciall
Licence of the most Excellent Prince and our lllustrious Lord CBfihiarh by the Grace of
God King of England and of Ffrance for that purpose had all that place of the Soil
of St. Andrew in Wells, which Mr. Alane of Hotham Canon of the same Church did
obtain for his Habitation of the Collation of John of good memory late Bishop of Bath
and Wells our immediate Predecessor together with the Houses in the same Place, now
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