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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of new by Us built and to be built, to those of the Vicars of our Church aforesaid for the
time being, under this manner and form that is to say, That Wee and our Successors
Bisliops of Bath and Wells may be holden to conferr the Chambers with th’ appurtenances
in tlie said Place built and to be built to every Vicar of the same Church, tliat is to say
every Chamber with his Appurtenances to be had and Enjoyed so long as they shall be
Vicars of the same Church, and make their personall abode in the same, Soe that it shall
be we and our Successors to conferr and assign the said Chambers when they shall bee void
to such Vicars of the said Church as shall please us, att the free will of Us and our
Successors, And wee doe further ordain that the Vicars of our Church aforesaid wlien they
shall have gotten Habitations by the Collation of us or our Successors, if they shall leave
the said Chambers, and not dwell in them by the space of six months (without a reasonable
cause by Us or our Successors to be allowed) shall be ipso facto deprived from the said
Chambers so that without a new collation it sliall not be lawfull for them to returne to
the same Chambers. Moreover Wee doe ordain that the Vicars of the said Chureh
inhabiting the said Chambers as aforesaid, living togetlier att meat and drinke att the
Common Costs and Expenses, may have to their Common Use the Hall, Kitching, Bake-
house, and all other Houses in the said Place built and to be built. And that Wee the
better Excite the said Vicars so to live together in Common att Meat and Drinke, att the
Common Costs and Charges, Wee doe grant for us and our Successors to the Vicars of
the said Church for the time being (the speciall Licence of our said Sovereigne Lord the
King for that purpose first being had) Tenn Pounds Sterling Money of yearly Rent, that
is to say, an Hundred Shillings, to be perceived out of all the Lands, and Tenements which
John Randolfe, and Joan his Wife whilst they lived held in tlie Mannor of Congresbury.
And other Hundred Shillings out of all the Lands, and Tenements wliich William Cammell

Successors in our Mannor of Wookey for Term
rly on the Ffeast of St. Michaell, To have and
;cessors, Vicars Inhabiting the same Chambers,
said to whose hands soever the said Lands and
liall happen the Payment of the said Rent to be
said Term (wliich God forbid) that then and
for the said Vicars the said Lands and Tene-
I l untill tliey shall be fully satisfied of the said
mce whatsoever for that purpose not recpiired,
on that the Vicars dwelling out of the said
[the said Chambers (Except they live att the
and Drink with other Vicars living in such
ie Rent aforesaid, but upon the Receipt of any
ould bee utterly excluded, Moreover, wee doe
,id Church inhabiting the said Chambers, soe
[ bers to the said Church of St. Andrew, or from
ecompense of this Benefitt be bound to say the

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