Sentence Examples


  • Glebe land is usually regarded as land belonging to either a parish church or an ecclesiastical benefice of some kind.
  • The vicarage is a commodious residence a little north of the Church; here are 62 acres of glebe land.
  • Glebe land is usually regarded as land belonging to either a parish church or an ecclesiastical benefice of some kind.
  • The stipend of the minister is £ 246, and there is a manse, with a glebe of twenty acres of good land.
  • The minister 's stipend is £ 190, with a manse, and a glebe valued at £ 15 per annum.

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