Title-deeds of the Church of England to her parochial endowments by Edward MiallTitle-deeds of the Church of England to her parochial endowments by Edward Miall

Title-deeds of the Church of England to her parochial endowments

byEdward Miall

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1871 Excerpt: ... CHAPTER VI. MODERN EXPANSION AND EXTENSION OF TITHE ENDOWMENTS. We have spent enough time over this theory, so coolly assumed, so artfully insinuated, so boldly iterated, of late, in behalf of the Established Church--that its parochial endowments originated in private lay liberality. We have already done more than is necessary to disprove it. But we know our men--and therefore we propose to submit to their consideration the following facts: The tithes now in the Church of England's enjoyment are a certain proportion derived from the annual produce of the soil under cultivation in this country. In England and Wales (for we confine our attention to them) it is estimated by the highest authorities that there are from twelve to thirteen millions of acres under the plough, and from ten to eleven laid down in grass--in all, speaking in round numbers, about twenty-four millions of acres under cultivation. We have advisedly adopted the lowest estimate. In the evidence laid before the Committee of the House of Lords on Waste Lands, as far back as the year 1827, a gentleman who was a surveyor by profession, and who had travelled 15,000 miles in order to get his data, placed an estimate before their lordships, which brought up the cultivated land in England and Wales to 28,749,000 acres.1 This, we have little doubt, was a somewhat extravagant estimate. Mr. Caird sets down the extent of land under the plough in 1850-51 at 13,817,000 acres", and Mr. M'Culloch at 12,700,000 acres.s The Times of January 4, i860, in an article on the steam-plough, puts down the whole arable land in Great Britain at 19,000,000 acres, and the grass land at little less.4 On the whole, then, we are exceedingly moderate in estimating the land, both arable and pasture, under cultivation in Engla...
Title:Title-deeds of the Church of England to her parochial endowmentsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.08 inPublished:February 6, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217138802

ISBN - 13:9780217138802