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Prebend

The right of a member of a chapter to his share in the revenues of the cathedral; also the share to which he is entitled

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* Published by Encyclopedia Press, 1913.


Prebend, the right of a member of a chapter to his share in the revenues of the cathedral; also the share to which he is entitled; in general, any portion of the cathedral revenues set aside for the support of the clergy attached to it (semi-prebends) even for those who are not members of the chapter. They are regarded as benefices (q.v.) and governed by the same laws. (See Chapter.)


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