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THE CHURCH

such as-to quote from various advertisements offering the sale of such property-a large and comfortable vicarage, a good church with inlaid marble pulpit, pleasant society in the neighbourhood, opportunities of preferment, are hardly, as was perhaps the raising of a regiment, the product of original private enterprise. The richness of the endowments, which in the main governs the value of an advowson, depends on the charitable disposition of past donors and has no necessary connection with the succession of ownership of a living. Yet the right to present to a living was, and still may be, a valuable portion of an estate.
An investigator writing in 1878 revealed that "there are, roundly stated, 13,300 livings in the church, but of this number 4,800 are in the gift of the Crown, the bishops, etc.; 580 are in the gift of trustees; and in zI parishes the people are actually supposed to have minds of their own, and are allowed to choose their own pastors. ... The balance of saleable livings must be near 7,900, and the lowest estimate of annual value is four millions of money."(1) At that date 1,497 of these, or 19 per cent, were advertised for sale or exchange. The fact of purchase and sale, although it expanded and made more changing the sources from which nominations could come, is however of less importance than the close association which this system of clerical appointment involves with the propertied classes. If it was possible for a presentation to a living to be bought by her parents as the dowry for a curate's bride, it was first of all necessary that her parents should have the necessary capital to invest, just as it was normally necessary for the curate's own parents to have been able to afford the expense for him of a university education. In any case, the

1 Purchase in the Church, p. 5(published by Simpkin, Marshall, 1878).

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