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church(1) above the age of 18, it will be seen that this figure represents about five guineas per communicant.
These revenues are distributed among the three classes of bishops, cathedral clergy, and parochial priests. Beyond the addition of a few new bishops since the earlier date cited above there does not appear to have been any serious change in the proportion or pay of the first class, who range from the Archbishop of Canterbury with £15,000, of York with £10,000, the Bishops of London, Durham, and Winchester with £10,000, £8,000, and £7,000 respectively, to the Bishop of Sodor and Man with £2,000. The thirty bishops of that date had a total income of 163,000 pounds, which if the annual value of their thirty-three residences is taken into account, made an average income for a bishop of about £6,000. Cathedral officials then had a total of £180,000, while the revenues of the parochial clergy were estimated at £4,277,000, excluding the value of their residences. These, reckoned at ten thousand in number, built at an average cost of £1,500, were worth an additional sum of about 750,000 pounds, making five millions, or an average of roughly 400 pounds a year for a parish priest.(2) The current view of proper clerical remuneration can be gleaned from the scales of pay for army chaplains. A permanent army chaplain of the fourth class, if unmarried, gets £521, and if married 631 pounds. This rises through grades, a chaplain first class receiving 1,121 pounds, to the Chaplain-General with 1,395 pounds.(3) The average stipend of incumbents in 1921 was ,426 pounds; of cathedral dignitaries 875 pounds, and of bishops over

1 Disestablishment, H. Henson, pp. 42-43, cit. Rowse, "Church and State," Political Quarterly, July 1936.
2 F. Martin, op. cit., pp. 133-35. See also The Case for Disestab
lishmenr, published by the Liberation Society, 1894, Chapter IX.
3 A. Handsacre, op. cit., p. 138.

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