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1. The clergyman has been beneficed in that cathedral.
2. Then dreams he of another benefice.
3. Benefices, however, were not the only church assets which the king exploited for his clerks.
4. Some were imposed by monasteries on benefices of which they were the patrons, sometimes as a half way stage to appropriation.
5. He also promised to promote her son, then studying at Cambridge, to appropriate benefices and to make other benefactions.
6. In March 1403 his numerous benefices were reckoned to be worth over ￡800 a year.
7. A benefice consisting of six parishes can commonly have five patrons who all have views on their incumbent.
8. Lothar remained grateful to him, praising his knowledge and, as pope, conferring benefices on him.
9. As they progressed in the king's confidence and service, their benefices became more numerous and more lucrative.
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