Perpetual curacy

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(Ch. of Eng.) a curacy in which all the tithes are appropriated, and no vicarage is endowed.

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Mackaness, for example, indicated the state of play, by declaring that 'very little definite information regarding Johnson's later career has been discovered beyond the following': (23) He received a full salary until 10 October 1801; he had seven years 'wholly unprovided for'; he had come 'under painful necessity of serving as a curate'; he had served as a curate 'for some time' at West Thurcock; in 1810 he was appointed to St Antholin, in London; in 1817 he received the perpetual curacy at Ingham; and finally, on 13 March 1827, he died.
200 YEARS AGO: On Monday the 10th, the Rev Arthur Home was licensed to the perpetual Curacy of Preston upon Stower in the County and Diocese of Gloucester, and on Friday following was instituted to the Rectory of Whitchurch in the County of Warwick and Diocese of Worcester.