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Queen Anne's Bounty

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Definición de Queen Anne's Bounty en inglés:

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[mass noun] historical
Duties called ‘first fruits and tenths’, payable originally to the Pope but made payable to the Crown by Henry VIII, and directed by Queen Anne in 1704 to be used to augment the livings of the poorer clergy.
Example sentences
  • In 1704 the revenue was diverted to found Queen Anne's Bounty, to augment the incomes of poor livings.
  • These were known as Danegeld, land tax, and Queen Anne's Bounty.
  • The meagre resources of Queen Anne's Bounty could not adequately address the internal structural problems of the church, which seriously hampered its pastoral efficiency.

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