But the volume could never have been completed without the great help given to me on many occassions by prebendary Bennett.
In 1727 he was made a prebendary of Salisbury by his friend Hoadley.
He subsequently became a prebendary of Worcester, and rector of Bingham, Nottinghamshire.
Romer means the prebendary Campbell, or at least his wife and daughter.
"I am not certain," cried the excited old man, who was by no means sure what a prebendary might be.
"It does not seem very hard work, that of a prebendary," said Lucy.
The foundations of the old west wall are behind one of the prebendary's houses to the west of the nave.
The bishop was all smiles for the prebendary's wife, and the bishop's wife was all smiles for the prebendary.
His uncle, the prebendary from Salisbury, was often with him, and occasionally a brother who was in the army.
"I don't know about the dean and chapter and the prebendary's widow," said Eleanor.