Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as chaplaincy.

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Examples

  • Sometimes out of several who are mentioned the patron is expressly designated, as in the dedication of a chaplainry in Arngask (Scotland) in 1527, "for the praise, glory, and honour of the indivisible Trinity, the most glorious Virgin and St. Columba, abbot, our patron of the parish".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • Corse, where tradition deposits the remains of a necromantic priest, the former tenant of the chaplainry.

    Marmion

  • In the reign of said King David, he founded a church at May - bole, in Carrick, with a chaplainry, which he largely endowed.

    Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical

  • His works of piety were these; the founding a chaplainry at the altar of St. Ninian, within the church of St. Giles of Edin - burgh, "pro salubri statu serenissimi Principis Jacobi I. et Joanna; spon. ae suae; et pro salute animx quondam Adiis Forrester de Corstorphin, Militis,

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical

  • His works of piety were these; the founding a chaplainry at the altar of St. Ninian, within the church of St. Giles of Edin - burgh, "pro salubri statu serenissimi Frincipis Jacobi I. et Joannse sponsae suae; et pro salute anima quondam Adas Forrester de Corstorphin, Militis,

    Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical

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