from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Tithefree.


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  • It is meant as an excuse for the subject we have taken; for we think if "two briefless barristers and a titheless parson" * can become the accepted judges, "self-constituted," in every department and branch of English literature, that we (even a student,) may be pardoned the presumption of offering our opinion upon a somewhat obscure but meritorious American author; such at least are the grounds we take, and upon this basis we shall proceed to build.

    North Carolina University Magazine, Volume 1 Number 1, February 1852


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