The antiquities of England and Wales . le Mario, Medmenham, &c. to the value of 661I. 14s. od. perann. for the maintenance of an abbot, who was to have the pri-vilege of wearing a mitre, and thirteen Benedictine monks. Butthis new abbey was of fhort continuance, being furrendered30 Henry VIII. June 19, 1539, three years after its inftitution. The fite of it was granted 7 Edward VI. to Sir Edward Hoby,in whofe defcendants it continued till the year 1768, when thelaft of that name dying, bequeathed it to John Mill, efq; theprefent proprietor, who by act of parliament took upon him thename of Hob

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The antiquities of England and Wales . le Mario, Medmenham, &c. to the value of 661I. 14s. od. perann. for the maintenance of an abbot, who was to have the pri-vilege of wearing a mitre, and thirteen Benedictine monks. Butthis new abbey was of fhort continuance, being furrendered30 Henry VIII. June 19, 1539, three years after its inftitution. The fite of it was granted 7 Edward VI. to Sir Edward Hoby,in whofe defcendants it continued till the year 1768, when thelaft of that name dying, bequeathed it to John Mill, efq; theprefent proprietor, who by act of parliament took upon him thename of Hob

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