Which preposition to use with endowment

of Occurrences 132%

Each has his share of work and dreams; each has his endowment of talent and of opportunity; each has his aspirations and supreme hope.

for Occurrences 72%

Twelve years before he had come as a poor student to Rome, and had lived ever since upon some small endowment for research which had been awarded to him by the University of Bonn.

in Occurrences 5%

The treasure house of the sanctuary was stored with tripods and goblets, in general wrought from the precious metals; its coffers were loaded with coins and ingots; the sacrifices of wealthy suppliants and the copious offerings in kind of the country people provided superabundantly for the daily maintenance of the temple servitors; while a rich endowment in land maintained the dignity of its guardians, and of the officiating priest.

to Occurrences 5%

They began their sessions by granting prodigal compensations, indemnities, and endowments to the crown and to the princes.

from Occurrences 3%

The Free Churchmen, on the other hand, while maintaining as their cardinal principle that the Church must be free from all State interference, and while therefore protesting against the existing Establishment, held that the Church, if its freedom were adequately guaranteed, might lawfully accept establishment and endowment from the State.

on Occurrences 3%

Ceodwalla, at last, tired with wars and bloodshed, was seized with a fit of devotion; bestowed several endowments on the church; and made a pilgrimage to Rome, where he received baptism, and died in 689.

by Occurrences 2%

The original endowment by Leofric, consisted of a half of Coventry with fifteen lordships in Warwickshire and nine in other counties, making it (says Roger de Hoveden) the wealthiest monastery of the period.

with Occurrences 1%

The endowment with worldly goods and the worship promised, were perhaps put in as an offset to the pledge of service and obedience.

under Occurrences 1%

The Jesuits' estates were intended to be made over into educational endowments under government control.

as Occurrences 1%

Besides his rare endowments as a lover of the beautiful, he had that other precious gift, of golden speech, which threw a mantle of loveliness over every book he wrote and perpetual lustre over the domain of letters.

Which preposition to use with  endowment