Definition of Addressors
1. addressor [n] - See also: addressor
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Addressors
Literary usage of Addressors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1780-1783 by Edward McCrady (1902)
"2, purporting to contain the names of " the addressors," contains but 43 names ... not all of the addressors were possessed of estates to be confiscated. ..."
2. History of New England by John Gorham Palfrey, Francis Winthrop Palfrey (1897)
"His Excellency's Answer," in six lines, assures the addressors that he '' takes this Address very kindly, and especially because it comes from a Great and ..."
3. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1908)
"... but one of the Gentlemen addressors looking upon himself justified in being a Party to that Address, upon the Principles suggested in a Letter, ..."
4. The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1775-1780 by Edward McCrady (1901)
"Other methods were therefore devised to compel them to renew their allegiance to the King. The addressors of Sir Henry Clinton were said to have instigated ..."
5. The Life and Letters of Sir George Savile, Bart., First Marquis of Halifax &c by Helen Charlotte Foxcroft (1898)
"... AND addressors, &c. London, Printed for John Frith, 1682. (? February 24.) B. A LETTER FROM A FRIEND TO A PERSON OF QUALITY. IN ANSWER (&c.). ..."