Definition of Bedels
1. bedel [n] - See also: bedel
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Literary usage of Bedels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Statutes at Large: From Magna Charta to ... 1869 by Great Britain (1765)
"An аП fer tbe letter regulating the nightly watcb and bedels within the liberty ... WHEREAS the well ordering and regulating a nightly watcb and bedels ..."
2. Calendar of Wills on File and Recorded in the Offices of the Clerk of the by Berthold Fernow, New York (State). Court of Appeals, New York (State). Secretary's Office (1896)
"Codicil of April 23, 1776, makes an unimportant change and is witnessed by John bedels of said Precinct, yeoman, John van Nostrand and Abraham Garrison. van ..."
3. A History of the University of Oxford from the Earliest Times to the Year 1530 by Henry Churchill Maxwell Lyte (1886)
"... Cursory, and Extraordinary—The Schools—Division of the Academical Year— Processions—Funerals—The bedels—The Proctors—The Chancellor —The Academical ..."
4. Nuts to Crack: Or, Quips, Quirks, Anecdote and Facete of Oxford and by Richard Gooch (1835)
"Equal to this is the following spondaic on THE THREE UNIVERSITY bedels^ By Kit Smart, who well deserved, though Dr. Johnson denied him, a place in his ..."