Definition of Kilty
1. kiltie [n KILTIES] - See also: kiltie
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Literary usage of Kilty
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery of Maryland. [1811-1832] by Maryland High Court of Chancery, Theodorick Bland (1840)
"kilty, Chancellor.— The defendants La- cretia and Sarah Tilly being before ... kilty, Chancellor.—Decreed, that the interest of the parties in the land in ..."
2. Our Country, in Its Relations to the Past, Present and Future: A National by Mrs Lincoln Phelps (1864)
"The following memorandum in the hand-writing of the author, Chancellor kilty, accompanies the original copy: "At the first verse, which is copied from the ..."
3. The Southern Review by Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Methodist Episcopal Church, South (1869)
"By John kilty, Register of the Land Office, &c. Baltimore: S. Dobbin & Murphy. 1808. 4. A History of Maryland, from its Settlement in the year 1634 to the ..."
4. The History and Topography of the County of Clare: From the Earliest Times by James Frost (1893)
"... and Bally- kilty ; that Mahone M'Inerney, aged 17, at his father's death, is the son and heir of said John ; finds that Mahone, son of Loghlen, ..."
5. Centennial History of the City of Washington, D. C.: With Full Outline of by Harvey W. Crew, William Bensing Webb, John Wooldridge (1892)
"... the Courts — Kendall venus the United States — Chief Justices of the Circuit Court — Thomas Johnson —William kilty — William Cranch--George W. Hopkins ..."