Definition of Lidger
1. the financial record book of a company [n -S]
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Literary usage of Lidger
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Boy's Yearly Book by John Tillotson (1863)
"Richard Stevens, A. Chapman, WA Dawson, W, Woodward, lidger Green, Edward Allen, JG, B BE, ET, John Smith George, PHE, AOH, SL, WWO 2. ..."
2. The English Historical Review by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1913)
"... which agrees with an entry in the ' lidger Book ' in 1516-17, fo. ... For the lidger Book, ..."
3. Philosophy in Poetry: A Study of Sir John Davies's Poem "Nosce Teipsum", by by Elias Hershey Sneath (1903)
"But there is also a " lidger-booke " of wit and will — a storehouse for their products — " all arts and generall reasons." This intellectual v memory is ..."
4. Coryat's Crudities: Hastily Gobled Up in Five Moneths Travells in France by Thomas Coryate, George Coryate (1905)
"... many years in Constantinople) lay there with a great troupe of gallant Gentlemen, who was then taking his journey to Rome to lie there lidger. ..."
5. A Chronicle of England During the Reigns of the Tudors, from A.D. 1485 to 1559 by Charles Wriothesley (1875)
"The word lidger, ledger, or leiger, is derived from the Dutch "liguen," to lie or remain in a place, "to be constantly there," as opposed to a temporary ..."
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