Definition of Schouts
1. schout [n] - See also: schout
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Literary usage of Schouts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York by John Romeyn Brodhead, Berthold Fernow, Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, New York (State). Legislature (1858)
"By order of the Honble the Governor-General of N. Netherland. (Signed), N. BAYARD, Secretary. The above Proclamation is transmitted to the schouts and ..."
2. Memoirs of Literature: Containing a Large Account of Many Valuable Books by Michel de La Roche (1722)
"... de cette Province, & une Lifte de tous les Grands schouts, ou Chefs de ... of the Nobility t>f that Province, and a Lift of all the Great schouts, ..."
3. The Cause and Prevention of Beri-beri by W. Leonard Braddon (1907)
"mong those so detained — the schouts- ... while the schouts-arrestanten could not do this, but had to be content with the ordinary prison fare.' 32. ..."
4. The American Historical Review by American Historical Association (1901)
"In 1670 and 1671 we find references to schouts and commissaries, who have the duties of the old Dutch officers.5 The adoption of the Laws in the Delaware ..."
5. Publications (1853)
"... that even in the night, when they abused them, an excellent and edifying address was fearlessly delivered in schouts-street, by the pious Bouwen ..."
6. Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times by Sydney George Fisher (1897)
"Finding that the Dutch, or Flemish, breed of horses was as slow as the schouts and schepens, he also, through Nicolls,established a race-course near ..."
7. Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times by Sydney George Fisher (1898)
"Finding that the Dutch, or Flemish, breed of horses was as slow as the schouts and schepens, he also, through Nicolls, established a race-course near ..."