Definition of Titularies
1. titulary [n] - See also: titulary
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Literary usage of Titularies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Egyptian Grammar, with Table of Signs, Bibliography, Exercises for Reading ...by Adolf Erman by Adolf Erman (1894)
"O1 II 39* ID \x " III I. Examples of the Royal titularies. (Written in abbreviations throughout; for explanation compare the titulary fully written out in ..."
2. History of the Wars of the French Revolution ...: Comprehending the Civil by Edward Baines (1855)
"The high imperial court is composed of the princes, the titularies of the grand dignities, and grand officers of ihe empire, the grand judge, sixty senators ..."
3. Cobbett's Political Registerby William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1804)
"In the course of the two years subsequent to hi* accession or majority, the Emperor accompanied by the titularies of the grand dignities of the empire, ..."
4. Narrative and Correspondence Concerning the Removal of the Deposites, and by William John Duane (1838)
"Besides, I confess to you, that I have thought myself treated, by ' the titularies of the dignitaries' of Pennsylvania, for upwards of twenty years, ..."
5. A Complete History of the Popes of Rome: From Saint Peter, the First Bishop by Louis-Marie de Lahaye Cormenin (1859)
"To follow a numerical order, we indicate the titularies of the Roman diocese in the succession of the pontiffs; and wo bestow the title of pope on the ..."