Definition of Assisters
1. assister [n] - See also: assister
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Literary usage of Assisters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chronicles of the Maltmen Craft in Glasgow, 1605-1879: With Appendix by Robert Douie, Francis Gibb Dougall (1895)
"Or if he he ane Craftsman, or any of their assisters, he shall pay to the Crafts ... or of their assisters, he he tryed he the Dean of Gild. ..."
2. The History of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland by John Knox, William M'Gavin (1841)
"And farther, we nor none of our assisters, being present with us, shall invade, trouble, or unquiet the said lords, nor their assisters, during the said ..."
3. The History of the Kirk of Scotland by David Calderwood (1842)
"And further, we, nor none of our assisters being present with us, sall invade, trouble, ... the saids lords or their assisters, during the said space. ..."
4. History of Scotland [1149-1603] by Patrick Fraser Tytler (1842)
"And that, by his grace and them, the said earl and his assisters might have the queen's majesty of England's aid and support when he shall [require] the ..."