Definition of Liberties
1. Noun. (plural of liberty) ¹
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Definition of Liberties
1. liberty [n] - See also: liberty
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Literary usage of Liberties
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"He came to the colony in 1634, and was for a time pastor at Ipswich. The " Liberties " were established by the Massachusetts ..."
2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature by William Johnson (1859)
"The house and office were within the reputed liberties, and were universally so considered, until after the alleged escape; and the prisoner returned within ..."
3. Dictionary of national biography by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1893)
"17; Legal Fundamental Liberties, p. 30). Meanwhile Lilburne was ineffectually endeavouring to obtain from the House of Commons the promised compensation for ..."
4. The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of George the Third by Thomas Erskine May (1899)
"Freedom of Opinion the greatest of Liberties, and last acquired:— Tha Press under the Censorship, and afterwards:—Its Contests with Government early in the ..."
5. Select Documents of English Constitutional History by George Burton Adams, Henry Morse Stephens (1901)
"We have granted moreover to all free men of our kingdom for us and our heirs forever all the liberties written below, to be had and holden by themselves and ..."
6. The Federal and State Constitutions: Colonial Charters, and Other Organic by Francis N. Thorpe, United States (1909)
"... Liberties, Priviledges, Comodities, Hereditaments, and Premisses whatsoever, with the Appurtenances vnto the saide Sir Henry Rosewell, Sir John Younge. ..."
7. The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of George the by Thomas Erskine May (1871)
"WE now approach the greatest of all our liberties,— Freedom of liberty of opinion. ... o?e gate the development of political discussion, liberties. ..."
8. The Law of Mines, Quarries and Minerals by Robert Forster MacSwinney (1884)
"And he will often find it convenient to stipulate for liberties of using, abstracting, diverting, withdrawing support from, or fouling water; whether such ..."