Definition of Bailbonds
1. bailbond [n] - See also: bailbond
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bailbonds
Literary usage of Bailbonds
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With by John Leycester Adolphus, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Thomas Flower Ellis (1837)
"16. s. 1. (Pleading) 748 s. 4. (Pleading several matters) 321 6. c. 7. 8. 8. (Continuation of office after demise of crown) 778 s. 20. (bailbonds) 416 7. c. ..."
2. Essays: Moral, Political and Aesthetic by Herbert Spencer (1865)
"... but compelled them to yield marks to acquire it I never saw adult schools make such rapid progress My form of money next gave me bailbonds in cases of ..."
3. The Lawyer in Literature by John Marshall Gest (1913)
"... and in the entertaining examination of Edie Ochiltree before Bailie Littlejohn, cites the Act of 1701, regulating bailbonds and so obtains Ochil- tree's ..."
4. Essays: Moral, Political and æsthetic by Herbert Spencer (1882)
"... but compelled them to yield marks to acquire it I never saw adult schools make such rapid progress My form of money nezt gave me bailbonds in cases of ..."