Definition of Bailiffships
1. bailiffship [n] - See also: bailiffship
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Literary usage of Bailiffships
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society, John Harland, Manchester (England). Court-Leet (1861)
"of the Perquisites of the Court, the Port-motes, Hal-motes,19 Markets, and bailiffships or bailiffs [for cow-leys or ..."
2. Mamecestre: Being Chapters from the Early Recorded History of the Barony by John Harland (1861)
"... of the Perquisites of the Court, the Port-motes, Hal-motes,19 Markets, and bailiffships or bailiffs [for cow-leys or ..."
3. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association, Thomas Rowland Powel, Donald Moore (1890)
"The following year, however, they had their revenge by carrying both bailiffships, and I regret to find that they do not appear to have used their victory ..."
4. Europe, Past and Present: A Comprehensive Manual of European Geography and by Franz Heinrich Ungewitter (1850)
"... (on the east) and Valais (on the west), and on the south bordered by Lombardy. It consists of the 7 former Italian bailiffships of Bellinzona, Riviera, ..."