Definition of Butled
1. butle [v] - See also: butle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Butled
Literary usage of Butled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Suffolk Deeds by Suffolk County (Mass.), John Tyler Hassam (1902)
"Thomas Clarke or however otherwise butled and bounded, with the rights libertys privilidges & appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging To have & to hold ..."
2. The Constitution of the United States by United States, Robert Desty, Albert J. Brunner (1884)
"Beg. Sup. 154, p. 84, '. Butland ». Copes, 15 Rich. 8i, pp. 125, b; 147, m. butled^e v. Fogg, 3 Cold. 554, p. 20J, ", ". Byan «. ..."
3. The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut [1636-1776] by Connecticut, Connecticut General Assembly, Connecticut Council, James Hammond Trumbull, Connecticut Council of Safety, Charles Jeremy Hoadly (1868)
"... of the tract of land hereby granted to them, shall have a pattent for the said land and premises hereby granted, so butled and bounded as aforesaid, ..."
4. An Essay Towards the Further Elucidation of the Law of Descents: With an by Charles Watkins, Robert Studley Vidal (1819)
"ButLed.j But a settlement, though made after marriage, by a person not indebted at the time, will be good against subsequent creditors, i Atk. 15. ..."
5. A General Treatise on the Principles and Practice by which Courts of Equity by John Eykyn Hovenden (1825)
"And, to raise this pre- This sumption, no declaration seems necessary : but, it butled by paroi the parent do actually make any declarations, (even ^? ..."