Definition of Eyres
1. eyre [n] - See also: eyre
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Literary usage of Eyres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Miscellanea Genealogica Et Heraldica by Joseph Jackson Howard (1904)
"Thomas eyres of Whitnash, senior, grants to John eyres, the son of Thomas eyres of the ... Thomas eyres of Whitnash, junr, & Jane his wife grants to William ..."
2. The New-York Legal Observer by Samuel Owen (1847)
"It did not appear that the defendant eyres ever saw the note, ... The question raised at the trial was, whether the defendant eyres was a partner with the ..."
3. A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the by Luke Owen Pike (1873)
"The Great Rolls of the Exchequer, if studied with a little patience, show how very different were these early eyres from our modern circuits, and how feeble ..."
4. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society by Hakluyt Society (1888)
"A Mr. John eyres or Eyre appears in the list of Bengal servants as Factor in 1713 ; as Chief at Balasore in Feb. ..."
5. The Romantic Movement in English Poetry by Arthur Symons (1909)
"ROBERT eyres LANDOR (1781-1869)l THE style and language of Robert Landor's plays were more interesting and original than the matter of them. ..."
6. Inventory of Unpublished Material for American Religious History in by William Henry Allison (1910)
"Ebenezer Smith to Rev. John Davis. 1771. (3 letters.) David Sprague to Nicholas eyres. North Kingstown, May 9, 1740. John Tripp to Joseph Guild. ..."