Definition of Foudries
1. foudrie [n] - See also: foudrie
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Literary usage of Foudries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Celtic and Scandinavian Antiquities of Shetland by Gilbert Goudie (1904)
"... or foudries, in the same way as Shetland was designated a ... or foudries is presided over by the Foged, or Sheriff. The Foged, who is appointed by the ..."
2. Memoir of William Edmondstoune Aytoun by Theodore Martin (1867)
"... afterwards Chief- Judge, and ultimately Sheriff of the foudries of Zetland. Aytoun generally addressed his Sheriff-Substitute by this name. ..."
3. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1885)
"... of the foudries of Zetland," and the use of the plural very probably points to the fact that various districts existed, separate we think from parochial ..."
4. The Orkneys and Shetland: Their Past and Present State by John R. Tudor (1883)
"... or foudries. (See Thing.) Jamieson applies the term Foud to both the Orkneys and Shetland, which is clearly wrong from the quotations cited by himself; ..."
5. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1833)
"foudries at Pittsburgh. 19. No. 20. 3, 6, and 9 months. 23. $26 to 935. 23. Present rate low enough. 25. fS.OOO. 27. 1000 bushels wheat; 3000 oats, rvt, ..."