Definition of Maggs
1. magg [v] - See also: magg
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Literary usage of Maggs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been Sold at Auction (1906)
"(909) maggs, £2 16s. Southern Provinces of France, shortly before the Revolution, 17 coloured plates from designs by T. Rowlandson, half calf gilt, ..."
2. Colored Plate Books and Their Values: Sporting Books, Works on Natural by Francis Perego Harper, William Crothers Dulles (1913)
"(maggs No. 261.) Jacquemin (R.). Iconographie Generate et Methodique du ... (maggs No. 273.) £3. IDS. James (Captain). The Military Costume of India. ..."
3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery, During by William B. Drury, Edward Burtenshaw Sugden, Robert R. Warren, Ireland High Court of Chancery (1843)
"... and to be recouped in the amount paid as the fine, and the sums expended in repairs and improvements : Lawrence v. maggs(b), Luckin v. ..."
4. Cases in Crown Law: Determined by the Twelve Judges, by the Court of King's by Thomas Leach (1815)
"About four o'clock maggs and the other officer went to the prisoner's house. maggs alighted from his horse, in order to go into the house to execute the ..."
5. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress), John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) (1834)
"maggs replied, "John, it is your own fault. ... maggs refused to do so, and said if he did not hold his tongue, he would report him to the commanding ..."