Definition of Parochins
1. parochin [n] - See also: parochin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parochins
Literary usage of Parochins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of the Kirk of Scotland by David Calderwood (1843)
"... be dissolved where these parochins arc thicke together, and small ones united ... or so manie others within the bounds of the parochins, ..."
2. History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland: From the Beginning by Robert Keith, Charles Jobson Lyon (1850)
"... men within thair parochins, to taxt every ane of thame ... of the saids parochins, sa for as may extend to the ... ilk ane within thair awin parochins, ..."
3. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council (1901)
"... the Wakers Hole at S4 Ninians Raw at Leith Wynde foote sail be enlarged, helped, and mended be the inhabitants of the parochins following as is after ..."
4. Documents Relative to the Reception at Edinburgh of the Kings and Queens of by Scotland Privy Council, Edinburgh (Scotland). Town Council (1822)
"... the Wakers hole at St Ninians Raw, at Leith Wynde foote, sall be enlarged, helped, and mended, be the inhabitants of the parochins following, ..."
5. The New Statistical Account of Scotland by Society for the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters of the Clergy (1845)
"... stock and teind personage and vicarage, is almut 3000 merkis."—" Inde 12000 merkis."—" The two parochins upon the supplication of the heritors to the ..."