Definition of Pultons
1. pulton [n] - See also: pulton
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Literary usage of Pultons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1885)
"... 3s oo 08 oo 1 One of the many editions or continuations of pultons Abstract or Abridgment of the Statutes, originally printed in 1560. ..."
2. The Old Church and School Libraries of Lancashire by Richard Copley Christie (1885)
"... 3s oo 08 oo ' One of the many editions or continuations of pultons Abstract or Abridgment of the Statutes, originally printed in 1560. ..."
3. Publications by Oxford Historical Society (1907)
"Baker's Note, unless there were two Ferdinande pultons, & he of Cambridge was not the famous Law Writer *. This Morning, about four of the Clock, ..."
4. A History of the American People by Woodrow Wilson (1918)
"They were methods which he could readily understand, and which seemed almost to fall within his own experience. He pultons FIRST STEA. ..."
5. History of Woman Suffrage by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan Brownell Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage (1887)
"Shall the pultons say to the Raphaels, because you cun not make steam engines, therefore you shall not vote ? ..."
6. A Voyage to South America: Describing at Large the Spanish Cities, Towns by Antonio de Ulloa, John Adams (1806)
"... of another kind conceal the moft active pultons. THE only tarne eatable animals are the cow and the hog, of which there are great plenty. ..."