Definition of Saulies
1. saulie [n] - See also: saulie
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Literary usage of Saulies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Testamenta Eboracensia: Or, Wills Registered at York Illustrative of the by James Raine, John William Clay (1884)
"... my fader & moder, the saulies of ... for the saulies of all my ... all Cristen saulies, in sayng within the ..."
2. Whistle-Binkie: Or, The Piper of the Party: Being a Collection of Songs for by John Donald Carrick, Alexander Rodger, David Robertson (1878)
"We'll hing up our signs, in a raw, a raw, Mak' flunkies o' saulies sae braw, ... Mak' flunkies a* saulies sae braw"—The beadles, whom we have already ..."
3. Life jottings of an old Edinburgh citizen by John Hay Athole Macdonald (1915)
"When the cortege was to move the "saulies" marched in front, and then, if the family thought much of them- selves,the baton men followed two and two, ..."
4. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1876)
"... trumpeters, or saulies, except by the Earls and Lords and their wives, and the number of the saulies to be according to the number of the deule ..."
5. Ancient Heraldic and Antiquarian Tracts by James Balfour, James Maidment (1837)
"ye saulies in mourning, with a black staffe in hes hand, and after him ane old mane in a murning ..."
6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1841)
"I could give rules whereby the stupidest of saulies could write a memoir of his brother that should split your sides with laughter, if the melancholy of it ..."
7. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1837)
"He usually took his place in front of the saulies or ushers, or, if they were wanting, at the head of the ordinary company ; thus forming a kind of ..."