Definition of Solicitorships
1. solicitorship [n] - See also: solicitorship
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Literary usage of Solicitorships
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign Jurisprudence by William S. Hein & Company (1847)
"solicitorships to Government Boards. — Amongst the offices which peculiarly belong to Attorneys, and of which they have been wholly or partially deprived, ..."
2. The Parliamentary Debatesby Great Britain Parliament by Great Britain Parliament (1905)
"Q. Mr. J. Devlin; A. Mr. Long, July 5, 1120. Crown solicitorships for Antrim and Belfast, Amount saved by amalgamating. Qs. Mr. J. Devlin, ..."
3. The Parliamentary Debatesby Thomas Curson Hansard, Great Britain Parliament by Thomas Curson Hansard, Great Britain Parliament (1824)
"... attorney-ships, solicitorships,—these things danced before the eyes of learned gentlemen, and diverted their attention, and prevented them (he spoke ..."
4. The Law Times (1877)
"... wrong done to ne when the " solicitorships " of the State department are given not to solicitors bnt to barristers ? Hai it, ш fine, ..."
5. The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and by Andrew Kippis, William Godwin, George Robinson (1825)
"... solicitorships, these things danced before the eyes of learned gentlemen, and diverted their attention, and prevented them (he spoke generally) from ..."
6. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1853)
"... that while they did not disdain to 1'ade the province of the solicitor in the matter of dding Government solicitorships, &c., they opposed K employment ..."
7. The Great Cryptogram: Francis Bacon's Cipher in the So-called Shakespeare Plays by Ignatius Donnelly (1887)
"... solicitorships, judgeships, embassies, portfolios, how came this strong to pass the age of forty-six without gaining power or place?1 And remember, ..."