Definition of Taxors
1. taxor [n] - See also: taxor
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taxors
Literary usage of Taxors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and ...by William Nicholson by William Nicholson (1821)
"The taxors, similar to the moderators, are masters of arts and ... all causes, or suits, whereunto the proctors, or taxors, or any of them, or a master of ..."
2. Social Life at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century by Christopher Wordsworth (1874)
"At Bologna, in like manner, four taxors were appointed to regulate the price of ... When colleges had been built at Cambridge, the office of taxors or ..."
3. A Sketch of the History of Taxes in England from the Earliest Times to the by Stephen Dowell (1876)
"A form of oath is prescribed to be made by the chief taxors and by the sub-taxors.2 And the clerks who transcribe the Rolls or Schedules are to be sworn ..."
4. Annals of Cambridge by Charles Henry Cooper, John William Cooper (1908)
"... of licensing Victuallers in Chesterton, theretofore exercised by the Vice-Chancellor, and for discontinuing the salaries of the taxors. The sum of £108. ..."
5. A Historical Account of the University of Cambridge, and Its Colleges: In a by Benjamin Dann Walsh (1837)
"The same system has been pursued in the cases of the taxors and the ... The two taxors are officers, annually chosen, whose duty it now is to regulate the ..."