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Literary usage of Tolldish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Observations on the West of England Mining Region: Being an Account of the by Joseph Henry Collins (1912)
"tolldish, a very old tin mine, also yielded small quantities of ochre and umber in 1901-2. ST. AGNES CONSOLS. ..."
2. The Gold Rocks of Great Britain and Ireland: And a General Outline of the by John Calvert (1853)
"... and albeit, the king had some profit of tin or lead in some places as a tolldish of ore, that was not only in respect of the interest the king had, ..."
3. Wharton's Law-lexicon: Forming an Epitome of the Law of England; and by John Jane Smith Wharton, John Mounteney Lely (1892)
"tolldish, a vessel by which the toll of corn for grinding is measured. Toller, one who collects tribute or taxes. ..."
4. A Handy-book of the Law of Dower: With Statutes, Forms, Pleadings, &c. by W. George Draper (1863)
"As of a mill she may have the third tolldish, or she may be endowed of the entire mill every third month, (c) In an old case it was questioned whether a ..."