Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete spelling of attorney.

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Examples

  • And if so be they had no letters in this behalfe to shew, that then credite should bee giuen vnto themselues, and that their othe, or the othe of their atturney should be taken, without any other proof, as touching the value of their merchandize so brought in, and that thereupon they should be bound to pay customs, namely the customes of 3.d. iustly for that cause to be paid.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Queenes highnesse, her heires and successors, or by the saide fellowship of English Merchants for the discouery of newe trades, or their successors, or their atturney or atturneis, or by any person or persons being of the same fellowship of English Merchants for discouery of newe trades, or their successors in any court of

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • & Northumberland, You are likewise atturney to Esq. Jeoffrys, the heir of Ashton in England & are concernd with the management of Col. Fitzhughs Land [s] It will be but reputable in You to

    Letter from Robert Carter to [Thomas Lee], July 5, 1721

  • Up, and by appointment to a meeting of Sir J.hn Lawson and Mr. Cholmly's atturney and Mr. Povy at the Swan taverne at Westminster to settle their business about my being secured in the payment of money to Sir J. Lawson in the other's absence.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1665 N.S.

  • Up, and by appointment to a meeting of Sir J.hn Lawson and Mr. Cholmly's atturney and Mr. Povy at the Swan taverne at Westminster to settle their business about my being secured in the payment of money to Sir J. Lawson in the other's absence.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • There condoled with him the loss of my cozen, his wife, and talked about his matters, as atturney to my father, in his administering to my brother Tom.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 28: April/May 1664

  • There condoled with him the loss of my cozen, his wife, and talked about his matters, as atturney to my father, in his administering to my brother

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete

  • Up, and by appointment to a meeting of Sir John Lawson and Mr. Cholmly's atturney and Mr. Povy at the Swan taverne at Westminster to settle their business about my being secured in the payment of money to

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 35: May/June 1665

  • There condoled with him the loss of my cozen, his wife, and talked about his matters, as atturney to my father, in his administering to my brother

    Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1664 N.S.

  • Up, and by appointment to a meeting of Sir J.hn Lawson and Mr. Cholmly's atturney and Mr. Povy at the Swan taverne at Westminster to settle their business about my being secured in the payment of money to Sir J. Lawson in the other's absence.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, May/Jun 1665

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