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  • noun Obsolete form of auditor.


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  • The king supposing his words to be true, or at least likelie so to be, and that in reforming such vntruth in his officers, it should be both profitable to him, and well liked of the people, sent this abbat ouer with commission, to be as it were his generall auditour.

    Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (6 of 12) Richard the First

  • Secundly, Yf it shall happin in oure saidis conventionis any hard place of Scripture to be redd, of the which no proffeit arysith to the convenaris, that it shalbe lauchfull to any qualifiit personis in knowledge, being present, to interpreit and open up the saidis hard places, to Goddis glorie and to the proffeit of the auditour.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)


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