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- n. Plural form of cautioner.
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John Christison and William Harlaw, at Perth; John Willock, at Ayr; and Paul Methven, at Dundee; along with the names of the persons who became cautioners for their appearance, (vol.i. p. 406*, &c.)  Andrew Durie: see subsequent note to page 261.
As they did not appear on the day finally fixed, they and their cautioners were denounced as rebels, on the 10th of May 1559.