He at once sent the criers round to call the people in assembly.
The whole ancient family of the London criers were in full bay.
He sent the criers in all directions, and spared no pains to get news of the youth.
One heard no more the proclamations by criers, because proclamations were no longer published.
Gideon sent runners, criers, out throughout that whole section.
Applause broke out in all corners of the Court; in vain the criers shouted for order, but their voices were drowned.
Each plate contains thirty-six criers, with the addition of a principal “Crier” in the centre.
The waga or messengers acting as criers for a feast are the servants of the giver of the feast for the time being.
When men return from war the old men, who act as criers, halloo and recount the deeds of each warrior, whom they mention by name.
The criers sang through the village in praise of the host, whom they thanked for his hospitality.