ordinaries

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It is an extra one, and they had better have tea on one of the ordinaries.

Stopovers were made either at ordinaries or at the houses of friends.

Besides, they say the satisfaction that walks in the ordinaries is counterfeit.

Then the Commons presented their supplication against the ordinaries.

Even this will not hold with the ordinaries which have been quoted.

With the Billet, the Ordinaries, uncertain as they are in number, may be said to end.

Lights had to be out,—or hidden,—especially in the ordinaries.

When the line is used to form one of the ordinaries, it is said to be embattled.

Ye have been at the ordinaries, and in Alsatia, and learned the ruffian's rant, I doubt not.

Ordinaries are commanded to make inquiry by themselves or by others every year, and to see that this canon is observed.