If all do not lay down their arms, the signatories cannot help it.
In 1471 he was one of the signatories of the truce with the Duke of Brittany.
No presents had been sent to the Missionary to distribute amongst the signatories.
That is the wish of the authors and the signatories of the memorandum.
The signatories to that address recognized the true significance of this travel.
The signatories have, I think, supplied the best of reasons.
England, one of the signatories to the treaty, was to gain nothing by the division.
The signatories lived to see their errors and to be ashamed of what they wrote.
Under a well-constituted and regular authority, its writer and signatories would of course have been punished for insubordination.
Japan and England wanted it substituted by a compact which should be signed by its two signatories and the United States.