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There may be more than one stipendiary magistrate for a borough.

When captured by the Romans they made it a stipendiary town.

There are 66 resident (stipendiary) magistrates, and four police magistrates in Dublin.

When they received pay, which must have been the usual case, they were literally his soldiers, or stipendiary troops.

The council may by petition obtain the appointment of a stipendiary magistrate for the borough.

The stipendiary held of a superior; the allodialist of no one, but enjoyed his land as free and independent property.

But their efficiency was counteracted by another result of stipendiary warfare.

Nor should the rewards be wholly confined to Officers of Justice, either parochial or stipendiary.

It follows, therefore, almost as a matter of course, that Stipendiary Justices have become indispensably necessary.

Whether he consoled himself with the stipendiary services of a court poet, we do not discover.

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