He will then hire a car to take the notary public to the prison on the day of the wedding.
Also in on the Davis con were Lydia Eileen Pearce, one of the owners of the Steward-Pearce Mortuary, and notary Barbara Ann Lynn.
His father, who died when Leibniz was only six years old, was a professor in the university and a notary of considerable practice.
But you really understand these things like a banker or a notary.
Catspaw told me that the notary has not a rag of paper to prove his noble descent by.
One does not tell these things in public either to the notary or to the priest.
For that matter, I can recommend you a house that belonged to the notary's brother.
He also was gazing at the lighted window over in the notary's house.
In the evenings, to augment our scanty revenues, I worked at copying law papers for a notary.
Since it is you who go to the notary's, Martine, you are not ignorant that I have my income apart.
c.1300, "clerk, secretary," from Old French notarie "scribe, clerk, secretary" (12c.) and directly from Latin notarius "shorthand writer, clerk, secretary," from notare, "to note," from nota "shorthand character, letter, note" (see note (v.)). Meaning "person authorized to attest contracts, etc." is from mid-14c.; especially in notary public (late 15c.), which has the French order of subject-adjective. Related: Notarial.