Alexander lured the prothonotary to Rome and, having confined him in the castle of S. Angelo, began a process against him.
That day I found the first nest of the prothonotary warbler.
You turn up your eyes in wonder—the prothonotary of an English court would scarcely sport such a fox-hunter's garb.
I hoped it was a prothonotary warbler, a bird I had never seen, and about whose notes I knew nothing.
Pantagruel asked Double-fee of what breed was that prothonotary, and what name they gave him.
Many and varied are the odd nesting sites occupied by prothonotary warblers.
A son of his was for many years prothonotary for the District of Montreal.
I speeded to the prothonotary's office, which was kept in the village, and quickly ascertained the truth of Hadwin's pretensions.
This was practised to a great extent in the trials of the archbishop of Toledo, of the prothonotary, and others.
Another of this family conspicuous for its brilliant coloring is the prothonotary warbler.