Mr. Burbidge, the town-clerk, addressed him, and said that he was not bound to say anything to criminate himself.
When the town-clerk had thus spoken, he dismissed the assembly.
Ludovic, therefore, had housed himself elsewhere, and had been free of the authority of the town-clerk when away from his office.
The town-clerk keeps the records, books, and papers of the town.
The first witness called was Mr. Serjeant Ludlow, town-clerk of Bristol.
To this he gave no answer; and on its being repeated by the town-clerk, he faintly answered, No.
I perform some of the duties of the town-clerk by promulgating public notices when they are posted on my front.
Mr. Rushton was the town-clerk of Farafield, the most important representative of legal knowledge in the place.
"She would have to live with you whether or no," said Herr Molk to the town-clerk.
Finally, the tone of the town-clerk's words as he ends his address is thoroughly that of a Roman official.