Here is mine friendt, custos Arne, who has made a road for himself, for to drive along his own genius to the demple of fame.'
The agitation caused by the Schut and custos affair had subsided.
It must have been her doing, else the custos would never have refused such a tempting offer.
The custos read it all over slowly and carefully, weighing every word.
The custos received us with as much freedom as the dignity of his numerous offices would admit of.
The fourth dignitary is the treasurer (custos, sacrista, cheficier).
The Tower recognized no authority of jurisdiction except in its own constable, who was qualified as custos turris.
There were only two letters in the bag, with a newspaper; and all three were for the custos himself.
He was custos of the imperial library at Vienna, and was a popular author.
Perhaps, after all, the custos may not be so hard with me as with the old Jew—who knows?