On the 4th of July she had conquered for herself the headship of that powerful brotherhood.
Hamilton did not have to be urged to take the headship of the Treasury.
In Homer and Hesiod, however, the conception of headship is complicated by the introduction of the idea of fate.
In the same way the language testifies to the headship of the father.
From the first their eyes were fixed on the headship of the state as their final goal.
So early was the doctrine of the headship maintained by the Church of Scotland.
The Saintship or headship of the community was hereditary, descending from father to son.
Mark the way in which he emphasises his headship of the clan!
You must cease in any case to retain the headship of the house, even for the few days of the term that remain.
He, by virtue of his headship, is legally entitled to the services of his family.