Consider what an investment accompanies these muniments of title.
The old apology, therefore, of muniments lost or destroyed, will no longer serve the Scottish historian.
It is one of a thousand muniments of our old nationality which a national government would keep safe.
Pierre tells what Calcutta banks are custodians of papers, shares of stock, other muniments of title and moneys.
The chapel contains an upper chamber, formerly used as a muniments room.
Even the attic rooms and muniments—but seldom used—are well and fully furnished.
muniments (L. munio, fortify) are records that enable one to defend his title.
As already mentioned, the muniments room was formerly above St. Andrew's Chapel.
He studied the records in the Tower, and was expert in deciphering old wills and registers and muniments belonging to monasteries.
He broke open and stole some muniments from the office, and finally, for two felonies, was burnt in the hand at Newgate.