The “remembrancer” consisted of 80 pages, and was published at eighteenpence.
I had a remembrancer within, which I did not presently know of.
Then indeed are our clothes a remembrancer of our lost innocency.
To man a rocking-chair is a remembrancer of a mother's affection.
Almon's remembrancer : "'Common Sense' is read by all ranks; and as many as read, so many become converted."
Seannachaidh (shennachie), Reciter of old tales, recorder, remembrancer.
The glimpse was worth something, as a remembrancer, but that was all.
That nonconformity will remain a goad and remembrancer, and every inquirer will have to dispose of him, in the first place.
One of the main duties of the archæologist is thus lost sight of: his duty as Interpreter and remembrancer of the Past.
This being the second remembrancer which Mr. Salomon sends me on the subject, I thought I had better let you know.