noun, plural pro·ton·o·tar·ies.
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Among others he took two men who belonged to the Protonotary.Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 2
Francis Marion Crawford
No one spoke, but the expression on the protonotary's face grew darker.
The protonotary did not answer, but walked sulkily into the house.
He was protonotary of the County of Annapolis, and was a zealous Episcopalian.The Loyalists of Massachusetts
James H. Stark
The protonotary was in the chair and three clerks were keeping the minutes.The Red Room