n.1.See Tabard.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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One such letter came from the Apostolic Vicar of Cochinchina, Jean-Louis Taberd, and his missionaries in 1830.
Fitz-ale is also called 'conserver of the records of either forest, as witnesseth the brief taberd, or coat-armour he carries, being an industrious collection of all the written or reported wonders of the Peak'.
Jean Louis Taberd, the Vicar Apostolic of Cochinchina, reported in 1826, for example, that officials regularly harassed converts and local clergy in Quang Nam without the authority of an edict.
Taberd, after the Viceroy's posthumous trial his funerary tablet was beaten with 80 strokes of the heavy rod (Taberd, AMEP, 748, 20 Dec.