Definition of Helliers
1. hellier [n] - See also: hellier
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Literary usage of Helliers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of the Late John Smeaton, F.R.S., Made on Various Occasions, in the by John Smeaton (1837)
"That with respect to the harbour of St. helliers, the matters of complaint ... The pier of St. helliers having been fixed and supported at a considerable ..."
2. The Life and Labours of George Washington Walker: Of Hobart Town, Tasmania by James Backhouse, Charles Tylor (1862)
"Leaving the Hunter the travellers struck off to the northward and arrived on the 25th at St. helliers. On the way we were overtaken by one, ..."
3. An Encyclopædia of Civil Engineering, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical by Edward Cresy (1847)
"... reason St. helliers must always be defective. Another circumstance tends to render such a harbour unquiet, and that is, when they are bounded by walls. ..."
4. A History of Advertising from the Earliest Times: Illustrated by Anecdotes by Henry Sampson (1875)
"... but carried home (like traitors) something else from other places for Brook and helliers. Gentlemen are therefore desired, when they suspect themselves ..."