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First published 1983 (DOST Vol. V).

Pilléage, n. [Pillé v.; cf. Pillage n.] = Pilléing vbl. n. 1589 Conv. Burghs I. 307.
Be the pilleage of their gudes and misusing of thair personis be certan piratt Dunkirkeris

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