Lat In Roman law. A tablet. Used in voting, and in giving the verdict of juries; and, when written upon, commonly translated “ballot” The laws which introduced and regulated the mode of voting by ballot were called ”leges tabcllarice.” Calvin.; 1 Kent Comm. 232, note.
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