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Unifying all viewpoints from Giraldus Cambrensis to the `atrocity' pamphlets of the 1640s is the theme of territorial acquisition - and upon the vast estates hereby created the Irish might be allowed to serve as `our best Gardeners, fruiterers and keepers of our horses' (51).
The quayside was once one of the busiest places in the district thanks to the Customs House, shipping office and sailors' home, with chandlers, grocers, fruiterers and butchers all catering to private trade as well as the fishermen.
The companies associated with The Livery were drawn from abundant trades and professions throughout the UK, ranging from grocers to gun makers, fruiterers to fishmongers.
Mr Velasco is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers and was granted Freedom of the City of London in 2004.
Dairy products from family favourite Harris Eggs and Cheese, five-a-day essentials from Bo Bo fruits and Ellis Fruiterers, and a supply of some of the city's toptasting vegetables from Mr Nice and Fresh were all thrown into the pot in the one-off culinary quest.
The shop in the photo appears to have been Bickerdikes and Ken says: "It has been over many years a general store, barbers, photographers and fruiterers.
E Morris and Sons Chalybeate Street THIS greengrocers and fruiterers is an institution and a welcome survival of a traditional shop that still puts its goods on the pavement.
Roath RFC were the first winners and from that season to 1909-10 included winners such as Cardiff Barbarians, Cardiff Fruiterers and Llandaff Yard.
Jade Nixon, a shop worker at Eileen's Fruiterers in Redcar high street, said it was wrong that people can park for free in Yarm but not Redcar.
AB Fruiterers in Crook, County Durham, has been established for over 25 years.
Mark Giles, who runs Array Fruit Farm in Bromsgrove, said he was forced to take the drastic action because the number of traditional buyers of his produce - independent fruiterers and greengrocers - has dwindled in the face of the rapid advance of supermar-kets.
Each year the Women's Institute and the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers (charter 1605) sponsor the competition at Dalemain House on Ullswater in the Lake District.
The seven City Livery companies involved in the food industry who initiated the annual lecture six years ago--the Bakers, Butchers, Cooks, Farmers, Fishmongers, Fruiterers and Poulters--together provide the historic setting of Guildhall, London.
And his local grocer Michael Plastiras, 41, of Broadway Fruiterers in Crouch End, London, knows exactly how the Men Behaving Badly star keeps his energy levels up for the chase.
Opportunities were also lost by growing new varieties in the wrong locations, ensuring they were unable to fulfil their potential, he told the English top fruit industry at a major conference in Kent last week organised by the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers.