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a merchant who sells men's clothing

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Giles, a haberdasher, complained to the Queen because his own business was being undermined by Arnold's activities: as he puts it, he was "hynderyde of hys lyvyge herbye [because] .
Agnes Dow, a silk mercer, haberdasher and milliner in Leith in the 1830s was bankrupted following the loss of a sister-partner who suffered from a chronic mental illness.
Near the end of the 1631 text of Londons Jus Honorarium, Heywood describes his encounters with the Haberdashers guild, the sponsors of the entertainment.
Why do the councillors allow this to happen and why aren't they doing something about bringing it back to the way it was, a thriving area with lots of shops, haberdashers, like Johns, fruit shops, like Harolds pram and baby shops and many more that used to be there.
ON-SONG Woodlands School under-13s celebrated a superb double with victory at the Haberdashers Askes road relay followed up by a team success in the Northern Schools championships.
There will be the opportunity for you to window shop in top-class designer shops with bargain prices, or you may prefer to explore the tiny streets and alleyways lined with more traditional establishments like ironmongers, locksmiths and haberdashers.
Why do councillors allow this to why aren't they doing something about bringing it back to was, a thriving area with shops, haberdashers, like shops, like Harolds pram shops and many more there.
With Karl robbins fourth and Mark Hambridge eighth, the Coventry squad finished 31 points clear of hosts Haberdashers Aske.
There will be the opportunity for you to window shop in top class designer shops that offer absolute bargain prices, or you may prefer to explore the tiny streets and alleyways lined with more traditional establishments like ironmongers, locksmiths, haberdashers and a host of other trades from yesteryear.
GEORGE FOULKES was born on January 21, 1942 and attended Keith Grammar and Haberdashers Aske's Schools.
Haberdashers set the fastest women's fours time in 11.
Newport Harrier Brigid Eades, a student at Haberdashers in Monmouth, is another name to note having already won a British Under-17 indoor silver medal over 300 metres.
Byline: Anne Kavanagh Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls