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Fleming had gone to the linendraper his father--they all remembered the shop, Perkins and Cooper, in St.
No one could be expected to forget that he was the son of a bankrupt linendraper, and the alcoholism of Cooper seemed to increase the disgrace.
Elizabeth Retteridge, apprentice with Thomas Fyersham, linendraper of Colchester, for example, slept in the hall of her master's house (ERO D/B5 Sb2/3, fo.120v).
Offerings in haberdashery and linendraper shops, such as Highbury's Ford's in Emma, would reflect overall color trends, but their customers would not order a new gown every time Ackermann's Repository crowned a new color queen.
(13) He looks like a Scotch linendraper, and not like a parson.