drysaltery


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dry-salt·er

 (drī′sôl′tər)
n. Chiefly British
A dealer in chemical products and dyes.

dry′salt′er·y n.
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drysaltery

(ˈdraɪˌsɔːltərɪ)
n
archaic the business premises of a drysalter
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There was a drug and drysaltery works, as well as engineering, cabinetmaking, printing, tailoring, shirt, clothing, quilt and bedding factories.
The CWS Drug and Drysaltery works, Pelaw, early 20th century
They included a drug and drysaltery works, as well as engineering, cabinet-making, printing, tailoring, shirt, clothing, quilt and bedding factories.
They included a drug and drysaltery works, as well as engineering, cabinet-making , printing, tailoring, shirt, clothing, quilt and bedding factories.
They included a drug and drysaltery works, as well as engineering, cabinet making, printing, tailoring, shirt, clothing, quilt and bedding factories.
They included a drug and drysaltery works, as well as engineering, cabinet making , printing, tailoring, shirt, clothing, quilt and bedding factories.
Above, women making shirts; below left, the drug and drysaltery works; below right, the cabinet shop
They included a drug and drysaltery works, and an engineering, cabinet making , printing, tailoring, shirt, clothing, quilt and bedding factories.