fellmonger


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fellmonger

(ˈfɛlˌmʌŋɡə)
n
(Tanning) a person who deals in animal skins or hides
ˈfellˌmongering, ˈfellˌmongery n
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Worn hides that scarcely clothe the soul They are so rotten, old and thin, or firm and sot and warm and full-- fellmonger Death gets every skin.
A fellmonger was arrested, and under the pretext of attending a play, a group of his fellow fellmongers gathered in order to free him from Marshalsea Prison.
As does the word "felicific," which I came across while I was trying to find out what a "fellmonger" is.
The other half was sold to Henry Street who was a well established fellmonger or tanner of animal hides.
We also learn that "Westgate Street, wide and spacious today, was on the bed of the River Taff, in whose waters the fellmongers washed their sheepskins while close at the junction of Wood Street and Westgate Street stood a field on much lower level which was covered twice a day by the tide.
Recreational fishing in the Yarra was threatened by the rapid industrialisation of Fitzroy and Collingwood (now inner suburbs of Melbourne) where fellmongers and slaughterhouses emptied effluent into the Yarra making it 'Thamesy' and allegedly asphyxiating native fish.
It has been bought by the West Yorkshire Fellmongers.
Even in its early days Newmarket was a complex infrastructural, social, and economic assemblage, attracting related industries such as meatworks, soapworks, tanneries, fellmongers, blood and bone manufacturers (Vincent, 1992), and their associated commercial and social infrastructure.
Virtually all the leases for twenty-one years of the feoffees' property in Loughborough after 1573 (from when they are extant) were received by urban crafts and artisans: two weavers, two fellmongers, two butchers, three carpenters, a glover, five shoemakers, a wheelwright, a fishmonger, and a tanner.
Light Production Workers and Laborers 73 Wood Preparation Workers and Paper Makers 75 Spinners, Weavers, Knitters, Dyers, and Related Workers 76 Tanners, Fellmongers, and Pelt Dressers 77,78 Food and Beverage Processors; Tobacco Preparers and Tobacco Product Makers 79 Tailors, Dress Makers, Sewers, Upholsterers, and Related Workers 80 Shoemakers and Leather Goods Makers 81 Furniture Makers and Related Woodworkers 90 Rubber and Plastic Product Makers 91 Paper and Paper Board Product Makers 92 Printers and Related Workers 96,98,99 * Stationary Engine and Related Equipment Operators; Transport Equipment Operators; Apprentices and Other Laborers D.
Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, 1 Fellmongers Path, Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 3LY.