He was the son of a clothier in humble circumstances, at Romsey, in Hampshire, where he was born in 1623.
He was certainly a Kentish man, and probably the son of a London clothier.
It is said that in 1713, there was but one clothier in the colony.
I know the rascals: my barber, clothier, and linen-draper dispose of my estate!
He waited with equanimity until his father could take him to the clothier's.
But Government may spend more than the 1000 with this clothier; they may spend 10,000.
It was midnight when the residence of the clothier was reached.
The bee last described may be said to exercise the trade of a clothier.
But the package was marked ‘Strawbridge and Clothier’ on the box.
Dear Doctor: The bearer is a fat Wiltshire clothier; make the most of him.