We were opposite the Belle Jardiniere, the clothiers; he wanted to rig me out.
I believe that early in the seventeenth century they were clothiers.
He took to going up-town walking by the stores—looking in at the windows of tailors and clothiers.
The guilds began to assume a character unlike anything which could exist among the clothiers or blacksmiths for instance.
To protect the interests of English clothiers and weavers, its manufactures were loaded with duties.
In shady places sandal merchants and clothiers were established; while sample tents spotted the whole landscape.
Tinge, the per-centage allowed by drapers and clothiers to their assistants upon the sale of old-fashioned articles.
Its clothiers sent the products of their looms over all Christendom, and its linen and cutlery were equally renowned.
He sprung from one of the Grey Coat families in the weald of Kent, the clothiers.
Even white cloths are subject to a duty upon exportation; and our dyers have so far obtained a monopoly against our clothiers.