These fellows are like the farriers—they have but the one system for everything.
These pursuits and habits were, that:—They were tinkers, smiths, and farriers.
Farriers and grooms are in the habit of giving as much as l·3 grm.
Used by farriers for sprains, &c. See Oils, Stamfords (below).
Farriers and grooms frequently mix a little of it with the food of horses to improve their coat and promote their condition,—Dose.
The farriers went round to examine those which had been rendered unserviceable by their hurts.
The procession was headed by two farriers with white aprons, and their implements bound with white ribbons and reversed.
A spurious compound, sold by the farriers druggists for veterinary purposes.
He had a small library, but not a book ever came off the shelf unless it referred to farriers or the res venatica.
Not one of these oldest writers mentions them as coppersmiths or farriers or musicians.