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How to use saddler in a sentence

I have not heard if the Saddler's Company proposes to send me any coffee, but I expect to hear in due course.
LETTERS OF LT.-COL. GEORGE BRENTON LAURIEGEORGE BRENTON LAURIE
Strayer was a saddler, who carried on a shop in Uniontown, and died only a few years ago.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
When fifteen years old, he was apprenticed to a saddler, where he stayed two years.
THE LIFE OF KIT CARSONEDWARD S. ELLIS
Was it invented by some fanciful traveller-horseman hindered on his way to Rome or Athens, by a saddler or a veterinary surgeon?
OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACKWILLARD GLAZIER
The schoolroom had not very many charms for him, and at fifteen he was apprenticed to a saddler, with whom he remained two years.
THE BLUE AND THE GRAYA. R. WHITE
His saddler had to be seen,—and threatened,—on a certain matter touching the horses' backs.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
I know that the formation of our new armies has produced many anomalies, but it is my conviction that our saddler is unique.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
The old saddler, dozing on a wagon, fell off and was run over: nothing broken, but he will be lost to us.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
Having received an elementary education in his youth, he first worked in his father's shop, and was then apprenticed to a saddler.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
There were no cottages further on; the saddler's was the last on that side and at that end of the village.
PECCAVIE. W. HORNUNG

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