The booths were emptied of their cooks and butchers and silversmiths.
When out only for promenade, none of these linger long in the street of the silversmiths.
Of all the American silversmiths, Paul Revere was the most interesting.
There were silversmiths at work, tent-makers, and the makers of camel harness.
This is the actual manner in which silversmiths clean their plate.
Such horns may be purchased at the silversmiths' shops at Seville.
Three thousand workmen were employed in the Street of the Silversmiths.
Such horns may be purchased in some of the silversmiths' shops at Seville.
I get quite as much money as I want at the Silversmiths'; and I've saved a little, too.
Often they were by trade gold or silversmiths who combined with other arts that of making clocks.