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Mrs. Tolhurst got it from Peter Crouch, who had it from the Woolpack yesterday.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
There was just a chance that it was the Woolpack Sand that she was on.
STORM WARRIORSJOHN GILMORE
Later on Martha Tilden told her that they were saying much the same at the Woolpack.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
They both have their feet on woolpacks, and on the son's woolpack is his merchant's mark.
MEDIEVAL PEOPLEEILEEN EDNA POWER
At Guildford all the alehouses were at one time required to exhibit a Woolpack as a token of the leading commodity in the town.
For three nights Joanna had been the chief topic of conversation in the Woolpack bar.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
These are the 'woolpack clouds,' which, in summer time, throw deep shadows on the grass.
THE BOY WITH THE U. S. WEATHER MENFRANCIS WILLIAM ROLT-WHEELER
It began to be noticed at the Woolpack that Joanna was losing heart.
JOANNA GODDENSHEILA KAYE-SMITH
Crest: A woolpack charged with a ram couchant all proper, ducally crowned azure.
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO HERALDRYARTHUR CHARLES FOX-DAVIES
At Guildford, and some other cloth centres, the alehouses were required to exhibit a woolpack for a sign.

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