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law stationer

a stationer selling articles used by lawyers
(Brit) a person who makes handwritten copies of legal documents
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  • He is a law stationer who does odd jobs for the different firms here.

    The Slave of Silence Fred M. White
  • The position of a scrivener was something between a notary and a law stationer.

    Old and New London Walter Thornbury
  • His step was leisurely, and once he stopped to light his pipe, peering with interest into the shop window of a law stationer.

    Fire-Tongue Sax Rohmer
  • I was glad to accept of employment as copying clerk to a law stationer, at a salary of seven shillings a-week.

  • At the age of twelve he was errand boy to an apothecary and afterwards was apprenticed to a law stationer.

  • Her mother's brother, gentlemen, failed for eight hundred pounds, as a law stationer.'

    The Pickwick Papers Charles Dickens

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