Then the son of the last Gledstanes of Arthurshiel removed to Biggar, where he opened the business of a maltster.
In 1842 he entered the business of his father and grandfather as a merchant and maltster.
Rumbold, the maltster who contrived the Rye house plot taken and executed at Edinburgh.
On the local requirements Mr. Foster the maltster was a very Baedeker.
There must be few who have not heard of the Irishman who was hired by a Yarmouth maltster to help in loading a ship.
"'Tis a' awkward gift for a man, poor soul," said the maltster.
Then she appears in the granary helping the maltster to thresh and winnow grain.
Between each case is a passage, D, enabling the maltster to have free access to the corn at all points.
Mrs. Reeves, the maltster's wife, was soured in temper and angular of face.
Alexander Buchanan was the son of a maltster at Bucklyvie, Stirlingshire, where he was born in 1817.