His saddler had to be seen,—and threatened,—on a certain matter touching the horses' backs.
On either side, forge and weighing-room, saddler's and doctor's shop.
The schoolroom had not very many charms for him, and at fifteen he was apprenticed to a saddler, with whom he remained two years.
I must trouble you, Fanny, for fifteen pounds to pay this saddler's bill.'
Will Noakes the saddler dropped his lantern on a truss of straw while he was rat-hunting there.'
I thought you did; and that's the reason why you called for a saddler.
I follow him to the saddler's—saddler and harness-maker Vogt is also a glazier, and deals in leather as well.
The saddler was content to have his old woman "laid" at this price.
And then a man came in and told them the General had sent his boots to the saddler to have nails hammered in the soles.
He was the son of a saddler, born in London 1657, and liberally educated.