Hugh Gunnison, victualler, kept a cookes shop in his dwelling there some time before 1642, as he was then allowed to sell beer.
Here Dr. Gauden and Mr. Gauden the victualler dined with us.
Then to the Office again, all the afternoon: we met about the victualler's new contract.
Up; and all the morning we met at the office about the victualler's contract.
In the cellar of the building was a victualler named Augustus Adams.
The Hand was the sign of a victualler near the Marshalsea in Southwark, in 1680.
Up and all the morning about the victualler's business, passing his account.
Besides these, the bark Samuel of 180 tons accompanied as a victualler to Cape Verd.
A victualler who follows the camp to sell provisions to the troops.
In the spring of 1665, when the fleet was fitting for sea, complaints of the failure of the victualler were frequent.