Definition of Aulnager
1. alnager [n -S] - See also: alnager
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aulnager
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Literary usage of Aulnager
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Short History of English Commerce and Industry by Langford Lovell Price (1900)
"The position of the aulnager showed the importance of the worsted industry. Before the arrival of these immigrants the new manufacture ..."
2. The General Shop BookGreat Brit (1753)
"If an aulnager féal a cloth that is not of the ... his cloth to fale before he hath paid the aulnager his ..."
3. Chronicon Rusticum-commerciale by John Smith (1747)
"And if any Buyer of fuch Cloths mall prove that the aulnager hath done any Fraud or Deceit in his Office, he lhall be entitled to one half of the Forfeiture ..."
4. Landmarks in English Industrial History by George Townsend Warner (1899)
"We hear of these workers owing to their quarrels with the aulnager, ... An aulnager was appointed, but he went beyond the mere repression of fraud, ..."
5. A Digest of the Laws of England by Anthony Hammond, John Comyns (1826)
"And the aulnager shall take for his fee of the seller for every cloth of assize a ... The aulnager is an officer appointed to measure by the aulne, or ell, ..."