Definition of Ceilers
1. ceiler [n] - See also: ceiler
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Literary usage of Ceilers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. London, Past and Present: Its History, Associations, and Traditions by Henry Benjamin Wheatley, Peter Cunningham (1891)
"... by letters patent of 13th of Queen Elizabeth (1571), by the name of "The Master and Wardens of the Faculty of Joiners and ceilers of London. ..."
2. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Agesby Percy Society by Percy Society (1846)
"... guild of St. Bartholomew ; 21, hosiers, or guild of St. George; 22, curriers ; 23, brewers and maltsters, or guild of St. Andrew ; 24, joiners, ceilers, ..."
3. Ecclesiastical Memorials; Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation by John Strype (1822)
"... containing together sixty-seven yards, to garnish the curtains and ceilers of the same bed. While the King was in his progress, the Duke of North- The ..."
4. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1885)
"9. Nov”. Liberty is Granted unto mu”. Jacob Parker and m”. Samuel Royall to take up the Pavement and Ground to Clear their Drains from their ceilers to the ..."
5. Antique Furniture by Frederick William Burgess (1915)
"... Queen Elizabeth granted the joiners a Charter, under the title of, "The Master, Wardens, and Commonalty of the Faculty of Joiners and ceilers or Carvers ..."
6. A Short History of Hampton Court by Ernest Philip Alphonse Law (1897)
"some of carved and gilt oak and other wood, with ceilers and testers of right arras of old work, " with the sun in the ..."