Definition of Chandlers
1. Noun. (plural of chandler) ¹
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Definition of Chandlers
1. chandler [n] - See also: chandler
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Literary usage of Chandlers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in by Walter Wilson (1808)
"1 ALLOW-chandlers'-HALL, a large handsome building, with piazzas, adorned with columns and arches of the Tuscan order, is situated on the west side of ..."
2. Zachariah Chandler: An Outline Sketch of His Life and Public Services by Arthur Tappan Pierson (1880)
"'HE chandlers of New England are the descendants of William Chandler, who came from ... The chandlers of Bedford, NH, are the posterity of one of his ..."
3. The Diary of Matthew Patten of Bedford, N.H. by Matthew Patten (1903)
"... said it was no matter about it and I went to chandlers in the afternoon on joseph Houstons acct to get an article put into a wart for a town meeting for ..."
4. The Marriage, Baptismal, and Burial Registers of the Collegiate Church Or by Joseph Lemuel Chester (1876)
"Catharine Monk, widow ;5 Margate, Kent (buried from Tallow chandlers' ... 1832), for her life, with remainder to the Company of Tallow-chandlers of London. ..."
5. Southern Law Review and Chart of the Southern Law and Collection Union by William S. Hein & Company (1873)
"The son died unmarried, and the Wai chandlers entered into possession, kept the premises in repair, and, after the great tire of London, rebuilt them. ..."
6. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1871)
"С с Fatal in Grange Buildings, Edinburgh, 11 n at Jackson's Ship chandlers, at Liverpool, .... chandlers ..."
7. The Book of the Church by Robert Southey (1825)
"They were sold to grocers and chandlers; whole ship. loads were sent abroad to the bookbinders, that the vellum or parchment might be cut up in their trade. ..."
8. Records of the Borough of Leicester: Being a Series of Extracts from the by Leicester (England), Mary Bateson, William Henry Stevenson, John Edward Stocks (1905)
"Rule for chandlers. Book II, p. 34. [Jan. 11, 1558.] At the same common hall 1 is ... chandlers ..."