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It was upbraided to Demosthenes by an envious surly knave, that his Orations did smell like the sarpler or wrapper of a foul and filthy oil-vessel.
Item, sir, your wool is awarded by the sarpler that I cast out last, etc. Item, sir, this same day your mastership is elected and appointed here by the
'Sir, I cannot have your wool yet awarded, for I have do cast out a sarpler, the which is [ap] pointed by the lieutenant to be casten out toward the sort by, as the ordinance now is made that the lieutenant shall [ap] point the [a] warding sarplers of every man's wool, the which sarpler that I have casten out is No. 24, and therein is found by
William Smith, packer, a 60 middle fleeces and it is a very gruff wool; and so I have caused William Smith privily to cast out another sarpler
Orations did smell like the sarpler or wrapper of a foul and filthy oil-vessel.
No. 8, and packed up the wool of the first sarpler in the sarpler of No. 8, for this last sarpler is fair wool enough, and therefore I must understand how many be of that sort and the number of the [m], for they must be packed again '(12 Sept.,
Staple ordained that foreign buyers must take one sarpler of old wool with every three of new; and although the Flemings grumbled and wanted to take one of old to five of new, they had to put up with the regulation. [
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