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  • A mudlarker was a man who had an old boat, generally sold by some merchant vessel, furnished with an iron bar full of hooks, which was lowered down by a rope to catch pieces of cordage, oakum, canvas or other articles, which might fall overboard from the numerous vessels in the river; these were sold to the marine stores, such as were kept by old Nanny.

    Poor Jack

  • I have said in a former chapter that I was a regular _mudlarker_.

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  • As a casual mudlarker, I was allowed an "eyes only" search.

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  • I'm too old now; I was a flash pirate once, but I'm now nearly eighty, and am only fit for a mudlarker. "

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  • Spotted in the BBC

    "Neolithic skull found by Thames 'mudlarkers'"

    see mudlark

    February 21, 2019