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  • n. Plural form of pepperer.


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  • He did not exactly make over the provisioning of the City to the Corporation, but he first obtained an Act of Parliament throwing open the calling of fishmonger to all comers; and then another which practically abolished the trade of grocers, pepperers, fruiterers, butchers, and bakers.

    The History of London

  • Here are mercers; here goldsmiths; here armourers; here glovers; here pepperers or grocers; and so forth.

    The History of London

  • These three political insiders seem comfortable with their featured role as anecdote-pepperers and each takes advantage of it to good effect, cheerfully regaling us with little-known facts and interesting insights taken from their own experiences.

    The Age News Headlines

  • A number of goldsmiths and pepperers had come to loggerheads in St. Paul’s Churchyard during sermon time, and the mayor had committed one of the ringleaders to the compter.

    London and the Kingdom - Volume I


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