His share in the New Bedford chandler 's shop he had partnered with Captain Stoddard had seemed vast when they started, but his resources melted like snow in the sun with the expense of travel.
One was a chandler from Co. Louth, and the other was the accomplished Dublin artist Anthony Lee.
It seemed that every trades-man in the county, from the black-smith to the chandler , came out of the wood-work to proclaim that he was beholden to them.
In 1439, William Aylewyn, a chandler , obtained royal licence to buy 200 quarts of barley in Norfolk to bring to Maldon.
He came from a craft background, his father being a ships' chandler and soap boiler.
Small bunches of drying herbs gathered on the tops of cupboards and on high shelves, part of their mother's trade as a chandler .
His ultimate ambition is to set up a chandler 's shop, selling supplies for boats including provisions and provide pump-out facilities for canal boat toilets.
The butcher, chandler and haberdasher were all nearby, as they'd all been able to afford farms near to the railway.
I buy this from my local corn chandler at *10 per 20Kg sack.
The son of a tallow chandler , Collins was 14 when he arrived in Salisbury - a small town bounded by the river running alongside its High Street on its west side and Culver Street to the east.