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From: "Dr. C. Ralph Hayes" <>
Subject: Re: [DUR-NBL] DUR-NBL Digest, Vol 2, Issue 111
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 08:28:36 -0700
That's very useful information Stan. Thank you. Have you any thoughts
about whether or not Samuel could be employed as a 'tailor' for HM
Customs? I have had one email from a subscriber who suggested that his
occupation might be 'sailor' but, on checking the three originals I have
access to, the word is clearly 'tailor'.
I appreciate your assistance.
Cheers ... Ralph
> Extra Tide-waiters were not constantly employed so he could still have
> worked as a Tailor. When extra tide-waiters were appointed and placed upon the
> list, they were liable to be called upon to act as tide-waiters whenever there
> may be occasion for their services, and they were paid by the job. They were
> bound to obey the call, and to leave any other business they may have had in
> hand at the time.
> Regards Stan Mapstone
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