Clothworkers' Company
   Formed by the incorporation of the Shearmen and Fullers into one art or mystery to be called the Clothworkers, 19 H. VIII. (Herbert, II. p. 651).
   Possess ordinances of their own Company and of the Shearmen and Fullers (ib.).
   Samuel Pepys was Master, 1677 (ib. 662).
   The ordinances of the Shearmen, 1452, are preserved in the Court of the Commissory of London (Trans. L. and M. Arch. Soc. IV. pp. 2 and 8), and set out, ib. p. 35.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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