Pui, Fraternity of the
   A brotherhood of French and English traders in London united for certain charitable purposes and the cultivation of music and poetry, the original society having apparently been formed at the city of Le Puy, the ancient capital of Velay in Auvergne (Riley's Memorials, p.42).
   The rules of the Fraternity are set out in the Liber. Cust. p.216 et seqq., and "le Feste de Pui" was to be celebrated annually in London.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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