Confectioner, Blacksmith, Shoemaker, Button-maker
Sadler, Porter, Box-maker, Soap-boiler


Footnotes

  1. A Bartholemew Fair ballad

    Bartholomew Fair was held each year on the outskirts of London. People of all classes and occupations gathered there for business and pleasure. This ballad celebrates their variety. Listen to the ballad:

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    Room for company, here comes good fellows,
    Room for company in Bartholomew Fair.
    Cobblers and broom-men, jailers and loom-men,
    Botchers [tailors who did repairs] and tailors, shipwrights and sailors,
    Paviers, bricklayers, potters and brickmakers,
    Pinners [pin-makers] and pewterers, plummers and fruiterers
    Room for company, well may they fare.

    Pointers [lace-makers] and hosiers, sailmen and clothiers,
    Horse-coursers [horse-dealers], carriers, blacksmiths and farriers,
    Colliers [coal miners] and carvers, barbers and weavers,
    Sergeants and yeomen, farmers and ploughmen,
    Room for company, well may they fare.

    Bellfounders, fellmongers [dealers in hides],
    Pumpmakers, glassmakers, chamberlains and matmakers,
    Collarmakers, needlemakers, buttonmakers, fiddlemakers,
    Fletchers [arrow makers] and bowyers, drawers and sawyers,
    Room for company, well may they fare.

    Cutpurses and cheaters, and bawdy-house door-keepers,
    Punks, ay, and panders, and cashier'd commanders,
    Room for company, ill may they fare.
    Room for company, here comes good fellows,
    Room for company, well may they fare.