It was a bookseller's and stationer's shop; the only one worthy of the name at Seacove.
The envelope and the wax he had procured at a stationer's near the South Station.
Both Mr. Denham and himself as well as the stationer knew that Riddlesden was a knave.
At last we passed a stationer's, and it occurred to me that I might as well buy some paper.
My wife's brother, Mr. Christopher Plaskwith, is a bookseller and stationer with pretty practice, in R——.
Indeed it is this very custom that gave rise to the term 'stationer.'
The servant shall take it to the stationer's to be put into the Times.
After a second or two she gave the number of a stationer's shop in the Avenue Mosart—.
We reached Blandford Street, and after a little looking about he paused before a stationer's shop, and then went in.
Tryphon the stationer complains they are seldom asked for in his shop.
"bookdealer, seller of books and paper," early 14c. (late 13c. as a surname), from Medieval Latin stationarius "stationary seller," from Latin stationem (nominative statio) "station" (see station).