The scales and steelyard which we have given are said to have been found at the same time.
The young merchant is seated among his daily surroundings in the steelyard.
Bows, moreover, may be broken on the steelyard in the weighing of them.
Then Bridget Bolster was put into the box, and she was examined by Mr. steelyard.
On their return to court Mr. steelyard got up to examine Dockwrath, who was put into the box as the first witness.
To this she adhered firmly, and Mr. steelyard handed her over to Mr. Chaffanbrass.
There were some other Germans domiciled in England, but nowhere else were they so conspicuous or influential as at the steelyard.
Off the steelyard and at the Tower are men and horses in the water.
And the reason why he sent his ships to the South was that the trade of the North was in the hands of the steelyard.
To the steelyard came all the traffic of the Orient, all the spices of the merchant.