The woolpack and Fleece were, of course, the signs of inns frequented by the merchants who came to buy wool.
There was just a chance that it was the woolpack Sand that she was on.
Crest: A woolpack charged with a ram couchant all proper, ducally crowned azure.
They both have their feet on woolpacks, and on the son's woolpack is his merchant's mark.
You may imagine that the meeting of the Club at the woolpack that evening was unusually lively.
Mrs. Tolhurst got it from Peter Crouch, who had it from the woolpack yesterday.
"He ain't twenty-one till Michaelmas," said Vine at the woolpack.
It began to be noticed at the woolpack that Joanna was losing heart.
Her curiosity was soon satisfied, though she was at a disadvantage in having no male to bring her news from the woolpack.
For several days those black cushions were the talk of the woolpack bar and every farm.