- a female touter at a bonnet shop. In Northamptonshire, the cutter out in a shoemaking establishment. In the _Dictionary of the Terms, Ancient and Modern, of the Canting Crew_, Lond. n. d. (but prior to 1700), the CLICKER is described as “the shoemaker’s journeyman or servant, that cutts out all the work, and stands at or walks before the door, and saies—‘What d’ye lack, sir? what d’ye buy, madam?’” In a printing-office, a man who makes up the pages, and who takes work and receives money for himself and companions.
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