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In Burns' epistle to "James Tennant of Glenconner" Tennant is mentioned as "wabster Charlie" (Scots language: weaver). This referring to the occupation on which Tennant had embarked, namely silk weaving, being apprenticed at the village of Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire. — “Charles Tennant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Juit is ane o the maist affuirdable naitural feebres an is seicont anerly tae cotton in amoont produced an kynd o uises. industry boomed ("juit wabster" wis a recognised tred occupation in the 1901 UK census), but this tred haed. — “Juit - Wikipedia”, sco.wikipedia.org
This is a collaborative effort to create, maintain, and improve alphabetical indexes on Wikipedia. of a musical instrument similar to a harpsichord VULCAN - blacksmith WABSTER - weaver. — “Talk:List of occupations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org