\pˈɛdləz], \pˈɛdləz], \p_ˈɛ_d_l_ə_z]\
Definitions of PEDDLERS
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Itinerant traders; persons who sell small wares, which they carry with them in traveling about from place to place. In re Wilson. 19 D. C. 341, 12 L. It. A. t',24 ; Com. v. Farnum, 114 Mass. 270: Hall v. State, 39 Fla. 037, 23 South. 119; Gratl'ty v. Rushville, 107 Ind. 502, 8 N. E. 009, 57 Am. Rep. 128; In re Pringle, 07 Kan. 304, 72 Pac. S04. Persons, except those peddling newspapers. Bibles, or religious tracts, who sell, or offer to sell, at retail, goods, wares, or other commodities, traveling from place to place, In the street, or through different parts of the country. 12 U. S. St. at Large, p. 458,
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