What o' the woolpack?
"The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent." by Washington Irving
Jonah and Chook went to the "Woolpack" with jugs, and the company settled down to the spree.
"Jonah" by Louis Stone
They both have their feet on woolpacks, and on the son's woolpack is his merchant's mark.
"Medieval People" by Eileen Edna Power
For three nights Joanna had been the chief topic of conversation in the Woolpack bar.
"Joanna Godden" by Sheila Kaye-Smith
These are the 'woolpack clouds,' which, in summer time, throw deep shadows on the grass.
"The Boy with the U. S. Weather Men" by Francis William Rolt-Wheeler
A local superstition says the tower was builded on woolpacks.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Salisbury" by Gleeson White
Neptuneless, the ship furrowed a sea almost silent, and evening came on tranquilly among woolpacks of warm-kindled colouring.
"The Bonadventure" by Edmund Blunden
Our own products were hides and woolpacks, the produce of the tin mines, and iron from Sussex.
"Richard III: His Life & Character" by Clements R. Markham
The Woolpack in Eskdale is the nearest inn.
"Climbing in The British Isles. Vol. 1 - England" by W. P. Haskett Smith
Later it was called the Woolpack Hotel.
"Historic Shrines of America" by John T. (John Thomson) Faris
Algol and the red planet Mars had been my quarry among the floating woolpack clouds.
"Memoirs of a Midget" by Walter de la Mare