1) Wool taken from the skin of a dead sheep.

1524 where as our graunt ... is but wolle and wolle fells that ther be haddyd thereunto in the seid newe charter sherlyng and morlyng skynnes, York. The wording of this request repeats that of an Act of 1448, except that there the word 'shorling' was used. This is defined in the OED as the skin of a recently shorn sheep, not a shearling.

places York
dates 1524

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