In the screenshot below, I have been unable to decipher the Profession, Trade or Employment of Joseph Green in the 1841 Census at St Clements, Cornwall, England. To me the first word has three letters and looks a bit like "Pre" while the second looks like "MJ". The 1841 Census Abbreviations of Occupation have M. = Manufacturer and J. = Journeyman but that seems to be an odd combination.
Has anybody seen and deciphered a similar occupation or would like to offer their thoughts on what this one is?
Class: HO107; Piece: 147; Book: 3; Civil Parish: St Clements; County: Cornwall; Enumeration District: 9; Folio: 44; Page: 1; Line: 1; GSU roll: 241269
From other information his father Francis was a Butcher/Farmer and the occupations of his brothers were: Tailor (John Soil), Painter (Francis) and Publican/Butcher (Henry) so I suspect the occupation may be somewhere within the vicinity of one of those.