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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 10 haulle To see one walk iu a robe of scarlet, Twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down....
" To see one walk iu a robe of scarlet, Twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down On the ground, and the... "
Social England: A Record of the Progress of the People in Religion, Laws ... - Sivu 594
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History of British costume [by J.R. Planché].

James Robinson Planché - 1834
...reader. After a few introductory lines, he says, — " But this methinketh an abusion, To see one walk in a robe of scarlet, Twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down On the ground, and the furrur thereon set, Amounting unto twenty pounds or bett (better); And if he for it paid, hath he no...

Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages, Nide 1

Henry Shaw - 1843
...convenient receptacle for stolen goods. One of the " abusions" condemned by the poet Occleve was, — с — "a robe of scarlet Twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down On the ground, and the furrure thereon set Amounting unto twenty pounds or bet." For which, as he said, if the wearer paid,...

British Costume: A Complete History of the Dress of the Inhabitants of the ...

James Robinson Planché - 1846 - 376 sivua
...reader. After a few introductory lines, he says, — " But this methinketh an abusion, To see one walk in a robe of scarlet, Twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down On the ground, and the furrur thereon set. Amounting unto twenty pounds or belt (better); And if he for it paid, hath he no...

Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Until the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1860 - 607 sivua
...he considers to be their only utility, in the words — " Now have these lords little need of brooms To sweep away the filth out of the street, Since side* sleeves of pennyless grooms Will it up lick, be it dry or wet." These literary gentlemen of the middle ages at...

English Writers, Nide 2,Osa 1

Henry Morley - 1867
...fit for worthy men. but it is ill with men who, if they pay for it, spend all they have upon a gown of scarlet twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down on the ground, and the fur set therein worth twenty pounds or more. There is no telling from afar, by their dress, a lord...

English Writers. V.1, Pts. 1-2; 2, Nide 2,Numero 1

Henry Morley - 1867
...fit for worthy men, but it is ill with men who, if they pay for it, spend all they have upon a gown of scarlet twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down on the ground, and the fur set therein worth twenty pounds or more. There is no telling from afar, by their dress, a lord...

a cyclopedia of costume or dictionary of dress

james robinson planche - 1876
...do, And somewhat more, his sleeves up to hold. ****** " Now have these lords little need of brooms To sweep away the filth out of the street, Since side...penniless grooms Will up it lick, be it dry or wet." Every illumination of this date testifies to the truth of this description. ( Vide engraving next page,...

Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged ..., Nide 4

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...fit for worthy men, but it is ill with men who, if they pay for it, spend all they have upon a gown of scarlet twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down on the ground, and the fur set therein worth twenty pounds or more. There is no telling from afar, by their dress, a lord...

Social England: From the accession of Edward the First to the death of Henry ...

Henry Duff Traill, James Saumarez Mann - 1903
...had a peculiarly favourable field. Says Occleve : But this methinketh aii abusion, To see one walk in a robe of scarlet, Twelve yards wide, with pendant...lords little need of besoms To sweep away the filth ont of the street, Since side sleeves of penniless grooms Will up it lick, be it dry or wet. The shapes...

England in the Later Middle Ages

Derek Baker - 1995 - 272 sivua
...Historical Interpretation (1965), p. 138 But this me thinketh an abusion, To see one walk in gowns of scarlet, Twelve yards wide, with pendant sleeves down On the ground, and the rich fur therein set. Amounting to twenty pound or better; And if he for it have paid, he no good Hath...
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