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" Your worships may understand, that, because I have no safer a store-house, these pockets do serve me for a room to lay up my goods in ; and though it be a strait prison, yet it is big enough for them... "
The Quarterly Review - Página 448
editado por - 1896
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United States Magazine, Volumen3

Seba Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith - 1856
...judge that he had used no contraband article, by pouring out the contents, which consisted merely of a pair of sheets, two table-cloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush and glass, a comb and a nightcap. Another stuffed his sack with bran, and while escorting some fair...
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The St. James's Magazine, Volumen6

1863
...composed of any forbidden article, producing from the interior of his trunks merely a pair of xheets, two tablecloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a glass, a comb, and a uilrhteap ! Pieree Penniless (1592), railing at " cloake-bag breeches," says "they are bombasted...
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The freaks of fashion

Freaks - 1870
...wardrobe and linen cupboard, for from their ample recesses he drew forth the following articles — viz., a pair of sheets, two tablecloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a glass, a comb, besides nightcaps and other useful things ; his defence being — ' Your worship may understand that...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged by H. Morley

Cassell, ltd - 1883
...and little to discharge himself of that which he did wear within them. He drew out of his breeches a pair of sheets, two table-cloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a glass, a comb, and nightcaps, with other things of use, saying, ' Your lordship may understand that, because I have...
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The History and Annals of Blackley and Neighbourhood

Philip Wentworth - 1892 - 224 páginas
...Gallant," tells of a man, who, being accused of violating the law, "drew out of his slops," as a defence, " a pair of sheets, two table-cloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a glass, a comh, with nightcaps and other useful articles." And yet John De Brentford says of the inhabitants...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen184

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1896
...grogerane, And to his hippes they sate full close and trym, And laced very costly every pane ; Their lyning was of satten, as I wyn.' The upper parts finally...gallant whose immense trunk-hose was pierced without bis knowing it by a nail of a chair on which he sat ; and in paying his court to the ladies of the...
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The Quaker: A Study in Costume

Amelia Mott Gummere - 1901 - 232 páginas
...them that the stuffing was not composed of any prohibited article, inasmuch as it " contained merely a pair of sheets, two tablecloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a comb and a nightcap ! " f By the end of the eighteenth century there was a growing plainness in men's...
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Shakespeare's London

Henry Thew Stephenson - 1905 - 357 páginas
...and little to discharge himself of that which he did wear within them ; he drew out of his breeches a pair of sheets, two table-cloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a glasse, a comb, and night-caps, with other things in use, saying : ' Your lordships may understand...
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Shakespeare's London

Henry Thew Stephenson - 1905 - 357 páginas
...and little to discharge himself of that which he did wear within them ; he drew out of his breeches a pair of sheets, two table-cloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, a glasse, a comb, and night-caps, with other things in use, saying : ' Your lordships may understand...
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The England and Holland of the Pilgrims

Henry Martyn Dexter, Morton Dexter - 1905 - 673 páginas
...of Abuses, D. 8. 4 Buhver (Pedigree of Eng. Gallant. 548) says that a man took oat of his breeches a pair of sheets, two tablecloths, ten napkins, four shirts, a brush, glass and comb, with nightcaps; and Strntt (ed. 1842, it: 144, n.) says that a special gallery was...
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