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" ... faine to stand as close to the hedge, whilest the carts passed by, the which at that time being in number aboue two hundred, was neere hand an hour ere the King could get roome to be gone : so that by his long stay, he began to be displeased, although... "
The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde - Page 64
by Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
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Ancient English Fictions, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...to others, and still they answered, Old Coles. And it is to be remembred, that the king met them m such a place so narrow and streight, that hee with...carts in the Country to cary his cloth. And how if he hane (quoth one of the Wainmen) doth that grieue you good sir ? Yes, good sir, said our King, what...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...they.) Then by and by the King asked another saying : Whose cloth is all this ? Old Coles, quoth hee : and againe anon after he asked the same questions...you to that ? The fellow seeing the King (in asking the question) to bend his browes, though he knew not what he was, yet being abasht, he answered thus...
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Early English Prose Romances: Robert the Deuyll. Thomas a Reading. Frier ...

William John Thoms - English prose literature - 1858
...they.) Then by and by the King asked another saying : Whose cloth is all this ? Old Coles, quoth hee : and againe anon after he asked the same questions...one of the Wainmen) doth that grieue you good sir ? Tes, good sir, said our King, what say you to that ? The fellow seeing the King (in asking the question)...
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Early English Prose Romances: With Bibliographical and Historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...remembred, that the king met them in such a place so narrow and streight, that hee with the rest of bis traine, were faine to stand as close to the hedge,...cary his cloth. And how if he haue (quoth one of the Waininen) doth that grieue you good sir ? Tes, good sir, said our King, what say you to that ? The...
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Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences

Birds, Fossil - 1915 - 109 pages
..."whilestthe Carts passed by, the which at that Time being in Number aboue Two Hundred," so many that he "thought Old Cole had got a Commission for all the Carts in the Country to carry his cloth."4 Pack-horse trains and wagon trains composed the transportation facilities of the...
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An Industrial History of the American People

Joseph Roswell Hawley Moore - Industries - 1913 - 496 pages
...number aboue two hundred, was neere hand an hour ere the King could get roome to be gone: so that by long stay, he began to be displeased, although the...you to that ? The fellow seeing the King, (in asking the question) to bend his browes, though he knew not what he was, yet being abasht, he answered thus...
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