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" They began first at the abbey gates, and when the first pageant was played it was wheeled to the high cross before the mayor, and so to every street; and so every street had a pageant before them at one time, till all the pageants for the day appointed... "
The Tudor drama: a history of English national drama to the retirement of ... - Page 15
by Tucker Brooke - 1911 - 461 pages
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Ancient mysteries described,: especially the English miracle plays, founded ...

William Hone - English drama - 1823 - 298 pages
...played them was in every streete. They begane first at the Ahay Gates, and when the pagiante was played, it was wheeled to the High Cross before the mayor, and so to every streete; and so every streete had a pagiante playing before them, till all the pagiantes for the daye...
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Chapters on Early English Literature

J. H. Hippisley - English literature - 1837 - 344 pages
...played them was in every streete. They begane first at the Abay gates, and when the pagiante was played, it was wheeled to the High Cross, before the mayor, and so to every streete ; and so every streete had a pagiante playing before them, till all the pagiantes for the *...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 8

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - Fiction - 1841
...played them was in every streete. They began first at the abbey gates, and, when the pageant was played, it was wheeled to the high cross before the mayor, and so to every street, so that every street had a pageante playing before them, till all the pageants for the day appointed...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine

William Tait - 1841
...before the mayor, and so to every street, so that every street had a pageante playing before them, till all the pageants for the day appointed were played ; and, when one pageante was near ended, worde was broughte, from street to street, that so they might come in place...
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Extracts from the municipal records of the city of York, during the reigns ...

York city - 1843
...played them was in every street. They began first at the Abbey gates; and when the pageant was played, it was wheeled to the High Cross before the mayor...so every street had a pageant playing before them till all the pageants for the day appointed were played ; and when one pageant was near ended, word...
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The ecclesiastical cyclopædia; or, Dictionary of Christian antiquities and ...

John Eadie - 1862
...them was in every sírcete. They begane first at the Abay Gates, and when the pagiante was played, it was wheeled to the High Cross before the mayor, and so to even* streeto; and so every streete had a pagiante playing before them, till all the pagiantes for...
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Handbook for Shropshire, Cheshire and Lancashire ...

John Murray (Firm) - Cheshire (England) - 1870 - 328 pages
...them was in every sírcete. They began first at the Abaye gates, and when the pagiante was plnyed, it was wheeled to the High Cross, before the Mayor, and so to every streck-." Giants in pasteboard were favourite objects of representation, and a curions entry is mentioned...
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The monthly magazine of the holy rosary; under the direction of ..., Volume 1

Archiconfraternitas sacratissimi rosarii beatae virginis Mariae - 1873
...last time in the year 1574. " They began first at the Abay Gates, and when the pagiante was played it was wheeled to the High Cross before the Mayor and so to every streete." There were besides, says the same MS., " scaffolds and stages made in the streetes in those...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 33

1876
...pageant was played, it was wheeled to the high cross before the mayor, and so to every street, and thus every street had a pageant playing before them at...pageants for the day appointed were played, and when one was nearly ended, word was brought from street to street, that so they might come in place thereof....
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Handbook for Shropshire and Cheshire

Cheshire (England) - 1879 - 174 pages
...played them was in every streete. They began first at the Abaye gates, and when the pagiante was played, it was wheeled to the High Cross, before the Mayor, and so to every streete." Giants in pasteboard were favourite objects of representation, and a curious entry is mentioned...
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