Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 14 on ... or Robyn Hodes men, wherof the Quene, the Ladies, and al other there, were abashed,....  
" ... or Robyn Hodes men, wherof the Quene, the Ladies, and al other there, were abashed, as well for the straunge sight, as also for their sodain commyng, and after certayn... "
The Poetical Works of John Skelton - Page 39
by John Skelton - 1856
Full view - About this book

Pierce Egan's Book of sports, and mirror of life

Pierce Egan - 1832
...being there, his grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the number of twelve, came sodainly in a mornyng into the quenes chambre, all appareled in short cotes of Kentish kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, every one of them...
Full view - About this book

Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: Embracing the Turf, the ...

Pierce Egan - Sports - 1832 - 414 pages
...being there, his grace, therles of Essex, VV iishire, and other noble menne, to the number of twelve, came sodainly in a mornyng into the quenes chambre, all appareled in short cotes of Kentish kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, every one of them...
Full view - About this book

Jyl of Breyntfords Testament

Robert Copland, Geoffrey Chaucer, George Gascoigne, Robert Laneham - English literature - 1871 - 155 pages
...beyng there, his grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the number of twelue, came sodainly in a mornyng into the Quenes Chambre,...all appareled in shorte cotes of Kentishe Kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, euery one of them his bowe and arrowes, aud a sworde...
Full view - About this book

Robin Hood: A Collection of Poems, Songs, and Ballads Relative to that ...

Joseph Ritson - Robin Hood (Legendary character) - 1884 - 444 pages
...being there, his grace, jx^ therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the numbre of twelve, came sodainly in a mornyng into the quenes chambre, ' all appareled in short cotes of Kentish Kendal, with hodes on , /•* their heddes, and hosen of the same, every one...
Full view - About this book

Captain Cox, His Ballads and Books: Or, Robert Laneham's Letter : Whearin ...

Robert Laneham - Complaynt of Scotland - 1890 - 87 pages
...bis grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the number of twelue, came sodaiuly in a mornyng into the Quenes Chambre, all appareled in shorte cotes of Kentishe Kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, euery one of them his bowe and arrowes, and a sworde...
Full view - About this book

Die englischen Maskenspiele, Volume 15

Rudolf Brotanek - Masques - 1902 - 371 pages
...überraschte : „. . . his grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the numbre of twelue, came sodainly in a mornyng, into the Quenes Chambre,...all appareled in shorte cotes, of Kentishe Kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen oj thesame, euery one of theim, his bowe and arrowes, and a sworde...
Full view - About this book

Henry VIII, Volume 1

Edward Hall - Great Britain - 1904
...beyng there, his grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the numbre of twelve, came sodainly in a mornyng, into the Quenes Chambre,...all appareled in shorte cotes, of Kentishe Kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, every one of theim, his bowe and arrowes, and a...
Full view - About this book

Henry VIII, Volume 1

Edward Hall - Great Britain - 1904
...beyng there, his grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the numbre of twelve, came sodainly in a mornyng, into the Quenes Chambre,...all appareled in shorte cotes, of Kentishe Kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, every one of theim, his bowe and arrowes, and a...
Full view - About this book

Robert Laneham's Letter: Describing a Part of the Entertainment Unto Queen ...

Robert Laneham - Complaynt of Scotland - 1907 - 87 pages
...beyng there, his grace, therles of Essex, Wilshire, and other noble menne, to the number of twelue, came sodainly in a mornyng into the Quenes Chambre, all appareled in shorte cotes of Kentishe Keudal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, euery one of them his bowe and arrowes,...
Full view - About this book

Music & Poetry in the Early Tudor Court

John E. Stevens - English poetry - 1981 - 483 pages
...is Halle's account of how in 1510, Henry and his courtiers dressed up as Robin Hood and his men and came sodainly in a mornyng, into the Quenes Chambre,...all appareled in shorte cotes, of Kentishe Kendal, with hodes on their heddes, and hosen of the same, every one of theim, his bowe and arrowes, and a...
Limited preview - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF