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" To come closer to the sence of this Proverb, I conceive it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by forraigners as a note of disgrace on all the English, though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this Day. "
The Poetical Works of John Skelton - Page 187
by John Skelton - 1856 - 453 pages
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Illustrations of Sterne: With Other Essays and Verses. By John Ferriar ... ...

John Ferriar - Antiques & Collectibles - 1798 - 314 pages
...Augustine seems to have gained currency in early times, as we learn from a passage in Fuller's Worthies. " When there happened in Palestine a difference betwixt...Saint Lewis king of France, and our William Longspee, Earl of Salisbury, heare how the Frenchman insulted our nation. Matthew Paris, AD 1250, p. 790. O timidorum...
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A Compleat Collection of English Proverbs: Also the Most Celebrated Proverbs ...

English language - 1817 - 308 pages
...it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners аэ a note of disgrace on all Englishmen, though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this day. What the original or occasion of it at first waa is hard to say; whether from wearing a poach or bag,...
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The Canterbury Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1

William Mudford - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1834
...it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all Englishmen, though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this day." A different, and I hope the reader will think a much more probable, account of this deserved punishment...
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The history of the worthies of England, Volume 2

Thomas Fuller - England - 1840
...to the sense of this proverb, I conceive it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all the English, though it...happened in Palestine a difference betwixt Robert brother to Saint Lewis king of France and our William Longspee earl of Salisbury, hear how the Frenchman insulted...
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The history of the worthies of England, Volume 2

Thomas Fuller - England - 1840
...to the sense of this proverb, I conceive it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all the English, though it...happened in Palestine a difference betwixt Robert brother to Saint Lewis king of France and our William Longspee earl of Salisbury, hear how the Frenchman insulted...
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The poetical works of John Skelton: with notes, and some account ..., Volume 2

John Skelton - Poetry - 1843
...habere breueis." Anglicce Descriptionis compendium, Per Gulielmum Paradinum Cuyselliensem, 1545. p. 09. mistaken who first found this Proverb on a Miracle...caudatorum formidolositas ! quam beatus, quam mundus praesens foret exercitus, si a caudis purgaretur et caudatis. O the cowardlinessofthese fearful Long-tails...
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A Glossary of Surrey Words: (A Supplement to |.), Issue 12

Granville William Gresham Leveson Gower - English language - 1876 - 46 pages
...it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all Englishmen, though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this day. What the original or occasion of it at first was, is hard to say ; whether from wearing a pouch, or...
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Original Glossaries: And Glossaries with Fresh Additions. II. Cleveland ...

Walter William Skeat - English language - 1876 - 149 pages
...it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all Englishmen, though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this day. What the original or occasion of it at first was, is hard to say ; whether from wearing a pouch or...
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English Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases: Collected from the Most Authentic ...

Proverbs, English - 1882 - 532 pages
...it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all Englishmen ; though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this day. What the original or occasion of it at first was, is hard to say ; whether from wearing a pouch or...
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A Hand-book of Proverbs: Comprising an Entire Republication of Ray's ...

Henry George Bohn, John Ray - Proverbs - 1899 - 583 pages
...it first of outlandish extraction, and cast by foreigners as a note of disgrace on all Englishmen ; though it chanceth to stick only on the Kentish at this day. What the original or occasion of it at first was, is hard to say ; whether from wearing a pouch or...
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