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" ... both of men and children. I have seen the King suddenly come in thither in a mask, with a dozen of other maskers, all in garments like shepherds, made of fine cloth of gold and fine crimson satin... "
The life of Cardinal Wolsey: and Metrical visions from the original ... - Page 50
by George Cavendish - 1825
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The Works of William Shakespeare, Volume 8

William Shakespeare, Edward Dowden - 1890
...garments like shepherds, made of Due cloth of gold, and One crimson satin paned, and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy, their hairs and beards either of fine gold wires or else of •liver, aud some being of black silk; having sixteen torchbearers, besides their...
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The works of William Shakespeare, Volume 8

William Shakespeare, Edward Dowden - 1890
...the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy, their hairs and beards either of fine gold wires or else of silver, and some being of black silk; having sixteen torchbearers, besides their drums, and other persons attending upon them, with visors, and clothed...
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History of King Henry the Eighth

William Shakespeare - 1891 - 217 pages
...garments like shepherds, made of fine cloth of gold, and fine crimson satin paned,t and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy,{ their...silver, and some being of black silk ; having sixteen torch-bearers, besides their drums, and other persons attending upon them, with visors, and clothed...
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English prose: selections

Sir Henry Craik - English prose literature - 1893
...garments like shepherds, made of fine cloth of gold and fine crimson satin paned, and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy ; their...silver, and some being of black silk ; having sixteen torchbearers, beside their drums, and other persons attending upon them, with visors, and clothed all...
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The Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopædia of Universal Authorship ...

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon - Literature - 1893
...garments like shepherds, made of fine cloth of gold, and fine crimson satin paned, and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy ; their hairs and beards either of fine cold wire, or else of silver, and some being of black silk ; having sixteen torch-bearers ; besides...
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Hampton Court

William Holden Hutton - Hampton Court (S.C.). - 1897 - 244 pages
...n*r^2 " ^ " i ^^c1^- — w / >^ _/:. iv^ f=rir=jJ / FESTIVITIES 37 satin paned, and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy ; their hairs and beards either of fine gold wire or of silver, or else of good black silk; having sixteen torch-bearers, beside three drums, and other...
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Shakespeare's History of King Henry the Eighth

William Shakespeare - 1899 - 217 pages
...gold, and fine crimson satin paned,t and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy.t their hairs and beards either of fine gold wire or...silver, and some being of black silk ; having sixteen torch-bearers, besides their drums, and other persons attending upon them, with visors, and clothed...
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Stories of the streets of London

Henry Barton Baker - London (England) - 1899 - 426 pages
...shepherds, made of fine cloth of gold, and fine crimson satin paned, and caps of the same ; their hair and beards either of fine gold wire or else of silver, and some being of black silk ; having sixteen torchbearers, besides their drums, and other persons attending upon them with visors, and clothed all...
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The Old Royal Palace of Whitehall

Edgar Sheppard - London (England) - 1902 - 415 pages
.... . and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy, their hairs and beards either fine gold wire or else of silver, and some being of...visors, and clothed all in satin of the same colours.' Whitehall was the scene of Wolsey's triumphs ; it was also the scene where he bade adieu to ' all his...
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The Old Royal Palace of Whitehall

Edgar Sheppard - London (England) - 1902 - 415 pages
...garments like shepherds, made of fine cloth-of-gold and fine crimson satin . . . and caps of the same, with visors of good proportion of visnomy, their hairs and beards either fine gold wire or else of silver, and some being of black silk ; having sixteen torch bearers, besides...
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