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" Paris, in 1625, he had twenty-seven suits of clothes made, the richest that embroidery, lace, silk, velvet, gold, and gems, could contribute; one of which was a white uncut velvet, set all over, both suit and cloak, with diamonds valued at fourscore thousand... "
Memoirs of the Court of King James the First - Page 136
by Lucy Aikin - 1822
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 1

William Harris - 1814
...History. " See Tindal's Notes on Itapiu, Vol. IL p. 2TC. insulted by them ; and yielding to their devalued at fourscore thousand pounds, besides a great feather...were also his sword, girdle, hat-band and spurs." This account is taken from a MS in the Harleian library, BH 90. c. 7. fol. 642. as I find it quoted...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 1

William Harris - 1814
...the CompIeat History. " SeeTindal's Notes on Rapio, insulted by them ; and .yielding: to their de-; valued at fourscore thousand pounds, besides a great...feather stuck all over with diamonds; as were also hU sword, girdle, hat-band and spurs." This account in taken from a MS in the Harleian library, BH...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volume 60

...to be manacled, fettered, and imprisoned in jewels : insomuch that at his going to Paris, in 1626, he had twentyseven suits of clothes made, the richest...over with diamonds, as were also his sword, girdle, hathand, and spurs." — pp. 226, 227. Embroidery of different Nations. — "Some Canadian women embroider...
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The Manchester iris

1823
...velvet, set all over, both suit and cloak, with diamonds, valued ut fourscore thousand pounds, beside a great feather, stuck all over with diamonds, as were also his sword girdle, hut, and spurs. When \Ъч difference in the vabe of money is considered, the sums thus ridiculously...
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john k skinner

agriculture horticulture - 1823
...t» had twenty-seven suits of clothes made, the richest that embroidery, lace, silk-velvet, silver, gold, and gems, could contribute ; one of which was...feather stuck all over with diamonds, as were also his sword-girdle, hat, and spurs." In the masques and banquets with which the Duke entertained the Court,...
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Saturday night

Saturday night - 1824
...richest that emboridery, lace, silk velvet, silver, gold, and gems, could contribute ; one of whicli •was a white uncut velvet, set all over, both suit...feather, stuck all over with diamonds, as were also his swordgirdle, hat, and spurs." In the masques and banquets with which the Duke entertained the.. Court,...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...both suit and cloak, with diamonds, valued at fourscore thousand pounds ; besides a great feather set all over with diamonds, as were, also, his sword, girdle, hat-band, and spurs.* His jewels, it appears, were tacked, purposely, very * Harl. MS. quoted by Oldys, in his Life of Raleigh,...
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - Anecdotes - 1832
...'He had twenty-seven suite of clothes made, the richest that embroidery, lace, «ilk, velvet, silver, gold, and gems could contribute ; one of which was...over with diamonds, as were also his sword, girdle, hat, and spurs.' He could also afford to have his diamonds so loosely tacked on, that when he chose...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 2

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1834
...He had twenty-seven suits of clothes made, the richest that embroidery, lace, silk, velvet, silver, gold, and gems, could contribute ; one of which was...over with diamonds, as were also his sword girdle, hat, and spurs. * In the masques and banquets with which Buckingham entertained the court, he usually...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 6

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1834
...He had twenty-seven suits of clothes made, the richest that embroidery, lace, silk, velvet, silver, gold, and gems, could contribute ; one of which was...over with diamonds, as were also his sword girdle, hat, and spurs*." In the masques and banquets with which Buckingham entertained the court, he usually...
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