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" Why, how now, Wise!' quoth the king. 'What! — hast thou lice here ? ' ' An', if it like your majestie/ quoth Sir William, ' a louse is a rich coat ; for by giving the louse I part arms with the French king, in that he giveth the flour-de-lice. "
Col. John Wise of England and Virginia (1617-1695): His Ancestors and ... - Page 18
by Jennings Cropper Wise - 1918 - 352 pages
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Heraldic anomalies [by E.Nares].

Edward Nares - 1824
...powdred eremites engrayl'd in the seale, why how now Wise, quoth the King, What ? hast thou lise here ? and if it like your Majestie, quoth Sir William, a...louse is a rich coate, for by giving the louse, I part armes with the French King, in that he giveth the jtoure de lice. Whereat the King heartily laugh'd,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 101

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1831
...Ermine,) Why, how now, Wise (quoth the King), what, hast thou lise here ? And if H lile your Majestic, (quoth Sir William) a louse is a rich coate, for by giving the louse, I part urines with the French King, in that he giveth the flowre de lice. Whereat the King heartily laughed...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 10

1833
...having powdered eremites on the seale, Why how now, Wise, quoth the king, what! hast thou lice here 1 And, if it like your majestie, quoth Sir William, a louse is a rich coate ; for, by giving the lmise, I part names with the French Kin?, in that he giveth the /fourc de Нее. Whereat the king...
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Historical Memoirs of the House of Russell: From the Times of the ..., Volume 1

Jeremiah Holmes Wiffen - 1833 - 604 pages
...eremites thereon, to seale a letter, ' Why, how now, Wyse !' quoth the kynge, what hast thou Use here?' ' And if it like your majestie,' quoth Sir William, ' a louse is a rich coate ; for by giving it, I part armes with the French kynge, in that he giveth thejlowre de lice.' Whereat the king heartily...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 10

1833
...seale, Why how now, Wise, quoth the king, what! hast thou lice here ? And, if it like your majestic;, quoth Sir William, a louse is a rich coate ; for, by giving the louse, I part names with the French Kin?, in that he giveth the./?our« ''" ''««• Whereat the king laughed heartily...
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A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ..., Volume 1

John Burke - Heraldry - 1835
...having powdered eremites on the seale, why how now, Wise, quoth the king, what, hast thou lice here ? And if it like your majestie, quoth Sir William, a...louse is a rich coate, for by giving the louse, I part names with the French king, in that he giveth the floure de lice. Whereat the king laughed heartily...
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Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Volume 37

Languages, Modern - 1865
...powdred erinuts ingrailed in the seale; Why how now Wise (quoth the king) what, hast thou lice here? And if it like your majestie, quoth sir William, a louse is a rieh cote, for by giving the louse, I part armes with the French king, in that he giveth tlie floure...
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Shakespeare Illustrated by Old Authors, Part 1

William Lowes Rushton - 1867
...powdred erimits ingrailed in the scale, Why, how now, Wise (quoth the king), what, hast thou lice here ? And if it like your majestie, quoth Sir William, a louse is a rich cote, for by giving the louse, I part armes with the French King, in that he giveth the floure de lice....
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The Rosicrucians, Their Rites and Mysteries; with Chapters on the Ancient ...

1870
...hast thou lice here ?' ' An, if it like your majestic,' quoth Sir William, ' a louse is a rich coat ; for by giving the louse I part arms with the French king, in that he giveth the flour-de-lice.' Whereat the king heartily laugh'd, to hear how prettily so byting a taunt (namely,...
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The Rosicrucians, Their Rites and Mysteries with Chapters on the Ancient ...

Rosicrucians - 1879 - 372 pages
...that he did so also. "'Why, how now, Wise!' quoth the king. 'What! — hast thou lice here ? ' ' An', if it like your majestie/ quoth Sir William, ' a louse is a rich coat ; for by giving the louse I part arms with the French king, in that he giveth the flour-de-lice.'...
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