When the old man had seene this great houshold and family, then was he brought into the Ware-houses, some being fild with wool, some with flockes, some with woad and madder, and some with... The history of John Winchcomb ... - Page 39by Thomas Deloney - 1859 - 125 pagesFull view
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Paul Salzman - Fiction - 1998 - 417 pages
...with broadcloths and kersies* ready dyed and dressed, beside a great number of others; some stretched on the tenters, some hanging on poles, and a great...lying wet in other places. 'Sir,'* quoth the old man, 'Iwis che zee you be bominable rich, and cham content you shall have my daughter, and God's blessing...