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" A fat chuff it was, I remember, with a grey beard cut short to the stumps as though it were grimed, and a huge, wormeaten nose like a cluster of grapes hanging downwards. "
Pappe with an hatchet ... or ... a sound boxe of the eare, for the idiot ... - Page 45
by Double V (pseud.) - 1844
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King Richard II. King Henry IV, part 1. King Henry IV, part 2. Henry V

William Shakespeare, Samuel Weller Singer, Charles Symmons - 1826
...coarse cloth ; so called because such a forehead-cloth was worn by the Beguines, an order of nans. ' Upon his head he wore a filthy coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps.' Nash, speaking of a miser in his Pierce Penniless. 20 ie circle; probably from the old...
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The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: Richard II. Henry IV, pt. 1-2 ...

William Shakespeare, Samuel Weller Singer, Edmond Malone, Charles Symmons - 1826
...cloth ; so called because such a forehead-cloth was worn by the Begnines, an order of nuns. ' Upon bis head he wore a filthy coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps.' Nash, speaking of a miser in his Pierce Penniless. 90 ie circle; probably from the old...
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Pierce Penniless's supplication to the Devil

Thomas Nash - Performing Arts - 1842 - 108 pages
...shoemaker's wallet, and a short thrid-bare gown on his. backe, fac't with moath-eaten budge : vpon his head he wore a filthy, coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps, with a sage butten cap of the forme of a cow sheard, ouerspred verie orderly: a fat chuffe...
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Pierce Penniless's Supplication to the Devil, Issue 12

Thomas Nash - England - 1842 - 108 pages
...a shoomaker's wallet, and a short thrid-bare gown on his backe, fac't with moath-eaten budge : vpon his head he wore a filthy, coarse biggin, and next it. a garnish of night-caps, with a sage butten cap of the forme of a cow sheard, ouerspred verie orderly : a fat chuffe...
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Publications, Volume 12

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1842
...a shoomaker's wallet, and a short thrid-bare gown on his backe, fac't with moath-eaten budge : vpon his head he wore a filthy, coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps, with a sage butten cap of the forme of a cow sheard, ouerspred verie orderly: a fat chuffe...
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Pierce Penniless's supplication to the Devil, with an intr. and notes by J.P ...

Thomas Nash - 1842 - 108 pages
...a shoemaker's wallet, and a short thrid-bare gown on his backe, fac't with moath-eaten budge : vpon his head he wore a filthy, coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps, with a sage butten cap of the forme of a cow sheard, ouerspred verie orderly : a fat chufFe...
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Pap with a Hatchet: Being a Reply to Martin Mar-prelate : Re-printed from ...

Marprelate controversy - 1844 - 52 pages
...hard yron to preserve his health."—LYLY'S Euphues, N4.6. See also Scot's Philomythie, 1616. P. 16,1. 14. biggin.] A. sort of cap. " Upon his head he wore...have been a frequent winter evenings amusement. P. 18,1. 1. bable."] the same as bauble. they call that dale wherein they are not lambeaked before night."—Discovery...
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Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Till the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - Clothing and dress - 1846 - 618 pages
...her head." The usurer in Peirce Penilesse's Supplication to the Devil, 1592, is thus described : " upon his head he wore a filthy coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps, with a sage button cap." And in Jasper Mayne's City Match, 1639, is a description of "...
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Shakespeare's Plays: With His Life, Volume 1

William Shakespeare, John Payne Collier, Charles Knight - 1847
...the Béguines, an order of nuns. Nash, speaking of a miser, in his " Pierce Penniless," says : — " - night-caps.*' " — (hi* golden RIOOL" — " Rigol" (perhaps for ringol, as indeed Nash writes it)...
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Early Prose and Poetical Tracts: Illustrative of the Drama and Literature of ...

John Payne Collier, Barnabe Rich, Francis Thynne - English literature - 1853
...a shoemaker's wallet, and a short thrid-bare gown on his backe, fac't with moath-eaten budge : vpon his head he wore a filthy, coarse biggin, and next it a garnish of night-caps, with a sage butten cap of the forme of a cow sheard, ouerspred verie orderly: a fat chuffe...
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