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" ... at three casts. Then they set to the prince's mother, the duke, the earls, and other lords, to every one a ring of gold, which they did also win. After which they were feasted, and the music sounded, the prince and lords danced on the one part with... "
A history of the county of Surrey - Page 58
by Thomas Allen - 1831
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A Survey of London

John Stow - London (England) - 1842 - 222 pages
...prinee and lords daneed on the one part with the mummers, whieh did also danee ; whieh jollity heing ended, they were again made to drink, and then departed in order as they eame. The like was in Henry IV., in the 2nd of his reign, he then keeping his Christmas at Eltham,...
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The Catholic weekly instructor

1844
...the Prince and Lords daunced on the one part with the Mummers, which did also dance; which jollitie being ended, they were again made to drink, and then departed in order as they came." " The like," he says, " was to King Henry the Fourth, in the second year of his reign, hee then keeping his...
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The Churchman's companion, Volumes 9-10

...the prince and lordes daunced on the one part with the mummers, who did also daunce ; which jollitie being ended, they were again made to drink, and then departed in order as they came. The like was to King Henry IV. in the second of his raigne, he then keeping his Christmas at Eltham ; twelve...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 1

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1849
...the prince and lords daunced on the one part with the mummers, which did also daunce ; which jolitie being ended, they were again made to drink, and then departed in order as they came. The like was to King Henry the Fourth, in the second of his raigne, hee then keeping his Christmas at Eltham...
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr ..., Volume 1

John Brand - 1849
...the prince and lords daunced on the one part with the mummers, which did also daunce; which jolitie being ended, they were again made to drink, and then departed in order as they came. The like was to King Henry the Fourth, in the second of his raigne, hee then keeping his Christmas at Eltham;...
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Titan: A Monthly Magazine..., Volume 6

James Hogg - 1851
...and lords danced on the one part with the mummers, which did also dance ; which jollitie being also ended, they were again made to drink, and then departed in order, as they came. The like,' continues Holinshed, ' was done to King Henry IV, in the second year of his reign, he then keeping...
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Christmas with the Poets: A Collection of Songs, Carols, and Descriptive ...

Carols - 1851 - 191 pages
...Games at dice were played, followed by feasting and dancing, "which jolitic Ix'ing ended, the mummers were again made to drink and then departed in order as they came." AVhile the higher classes thus disported themselves the lower orders were content with an humble imitation...
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True stories, from English history, by a mother, author of 'True stories ...

Maria Elizabeth Budden - 1852
...gold, a cup of gold, and a ring of gold, which the prince won at three casts. Then they set to the prince's mother, the duke, the earls, and other lords,...to drink, and then departed in order as they came." Amusements of this kind, called mummeries, or mummings were among the common holiday sports of people...
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Compitum, or The meeting of the ways at the Catholic church, Volume 2

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1852
...feasted, and the music sounded, the prince and lords danced on the one part with the mummers, which did also dance ; which jollity being ended, they were...to drink, and then departed in order as they came." It may be noted that the old writers, describing public diversions, disdain to record what now is held...
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Christmas with the poets, a collection of songs, carols, and verses [ed. by ...

Christmas - 1852
...Games at dice were played, followed by feasting and dancing, " which jolitie being ended, the mummers were again made to drink and then departed in order as they came." AVhile the higher classes thus disported themselves, the lower orders were content with an humble imitation...
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