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" It shall be covered with velvet red, And cloths of fine gold all about your head, With damask white and azure blue, Well diapered with lilies new. Your pommels shall be ended with gold, Your chains enamelled many a fold, Your mantle of rich degree, Purple... "
English Pleasure Carriages: Their Origin, History, Varieties, Materials ... - Page 31
by William Bridges Adams - 1837 - 315 pages
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Specimens of the early English poets: to which is prefixed, an Historical ...

George Ellis - Poetry - 1811
...fare, " And ride, my daughter, in a chare ; ' " It shall be cover'd with velvet red, " And clothes of fine gold all about your head, " With damask white, and azure blue, " Well diaper* d * with lilies new. " Your pomelles } shall be ended with gold, " Your chains enamell'd, many...
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Some Remarks on the Early Use of Carriages in England, Volume 20

James Heywood Markland, Thomas Amyot - Carriages and carts - 1824 - 36 pages
...hunting fare, And ride, ray daughter, in a chare; It shall be cover'd with velvet red, And clothes of fine gold all about your head, With damask white, and azure blue, Well diaper'd with lilies new— Your pomelles shall be ended with gold. Your chains enamell'd many a fold;...
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The History of Chivalry Or Knighthood and Its Times, Volume 1

Charles Mills - Chivalry - 1825
...the King of Hungary says, " To-morrow ye shall on hunting fare, And ride, my daughter, in a chair,* It shall be covered with velvet red, And cloths of...Your pomelles shall be ended with gold, Your chains enameled many a fold ; Your mantle of rich degree, Purple pall and ermine fre. Jennets of Spain that...
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The History of Chivalry: Or, Knighthood and Its Times, Volume 1

Charles Mills - Chivalry - 1825
...the King of Hungary says, " To-morrow ye shall on hunting fare, And ride, my daughter, in a chair,* It shall be covered with velvet red, And cloths of...Your pomelles shall be ended with gold, Your chains enameled many a fold ; Your mantle of rich degree, Purple pall and ermine fre. Jennets of Spain that...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 27

Industrial arts - 1837
...was not far behind in the possession of the ' chare,' we have testimony, and that of an interresting kind, as it has thrown some light upon a part of the...many a fold."' " These pomelles* were doubtless the * Pomelle— probAbly a diminution of pomme, IUtJe apple — referring to the small runnel knob by...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 5

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1833
...shall on hunting fare And ride, my daughter, ш a chare. Jt shall be cover'd with velvet red, And cloth of fine gold all about your head, With damask white and azure blue Well diaper*d with lilies new." Chaucer himself describee a chare as " With gold wrought and pierrie." When...
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History of British Costume

James Robinson Planché - Clothing and dress - 1834 - 376 pages
...yn hunting fare, And yede my daughter in a chare ; Yt shall be covered with velvet red, And clothes of fine gold all about your head; With damask white and azure blewe Well diappered with Tillies uew; Your mantle of ryche degree, Purple pall and ermyne free." The...
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The young lady's equestrian manual

Young lady - 1838
...white, Trapped to the ground with velvet bright." '.' It shall be covered with velvet red, And clothes of fine gold all about your head ; With damask white and azure blue, Well diapered with lilies blue." However richly ornamented, the careta, char, or chare— and there is little, if any, doubt,...
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Cyclopædia of English literature, Volume 1

Robert Chambers - 1843
...usages of ancient times."] To-morrow ye shall in hunting fare $ And ycde,3 my doughter, in a chair ; 3 mWO y7} ~Dk(?t 7 7 ) M CA4epBW # Yq͂ a" D T֪| ) ~ = D= dY5 dama»k white and azure blue, Well diapered4 with lilies new. Your pommels shall be ended with gold,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 41

1843
...velret red, And cloths of fine gold all about youre head, With damask white and azure bine Well drapered with lilies new ; . . Your pomelles shall be ended...Your chains enamelled many a fold." . - • These " pornelles," says Mr Adams, to whose careful researches on these subjects we are indebted for many...
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