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Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on ... the boote ; and if you note, they are carried back to back, like people surprised....
" ... the boote ; and if you note, they are carried back to back, like people surprised by pyrats, to be tyed in that miserable manner and thrown overboard into the sea. Moreover it makes people imitate... "
English Pleasure Carriages: Their Origin, History, Varieties, Materials ... - Page 48
by William Bridges Adams - 1837 - 315 pages
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Days at the Factories: Or, The Manufacturing Industry of Great Britain ...

George Dodd - Industries - 1843 - 548 pages
...chairmen, and the vituperation of Taylor the ' waterpoet,' who reviled the new-fashioned coach as a " great hypocrite, for it hath a cover for knavery, and curtains...perpetual cheater, it wears two bootes and no spurs, sometimes having two pair of legs to one boot, and oftentimes (against nature) it makes faire ladies...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 7

Christianity - 1844
...multiply." He is more successful in his direct vituperations ; when he launches out in this strain : — " The coach is a close hypocrite ; for it hath a cover...perpetual cheater, it wears two bootes and no spurs, sometimes having two pair of legs to one boote, and oftentimes (against nature) it makes faire ladies...
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Chronicles of Fashion: From the Time of Elizabeth to the Early ..., Volume 1

Elizabeth Stone - England - 1845
...there is no part of it within or without, but it is in the continual view of all men : on the contrary, the coach is a close hypocrite, for it hath a cover for any knavery, and curtains to vail or shadow any wickedness. — Moreover, it makes people imitate sea-crabs...
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Leading Pursuits and Leading Men: A Treatise on the Principal Trades and ...

Edwin Troxell Freedley - Business - 1856 - 614 pages
...and the vituperation of Taylor, the " water poet," who reviled the new fashioned coach as a " great hypocrite, for it hath a cover for knavery and curtains...oftentimes (against nature) it makes faire ladies wear the boote ; and if you note, they are carried back to back, like people surprised by pyrats, to...
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The Norwich road: an East Anglian highway

Charles George Harper - Fiction - 1901 - 323 pages
...Water Poet, was one of those who wrote vehemently against the new methods of travel. To him a coach was "a close hypocrite ; for it hath a cover for knavery...perpetual cheater, it wears two bootes, and no spurs, sometimes having two pairs of legs to one boote, and oftentimes (against nature) it makes faire ladies...
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Stage-coach and Mail in Days of Yore: A Picturesque History of the Coaching ...

Charles George Harper - Coaching - 1903
...place. It Avas this feature that gave Taylor an opportunity of comparing a coach with a hypocrite : "It is a close hypocrite, for it hath a cover for knavery...and curtains to vaile and shadow any wickedness." The first vehicle with glass windows was the private carriage of the Duke of York, in 1661, and we...
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Early Carriages and Roads

Sir Walter Gilbey - Carriages and carts - 1903 - 122 pages
...covered. * Taylor in The World Runnes on Wheeles describes the boot with picturesque vigour : — " The coach is a close hypocrite, for it hath a cover for any knavery and curtains to veil or shadow any wickedness; besides, like a perpetual cheater, it wears...
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