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" ... barbers, courtesans, and parasites, making so much noise, and, in a word, such an intolerable tumultuous jumble of horse and foot, that you imagine the great abyss hath opened, and that hell hath poured forth all its inhabitants. "
Lives of the queens of England, from the Norman conquest. By A. [and E ... - Página 329
de Agnes Strickland - 1840
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The History and Antiquities of the Borough of Lyme Regis and Charmouth

George Roberts - 1834 - 336 páginas
...overturning carriages ; players, .... gamesters, cooks, confectioners, mimics, dancers, barbers, pimps, and parasites, making so much noise, and in a word,...great abyss hath opened, and that hell hath poured out all its inhabitants." P. Blesens, epistle 14. The king's letter is here inserted as a local composition,...
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B.C. 55-A.D. 1603

1845
...ко, appears to have been introduced into Britain :> r. the same time with family-surnames, and by much noise, and, in a word, such an intolerable tumultuous...that you imagine the great abyss hath opened, and tbat hell hath poured out all its inhabitants." The custom of covering up their lires about sunset...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest, Volumen 1

Agnes Strickland - 1848
...William on his tragedy of Flaura and Marcus, played before the queen. This William was an abbot, but was master of the revels or amusements at court; he...amusing author, of king Henry himself, would lead us to suppose that he countenanced no such riotous doings. The chaplain Peter2 thus minutely describes...
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The whistler at the plough. Also, 'Free trade and the League'.

Alexander Somerville - 1853
...overturning carriages; players, whores, gamesters, confectioners, mimics, tailors, barbers, pimps, and parasites, making so much noise, and, in a word, such an intolerable tumult of horse and foot, that you imagine the great abyss hath opened, and that hell hath poured out...
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The history of court fools

John Doran - 1858
...horses, carriages overturning carriages, players, gamesters, cooks, confectioners, morris-dancers, barbers, courtesans, and parasites, making so much...that hell hath poured forth all its inhabitants." The court of Henry's consort, Eleanor of gay Guienne, was a not less joyous one than her husband's...
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest: With ..., Volumen 1

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - 1864 - 358 páginas
...William on his tragedy of Flaura and Marcus, played before the queen. This William was an abbot, but was master of the revels or amusements at court; he...amusing author, of king Henry himself, would lead us to suppose that he countenanced no such riotous doings. The chaplain Peter thus minutely describes...
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Richard II

Jacob Abbott - 1901 - 336 páginas
...overturning carriages, players, gamesters, cooks, confectioners, morrice-dancers, barbers, courtezans, and parasites — making so much noise, and, in a...intolerable tumultuous jumble of horse and foot, that you can imagine the great abyss hath opened and poured forth all its inhabitants." It was about three years...
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Richard I

Jacob Abbott - 1901 - 336 páginas
...players, gamesters, cooks, confectioners, morrice-dancers, barbers, courtezans, and parasites—making so much noise, and, in a word, such an intolerable tumultuous jumble of horse and foot, that you can imagine the great abyss hath opened and poured forth all its inhabitants." It was about three years...
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The Pageant of London, Volumen 1

Richard Davey - 1906
...against horse, carriage overturning carriage, players, gamesters, cooks, confectioners, morrice dancers, barbers, courtesans, and parasites, making so much...imagine the great abyss hath opened and that Hell itself had poured forth all its inhabitants." King Henry n. brought with him to this country quite...
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Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest, Volumen 1

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - 1851
...horses, carriages overturning carriages, players, gamesters, cooks, confectioners, morris-dancers, barbers, courtesans, and parasites, making so much...most amusing author of king Henry himself, would lead us to suppose that he countenanced no such riotous doings. The chaplain Peter1 thus minutely describes...
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