The Connoisseur, Volum 3

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J. T. Herbert Baily
National Magazine Company, 1902
 

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PÓgina 32 - Thomas Simon most humbly prays your Majesty to compare this his tryall piece with the Dutch, and if more truly drawn and embossed, more gracefully order'd and more accurately engraven, to releive him.
PÓgina 233 - February, 1749. He was struck with such horror on being measured for his irons, that he soon afterwards expired. "Ye three holy kings, Gaspar, Melchior, Balthasar, Pray for us now, and at the hour of death." These papers have touched the three heads of the holy kings of Cologne, they are to preserve travellers, from accidents on the road, headaches, falling sickness, fevers, witchcraft, all kinds of mischief, and sudden death.
PÓgina 169 - Anne, by the grace of God, Queen of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
PÓgina 6 - When we arrive at the end of the thirteenth and the beginning of the fourteenth century...
PÓgina 170 - Eighth, by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
PÓgina 161 - ... upon the same, not raised upon points. That the robe or mantle of a Viscountess be like that of a Baroness, only the cape powdered with two rows and a half of ermine, the edging of the mantle two inches as before, and the train a yard and a quarter ; the coronet to be according to her degree, viz., a rim or a circle with pearls thereon, sixteen in number, and not raised upon points.
PÓgina 229 - Then in Corpus Christi College was a dinner provided them, where good stomachs meeting with good cheer and welcome, no wonder if mirth followed of course. Then out comes the cup of John Goldcorne, (once alderman of the guild) made of an horn with the cover and appurtenances of silver and gilt, which he gave this company, and all must drink therein5.
PÓgina 44 - I've seen him with badges and orders all shine, Till he look'd like a house that was over insured ) A much heavier burthen of glories than thine. And 'tis plain, when a wealthy young lady so mad is, Or any young ladies can so go astray, As to marry old Dandies that might be their daddies, The stars...
PÓgina 188 - Trinity I promise three things to the Christian people and ź my subjects : first, that God's church and all Christian " people of my dominions hold true peace ; the second is that I " forbid robbery and all unrighteous things to all orders...
PÓgina 161 - That the robe or mantle of a Marchioness be as before, only the cape powdered with three rows and a half of ermine...

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