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  • * British History Online *

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    Costume

    commands of Her Majesty, for the reforming of monstrous Ruffs, 1 and other disorders, he had friendly admonished Mr. Hewson, son-in-law of the Lord Chief Baron, 2 for wearing excess of Ruffs, in the open street, after Easter, against Her

    Proceedings in the Commons, 1601, November 21st - 25th, 21 November 1601-25 November 1601

    your Towns, by suffering it to infect the Air too neer them. Those that desire to go Sprucely in their Ruffs, may with less charge than Accustomed, obtain their Wish; for Starch, which hath so much been Prosecuted, shall now

    Appendix II, Descriptive list of commodities

    Disulphide of arsenic, used as a pigment. Roses, 643. Roses for headpieces, i.e . rosettes worn on caps or hats. Ruffs, 18 Rugs, 339; cradle, 212 'Russels', 259. ? Linen cloth from Roeselare (West Flanders). Rye, 772 Sack, 137; sherry,

    Journal of the House of Commons, January 1598, 11 January 1598-30 January 1598

    the same Bill, and likewise their framing of a new Bill to avoid the great excess used in wearing of Ruffs. And so delivered in both the said Bills into this House. On Thursday the 26 th day of January

    Historical Collections, 1635

    of the Law constantly rid on Horseback, in all weathers, to Westminster : All Lawyers in those days pleaded in Ruffs, falling-bands came afterwards in fashion. February 1. The Pricing of Wines . The King by the advice of His

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M1r. J. Bay's Gomerea Peal Mr. J. Day's Bow Bell MIr. F. Rowlaud'sDaldrie (31b) Mr. J. Day's Hope (31b) MIr. Ruffs Hawkstona Mr. J. Day's f by Xarsyas- Duko of St. Albans's Sussex Banshee (31b) Stag (B3b) Mr. Fleming's Juneaton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tho auses161 Of mere than live members of the Council It wee Illa duty to call that roctnseg :-"'To Frederick Ruffs, Enq., Mayor of the borough of Tomworih. We hereby requetst you to call a meeting of lbs Town Cornell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him to become a can- didate to represent the borough in the next Parliament. The deputation was introduced by F. Ruffs, Esq., the Mayor of Tanwortlh, who explained to Mr. Jaffray. that the enfranchisement of 80 many of the working Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fachell's JSck-in-te.Bx(e -Bab-at-tbo Borvsner Mr. Monka Bir Franci Mr. Drewlit's f by Asteroid- Mr. Porters Athenians Pastime (h b) Mr. Bay's Grandee Mr. Eng)nad's Exeter Mr. Reeves's Reform Mr. Flaher'a Eleanor Mr. Ruffs' Viper Mr. I-roat's Cheeseake Mr. Ttimmser's Azaa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    returned on application, if ixEmresx wrrNrtNos are not slhown for last year, by statisties taken from the RBacirg Calendar and Ruffs aTrf ruide. The siraplest and yet most LUCRATLVR ever offered to the sporting publio. FunL par. ticulars by PnoSazrueS Subscribers-only content

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