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" I thought best becoming gentlewomen. The queen said she had clothes of every sort, which every day thereafter, so long as I was there, she changed. One day she had the English weed, another the French, and another the Italian, and so forth. "
Tracts for the people - Sayfa 117
Tracts for the people tarafından - 1847
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Queen Elizabeth

Mandell Creighton - 1899 - 307 sayfa
...ladies' dress. Every day she wore a different costume, and inquired of Melville, as a man of taste, which became her best. " I answered, in my judgment, the...found, pleased her well, for she delighted to show her golden-coloured hair, wearing a caul and bonnet, as they do in Italy. Her hair was rather reddish than...
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Hampton Court: A Short History of the Royal Manor and Palace

Ernest Philip Alphonse Law - 1900 - 421 sayfa
...an opinion which he says, " I found pleased her well, for she delighted to show her goldencoloured hair, wearing a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy....reddish than yellow, curled in appearance naturally." Her fondness for attiring herself in fantastical dresses is well exemplified by the curious portrait...
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The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare

Jean Jules Jusserand - 1903 - 433 sayfa
...changed. One day she had the English weed, another the French, and another the Italian and so forth. u She asked me which of them became her best ? " I answered,...answer I found pleased her well, for she delighted to shew her golden coloured hair, wearing .a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy. Her hair was more reddish...
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Readings in European History: A Collection of Extracts from the Sources ...

James Harvey Robinson - 1906 - 573 sayfa
...thereafter, so long as I was there, she changed. One day she had the English weed, another the French, another the Italian, and so forth. She asked me which...found pleased her well, for she delighted to show her golden-colored hair, wearing a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy. Her hair was more reddish than...
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Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources: Intended to ...

Edward Potts Cheyney - 1908 - 781 sayfa
...thereafter, so long as I was there, she changed. One day she had the English weed, another the French, and another the Italian, and so forth. She asked me which...found pleased her well; for she delighted to show her golden-colored hair, wearing a caul and bonnet, as they do in Italy. Her hair was more reddish than...
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University Lectures Delivered by Members of the ..., 1. cilt;1913-1914. ciltler

University of Pennsylvania - 1915
...there, she changed. One day she had the English dress, another the French and another the Italian. She asked me which of them became her best. I answered,...answer I found pleased her well; for she delighted to shew her golden colored hair, wearing a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy. Her hair was more reddish...
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The Life of Queen Elizabeth

Agnes Strickland - 1924 - 718 sayfa
...continues Melville, " which pleased her well, for she delighted to shew her golden-coloured hair by wearing a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy. Her hair was redder than yellow, and curled apparently by nature." Then she inquired " what coloured hair was reputed...
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By-roads in History

...thereafter, so long as I was there, she changed. One day she had the English weed, another the French, and another the Italian ; and so forth. She asked me which...found pleased her well, for she delighted to show her golden-coloured hair, wearing a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy. Her hair was rather reddish than...
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Source-book of English History: For the Use of Schools and Readers

Elizabeth Kimball Kendall - 1916 - 483 sayfa
...thereafter, so long as I was there, she changed. One day she had the English weed, another the French, and another the Italian, and so forth. She asked me which...answer I found pleased her well ; for she delighted to shew her golden coloured hair, wearing a caul and bonnet as they do in Italy. Her hair was more reddish...
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