After theim followed the kynges henxmenne, in coates of purple ueluet pieled and paned with riche clothe of siluer. Hall. Hen. VIII. an. 14. ... Why, in a pair of pained slops. B. Jonson. ... I think I am not inclined by nature or policy to make a panegyrick upon anything which is a just and natural object of censure.aBurke. On theanbsp;...
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