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“Cassimere -- A general term for all-wool fabrics woven either plain or twilled, coarse or fine, of woolen yarn.”
“= The _Duke Cassimere_ here spoken of was John Casimir, Count Palatine, who in the autumn of 1575 entered into alliance with the Huguenots and invaded France, but, after suffering a check at the hands of the Duke of Guise, made a truce and retired.”
“Cassimere, when properly made, is of Cashmere wool.”
“$34; Cassimere pantaloons $14, and British florentine waistcoat”
“Cassimere, the diamonds of Golconda, the amber of Maldivia, the musk of”
“But, Cassimere said, that happened in races where the white candidate was not well known.”
“Sometimes, a candidate emerges from the pack and "everything clicks," said Cassimere, who believes Perry could catch lightning in a bottle.”
“Saxonie, the Lantsgrave of Hassia, the Duke of Cleve, the Duke Cassimere, have susteyned wronges sufficient to make them his mortall enemies.”
“Here assembled a numerous people for the sacred duties of their religion, and the anxious cares of their subsistence; here industry, parent of enjoyments, collected the riches of all climes, and the purple of Tyre was exchanged for the precious thread of Serica; * the soft tissues of Cassimere for the sumptuous tapestry of Lydia; the amber of the Baltic for the pearls and perfumes of Arabia; the gold of Ophir for the tin of Thule.”
“But he said he thought he was ready, "Cassimere said.”
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