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“There was a blew velvet bed with gold ffringe and very Richly Embroidered, all the Inside with ovals on the head piece and tester, where the figures are so finely wrought in Satten stitch it Looks Like painting.”
“Fans, says Editor in Chief Vanessa Satten, have grown numb to their heroes 'misfortunes.”
“I don't think people are as compassionate as they used to be because, at some point, [going to jail was perceived as] a press stunt," Satten says.”
“Satten, Damaske, or Scarlet, girding themselues in stead of girdles with some fine white bombast doth: they haue breeches after the order of the Turks: they weare on their feet plaine high things called of them Aspergh, and at their eares they haue hanging great plenty of golde.”
“Of the Seigniory there be about three hundreth, and about fourtie of the priuie Counsell of Venice, who vsually are arayed in gownes of crimsen Satten, or crimsen”
“The cloth white and subtily wrought with drawne worke with Satten silke, the ground powdered and filled, and the worke white and plaine, with the representation of shapes, byrdes, beastes, and flowers, and in like sort the apparel of the wayters.”
“No, he is "sooping it in his glaring Satten sute.”
“And I protest, Praesumption shall never see mee out of order when I am marryed, but in a morninge, and at night in my severall Satten Petticotes and Wastcotes, and alwayes in my careles Garbe.”
“Madam you have left out yoe white Satten Wastecote”
“Silk, Satten, Jewels, and precious Stones of all sorts?”
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