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  • A chaier of crimson velvet, the seate and backe partlie embrothered, with R.L. in cloth of goulde, the beare and ragged staffe in clothe of silver, garnished with lace and fringe of goulde, silver, and crimson silck.

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  • The frame covered with velvet, bounde aboute the edge with goulde lace, and studded with gilte nailes.

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  • A little foulding table of ebanie, garnished with white bone, wherein are written verses with lres. of goulde.

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  • Fyve plumes of coolered feathers, garnished with bone lace and spangells of goulde and silver, standing in cups knitt all over with goulde, silver, and crymson silk.

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  • A carpett for a cupboarde of crymson sattin, embrothered with a border of goulde twiste, about iij parts of it fringed with silk and goulde, lyned with bridges [that is, Bruges.] sattin, in length ij yards, and ij bredths of sattin.

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  • A long carpett of blew clothe, lyned with bridges sattin, fringed with blew silck and goulde, in length vj yards lack a quarter, the whole bredth of the clothe.

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  • An instrument of organs, regall, and virginalls, covered with crimson velvet, and garnished with goulde lace.

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  • A carpett of crimson velvet, richlie embr. with my Lo. posie, beares and ragged staves, etc., of clothe of goulde and silver, garnished upon the seames and aboute with golde lace, fringed accordinglie, lyned with crimson taffata sarsenett, being 3 breadths of velvet, one yard 3 quarters long.

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  • Vppon eyther sides along vpon the aforesaid benches couered ouer with greene veluet, sate hir Ladyes of honour, attendant in a goodly and commendable order, according to their estates, apparrelled in clothe of goulde in an incredible brauerie, as in the world may bee seene.

    Hypnerotomachia The Strife of Loue in a Dreame

  • The nethermost of purple, the next of greene silke, & goulde or tissew, and the vppermost of curled white sendall, gyrded about their smale wastes with girdles of goulde vnder the lower partes of their round breasts.

    Hypnerotomachia The Strife of Loue in a Dreame

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