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His coat was new and bright, and glittered with its gold buttons and tasselled aigulets.
Sir Basil, I believe, went to a great man, and puts a hundred guineas into the hands of his Gentleman -- by the which I mean his Menial Servant, save that he wore no Livery; but there's many a Base wretch hath his soul in plush, and the Devil's aigulets on his heart.
His dress, and that of his attendants, is recorded for our gratification: -- 'For he was apparelled in a coat of purple velvet, cut in cloth of gold, and tied with aigulets and trefoils of gold to the number of four hundred.