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  • For there was nothing to be sold among the Tartars for gold and siluer, but only for cloth and garments of the which kind of marchandise wee had none at all.

    The iournal of frier William de Rubruquis a French man of the order of the minorite friers, vnto the East parts of the worlde. An. Dom. 1253.

  • For there was nothing to be sold among the Tartars for gold and siluer, but only for cloth and garments of the which kind of marchandise wee had none at all.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Terms & Expressions: le déballage = unpacking; confession, revelation déballer son linge sale = to air one's dirty laundry déballer la marchandise = "to unwrap the merchandise" (to undress) il a tout déballé = he poured out his heart

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  • Terms & Expressions: le déballage = unpacking; confession, revelation déballer son linge sale = to air one's dirty laundry déballer la marchandise = "to unwrap the merchandise" (to undress) il a tout déballé = he poured out his heart

    déballer - French Word-A-Day

  • Terms & Expressions: le déballage = unpacking; confession, revelation déballer son linge sale = to air one's dirty laundry déballer la marchandise = "to unwrap the merchandise" (to undress) il a tout déballé = he poured out his heart

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  • Cette expérience simple est quelquefois mise en usage par des Commerçans intelligens pour s'assurer de la supériorité des indigos, & sur-tout, reconnoître ce que l'on appelle les fausses pierres, quand on soupçonne cette fourberie dans la marchandise que l'on veut acheter.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Les porcelaines étrangeres font sortir l'argent de l'Etat, ce feroit un très-grand avantage que la France pût se fournir cette marchandise à elle même & à nos voisins.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • And men seyn, that the Emperour takethe more gode, in that cytee, for custom of marchandise than dothe the ricchest Cristene kyng of alle his reme, that livethe.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Fro that montayne go men to the cytee of Thauriso, that was wont to ben clept Taxis, that is a fulle fair cytee, and a gret, and on of the beste, that is in the world, for marchandise: and it is in the lond of the Emperour of Persie.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Fro that cytee, gon men be the contree, be many cytees and many townes, unto a cytee, that men clepen Jamchay: and it is a noble cytee and a riche, and of gret profite to the lord: and thidre go men to sechen marchandise of alle manere of thing.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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