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  • - You are also to be thank'd by Eliza's desire for your present to her of dyed sattin, which is made into a bonnet, & I fancy surprises her by it's good appearance.

    Jane Austen's Letters To Her Sister Cassandra and Others

  • July 1, 2008 at 5:35 am knytz een wyt sattin an jewl inkrustid kawdpeeziz?

    but Iā€™z indoor kitteh - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Then I had sudden impulse and buyed another red sattin hart-shaped box uv chonklits and dropped it off wif manajer uv caregiving facility in my naybahood so senya peeps and peeps on weels have a treet.

    Thriller kitteh - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I found hr up, and dressed; in a white sattin night-gown.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Her coat white sattin, quilted: blue sattin her shoes, braided with the same colour, without lace; for what need has the prettiest foot in the world of ornament? neat buckles in them: and on her charming arms a pair of black velvet glove-like muffs of her own invention; for she makes and gives fashions as she pleases. ā€”

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • A crymson sattin counterpointe, quilted and embr. with a golde twiste, and lyned with redd sarsenet, being in length iij yards good, and in breadth iij scant.

    Kenilworth

  • A bedsted of wallnut-tree, toppe fashion, the pillers redd and varnished, the ceelor, tester, and single vallance of crimson sattin, paned with a broad border of bone lace of golde and silver.

    Kenilworth

  • Fyve curteins of crimson sattin to the same bedsted, striped downe with a bone lace of gold and silver, garnished with buttons and loops of crimson silk and golde, containing xiiij bredths of sattin, and one yarde iij quarters deepe.

    Kenilworth

  • 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.

    Kenilworth

  • 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.

    Kenilworth

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