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" They excel in dancing and music, for they are active and lively, though of a thicker make than the French; they cut their hair close on the middle of the head, letting it grow on either side; they are good sailors, and better pirates, cunning, treacherous,... "
Paul Hentzner's Travels in England: During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth - Página 58
por Paul Hentzner, Sir Robert Naunton - 1797 - 152 páginas
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The Monthly Review, Volumen17

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1757
...left arm, a ridicule they defervedly lay under: they excel in dancing and mufie, for they are aciive and lively, though of a thicker make than the French...failors, and better pirates; cunning, treacherous, and thievith; above three hundred are faid to be hanged annually at London ; beheading with them is lefs...
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Annual Register, Volumen1

Edmund Burke - 1759
...; a ridicule they very defervedly lay under. They excel in dancing and raufic, for they are aftive and lively, though of a thicker make than the French....failors, and better pirates, cunning, treacherous and thievilh 5 above f 300 are faid to be hanged annually at London. Beheading with them is lefs infamous...
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Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects, Volumen2

Robert Dodsley - 1761
...Silver, fattened to their left Arms', a Ridi^ cule they defervedly lay under: They excel inDancing and Mufic, for they are active and lively, though...the Middle of the Head, letting it grow on either Side ; they are good Sailors, and better Pirates, Cunning, Treacherous, and Thievifh, above 300 are...
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A vindication of natural society, by Edm. Burke. The history and antiquities ...

Robert Dodsley - 1761
...to be followed wherever they go by whole Troops of Servants, who wear their Mafter's Arms in Silver, faftened to their left Arms, a Ridicule they defervedly...under: They excel in Dancing and Mufic, for they are a&ive and lively, though of a thicker Make than the French ; they cut their Hair clofe on the Middle...
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Annual Register, Volumen1

1764
...fcrvants, who wear their, mailers arms in filver, fattened to their left arm's ; a ridicule they very defervedly lay under. They excel in dancing and mufic,...of a thicker make than the French. They cut their hairclofe on the middle of the head, letting it grow on either fide. They are good failors, and better...
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A vindication of natural society. Written in the character of a late noble ...

1765
...Servants, who wear their Matter's Arms in Silver, fattened to their left Arms, a Ridicule they defcrvedly lay under : They excel in Dancing and Mufic, for they...the Middle of the Head, letting it grow on either Side ; they are good Sailors, and better Pirates, Cunning, Treacherous, and Thievifh, above 300 arefaid...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Robert Dodsley - 1771
...to be followed wherever they go by whole Troops of Servants, who wear their Mafter's Arms in Silver, faftened to their left Arms, a Ridicule they defervedly...the Middle of the Head, letting it grow on either Side; they are good Sailors, and better Pirates, Cunning, Treacherous, and Thicvifh, above -300 are...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society. The ...

Robert Dodsley - 1771
...followed wherever they go by whole Troops of Servants, who wear their Matter's Arms in Silver, fattened to their left Arms, a Ridicule they defervedly lay...the Middle of the Head, letting it grow on either Sidej they are good Sailors, and better Pirates, Cunning, Treacherous, andThievifli, above 300 are...
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A Journey Into England: In the Year M.D.XC.VIII.

Paul Hentzner - 1807 - 61 páginas
...fastened to their leftarms, a ridicule they deservedly lay under: They excell in dancing and music, for they are active and lively, though of a thicker make than the French; they cut their hair close on the middle of the head, letting it grow on either side; they are good sailors, and better...
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Volumen1

1821
...undeservedly ridiculed for wearing tails hanging down their backs. They excel in dancing and music, for they are active and lively, though of a thicker make than the French; they cut their hairy close on the middle of their head, letting it grow on either side ; they arc good sailors and...
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