• Anno Regni Regine ELIZABETH tricesimo-primo, 1588-9

    Newe Yeare's Guiftes gyven to the Queene's Majesty at Her Highnes Mannour of Richmond, by these pParsons whose names do hereafter ensewe, the first daye, the yeare aforesaide.

    Modern English (post-1500)
    Published in 1589
    Renaissance Clothing and Textile Terms
    1500 AD - 1599 AD

Gifts

By a Gentleman unknown, a fanne of sundry cullored fethers, with a handle of aggets garnished with silver gilte.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Roabes.

By John Dudley, Sargeante of the Pastry, one faire pye of quinces orringed.

Giver Category: Gentlemen

By John Smithson, Master Cooke, one faire marchpayne, with St. George in the middest.

Giver Category: Gentlemen

By Mr. Bruncker, one shorte cloke of white stitcht cloth, florished all over with Venis gold, silver, and some carnation silke, layde upon white taffety, and lyned with white plushe; and a skarf of white stitch cloth, and striped with Venis silver.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Robbes, saving the skarf to Mrs. Car.

By Mr. Capteine Crosse, a faire large looking glasse set in frame, corded with crimson velvett, bound with a passamayn lace of Venis gold.The glass broken.

Giver Category: Gentlemen

By Mr. Carr, four stomachers of velvett, trymmed with a passamayn of Venis gold on the toppes; and two bells of jett, the clappers aggetts.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the said Mrs. Skidmore.

By Mr. Doctor Bayly, a pott of greene gynger, and a pott of the rynds of lemons.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the said Mrs. Skidmore.

By Mr. Doctor Gyfford, a pott of greene gynger, and a pot of the rynds of lemons.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the said Mrs. Skidmore.

By Mr. Doctor Lopus, a peire of perfumed gloves, and a peire of white silke sypres.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered the gloves to Mrs. Carre; the sipres to Mrs. Ratcliffe.

By Mr. Dyer, a petticote of white satten, quilted all over with Venis gold and silver, with some plats, with four borders embrodered with gillyflowers and roses of Venis gold, and lyned with white sarsenett.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Robbes, saving the skarf to Mrs. Car.

By Mr. Fynes, a longe cushion of purple satten, ymbrodered all over with damaske gold plate, Venis gold, and seed pearles of sundry sorts, with Justice in the middest, backed with yellow satten frenged, buttoned, and tasselld with Venis gold and purple silke.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the said Robert Cotton.

By Mr. Garter King of Armes, a booke of Armes of the Noblemen in Henry the Fift's time.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Ratcliffe.

By Mr. Henry Brooke, a petticote of carnation capha florished with silver, with fyne broade passamayn laces of gold, silver, and watches silke.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Roabes.

By Mr. Huishe, one whole peece of lawne.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Dlievered to the said Mrs. Ratclyff.

By Mr. John Stanhop, a large bagg of white satten, ymbrodered all over with flowers, beasts, and burds, of Venis gold, silver, and silke.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the said Mrs. Skidmore.

By Mr. Mountighu, one smock of fyne Holland cloth, faire wroughte with black silke.

Giver Category: Gentlemen

By Mr. Newton, a bodkyn of silver gilte, with a pendaunt like a sonne, enamuled redd, and a moone therein, garnished with sparks of diamounds, and four very small pearles pendaunt.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Ratcliffe.

By Mr. Skidamour, parte of a loose gowne of black taffety, with a border, imbrodered with a chaine lace of Venis gold, and tufts of white silke.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Roabes.

By Mr. Smith Customer, one boulte of camberick, and a whole peece of lawne.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Ratcliffe.

By Mr. Spillman, a small peire of wrytinge tables of glass, garnished with silver gilte.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Ratclyff.
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