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" it is enough for the sons of the nobility to wind their horn and carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. "
The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ... - Сторінка 292
1839
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Том 3

Charles Brockden Brown - 1805
...manner : for, in those days, " it was thought sufficient for noblemen to winde their horn, and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people." This diversion was, among the old English, the pride of the rich, and the privilege of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Том 82,Частина 1

1812
...those days [temp. Henry VI.) it was thought sufficient for Noblemen's sons to wind their horn and carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people. See C'axton's Life in BiographiaBritannica." . " Bolton Village and Castell is 4 miles...
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A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature, Том 4

Oliver Goldsmith - 1816
...his arm. la those days, it was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn, and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. Indeed, this diversion was in such high esteem among the great all over Europe, that Frederic, one...
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Tales of the academy

Tales - 1820
...nobility. In those days, it was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn, and to carry their Hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. The object for which these birds were trained was the pursuit of the hare, the partridge, the quail,...
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Tales of the Academy, Том 2

1821
...nobility. In those days, it was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn, and to carry their Hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. . ; The object for which these birds were trained was the pursuit of the hare, the partridge, the quail,...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Том 10

1823
...manner; for in those days, it was thought sufficient for a nobleman to winde their horn, and t<i carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people. The former were the accomplishments of the times ; Spenser makes his gallant Sir Tristram...
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Essay on the beneficial direction of rural expenditure

Robert Aglionby Slaney - 1824
...(said a great man in the reign of Henry VIII.) for the sons of noblemen to wind their horn, and carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people." G excluded from any participation in the government, and have no temptations to those exertions which...
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A Picture of the Manners, Customs, Sports, and Pastimes, of the Inhabitants ...

Jehoshaphat Aspin - 1825 - 296 стор.
...hawking or hunting; it being then " thought sufficient for noblemen to winde their horn, and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people ;" in the evening they celebrated their exploits with the most abandoned and brutish sottishness...
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Memoirs of the Rival Houses of York and Lancaster, Historical and ...

Emma Roberts - 1827 - 540 стор.
...It is enough," said he to the king's secretary, " for noblemen's sons to wind their horn and carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people." Although the chief strength of the English army still consisted in its archers, which...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature: In Three Volumes ..., Том 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1828
...his arm. In those days, it was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. Indeed, this diversion was in such high esteem among the great all over Europe, that Frederic, one...
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