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Dictionary of Traded Goods and Commodities, 1550-1820
Doublet - Dozens Doublet [dublitt; dublit; dublette; dublett; ... to it with a DOUBLET LACE, sometimes under the 'skirt', and armour could be anchored ... DOUBLET BUTTONS and...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, 1601-3 With Addenda 1547-65
of his death, viz.:Embroidering a jerkin of black taffeta, 4 l., and a doublet ... 4 l.; a doublet of the same, 3 l.; a pair of hose, 55 s. Silver used ... per oz., 8 s. Embroidering 4 pairs of bases of ...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Elizabeth, Addenda 1580-1625
6 d.; fustian doublet, 1 l.; also for ordinary apparel, cassock, 14 s. 11 d.; venetians, 8 s.; doublet, 8 s. 6 d. [1 page.] Jan. 10. 2. Estimate ... fustian doublet, 20 s.; and worsted stockings,...
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 3, 1519-1523
for 7 doublets for henchmen; black sarcenet at 4 s. 2 d. Wm. Buttry, white cloth ... the embroiderer, for feathers of arrows on their doublets; for making 7 coats for henchmen; and for foresleeves and placards for...
Calendar of State Papers, Spain (Simancas), Volume 2, 1568-1579
They take great quantities of shirts, doublets, canvas, and other things
Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 3, 1520-1526
with embroidery and pearls. He himself wore a doublet of very costly cloth of gold ... and the barons, all in doublets of gold soprarico, 1 many of which were slashed, ... half bowmen, and the other halberdiers,...
Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 4, 1561-1562
or cloth of silver, doublets and hose of white satin, costly made, white ... besides forty footmen in coats of the same, with hose and doublet of white ... with white satin, with satin hose and doublets...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1625-49 Addenda
s. A cloth of gold doublet laced with a tawny lace, 12 s. A rich ... of silver and cloth of gold doublets, 2 l. Five orders for Knights
Middlesex County Records: Volume 1, 1550-1603
doublets of . . . . worth six pounds, a pair of breeches worth twenty