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" Plough Munday, next after that Twelf-tide is past, Bids out with the plough ; the worst husband is last : If Plowman get hatchet, or whip to the skrene, Maids loseth their cocke, if no water be seen :" which are thus explained in Tusser Redivivus, 1744,... "
A Dictionary of Archaic & Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs ... - Page 622
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1852
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Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry,: As Well for the Champion Or Open ...

Thomas Tusser, William Fordyce Mavor - Agriculture - 1812 - 374 pages
...labour, is fit to be had. Leicestershire. PLOUGH MONDAY'. 2. Plough Monday, next after that Twelfthtide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last : If ploughman get hatchet, or whip to the screen, Maids loseth their cock, if no water be seen. VARIATION....
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Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry,: As Well for the Champion Or Open ...

Thomas Tusser, William Fordyce Mavor - Agriculture - 1812 - 374 pages
...comfort with labour, is fit to be had. PLOUGH MONDAY'. 2. Plough Monday, next after that Twelfthtide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last : Leicestershire. If ploughman get hatchet, or whip to the screen, Maids losrlh their cock, if no water...
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The Suffolk Garland: Or, a Collection of Poems, Songs, Tales, Ballads ...

James Ford - English literature - 1818 - 404 pages
...For comfort, with labour, is fit to be had. Plough Monday* Plough Monday, next after that Twelfthtide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last, If ploughman get hatchet, or whip to the screen, Maids loseth their cock, if no water be seen, Shrovetide.^...
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An Attempt at a Glossary of Cheshire Words

Roger Wilbraham - English language - 1826 - 117 pages
...farm-houses in Cheshire. So in Tusser's Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, we read, " If ploughman get hatchet or whip to the Skreene, Maids loseth their cocke if no water be seen." Note in Tusser redivivus. — "If the ploughman can get his whip, his plough-staff', hatchet, or any...
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The Extractor; or Universal repertorium of literature, science ..., Volume 1

1829
...period at which the ground is begun to be ploughed up. " Plough Monday next, after that the twelfth tide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last." Tasttr. In celebration of this agricultural commencement, in the north of England, the Fool Plough...
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1831
...mourner, to a better day !" C. Lloyd. 10. PLOUGH MONDAY. Plough Munday, next after that Twelfth-tide is past, Bids out with the Plough ; the worst husband is last : If Ploughman get hatchet, or whip to the screene, Maids loseth their Cocke if no water be seene. Tusser's...
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An Attempt at a Glossary of Some Words Used in Cheshire--

Roger Wilbraham - English language - 1836 - 117 pages
...farm-houses in Cheshire. So in Tusser's Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, we read, " If ploughman get hatchet or whip to the Skreene, Maids loseth their cocke if no water be seen." Note in Tusser redivivus.—" If the ploughman can get his whip, his plough-staff, hatchet, or any...
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An attempt at a glossary of some words used in Cheshire. From the ...

Roger Wilbraham (of Cheshire.) - 1836
...farm-houses in Cheshire. So in Tusser's Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, we read, " If ploughman get hatchet or whip to the Skreene, Maids loseth their cocke if no water be seen." Note in Tusser redivivus. — " If the ploughman can get his whip, his plough-staff, hatchet, or any...
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Shakspeare and His Times: Including the Biography of the Poet, Criticisms on ...

Nathan Drake - English literature - 1838 - 660 pages
...and be glad, for comfort with labour, is fit to be had." He then adds, - Plough-Munday, next alter s, which sometimes are polled, sometimes curled, or...grow at length like woman's lockcs, manie times cut skrcene, maids loveth their cocke, if no water be seene." These lines allude to a custom prevalent...
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Medii ævi kalendarium: or dates, charters, and customs of the Middle Ages ...

Robert Thomas Hampson - History - 1841
...Christmas that the husbandmen resumed the plough. " Plough Monday next, after that the twelfth tide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last." Tuner. Pcenalis Ebdomada, or Hebdomada. See Hebdómada Pœnalis, Semaine Pénente. POLICARNÜS §•...
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