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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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Poetical Quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson

Samuel Austin Allibone - Quotations, English - 1878 - 788 pages
...glove. And weed out such weeds as the corn doth not love. TUSSER. Plough-Monday next after that the twelftide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is lost. TUSSER. At Midsummer down with the brambles and brakes, And after abroad with thy forks and thy...
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Five Hundred Pointes of Good Husbandrie, Issue 21

Thomas Tusser - Agriculture - 1878 - 350 pages
...be glad, for comfort with labour is fit to be had. Leicestershire. Plough Monday. 2 Plough Monday, next after that Twelftide is past, bids out with the plough, the woorst husband is last. If ploughman get hatchet or whip to the skreene, maides loseth their cock if...
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fiue hundred pointes of good husbanrie

thomas tusser - 1878
...onelie to ioie and be glad, for comfort with labour is fit to be had. Plough Monday. 2 Plough Monday, next after that Twelftide is past, bids out with the plough, the woorst husband is last. If ploughman get hatchet or whip to the skreene, maides loseth their cock if...
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Ancient Churchwardens' Accounts ... 1539 to ... 1577

Elmham, North. Parish - 1891 - 144 pages
...Tuesday. Tusser thus alludes to this quaint custom : — " Plough Monday, next after that Twelfth-tide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last ; If ploughmen got hatchet, or whip to the shreene, Maids loseth their cocke, if no water be seen." (>...
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Suffolk, Issue 37, Part 2

Lady Eveline Camilla Gurdon - Folklore - 1893 - 202 pages
...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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Poetical Quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson: With Copious ..., Volume 1873

Samuel Austin Allibone - Quotations, English - 1896 - 772 pages
...glove, And weed out such weeds as the corn doth not love. TUSSER. Plough-Monday next after that the twelftide is past, Bids out with the plough, the worst husband is last. TUSSER. At Midsummer down with the brambles and brakes, And after abroad with thy forks and thy rake*....
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Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and ...

William S. Walsh - Manners and customs - 1897 - 1018 pages
...ploughman and servant-maid which still has its local survivals. Tusser's words are, — Plough Mundny, next after that twelf-tide is past, Bids out with the plough ; the worst husband is last. If plowman ijct hatchet or whip to the skrene, Maids loscth their cocke, if no water be seen. Which are thus explained...
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Observations on Popular Antiquities Chiefly Illustrating the Origin of Our ...

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1900 - 807 pages
...Husbandry, under the Account oi the Ploughman's Feast-Days are the following lines — " PLOUGH MUNDAY •' Plough Munday, next after that Twelf-tide is past,...skreene, Maids loseth their Cocke, if no water be seen ;" which are thus explained in Tusser Redivivus : " After Christmas which, formerly during the Twelve...
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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words: Obsolete Phrases ..., Volume 2

English language - 1901
...Blount's Glossographia, ed. 1681. n. 501. Tusser thus alludes to this singular custom, — Plough Monday, next after that Twelf-tide is past, Bids out with the plough, the wont husband is last : If plowman get hatchet, or whip to the skreene, Maids loseth their cocke, if...
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Brand's Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Faiths and Folklore ..., Volume 2

John Brand, Henry Ellis, William Carew Hazlitt - Fasts and feasts - 1905
...Tusser's " Husbandry," 1580, under the account of the Ploughman's Feast Days are the following lines : " Plough Munday, next after that Twelf-tide is past,...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 Hilman's "Tusser...
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