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" Therefore to ride comely, to run fair at the tilt or ring ; to play at all weapons, to shoot fair in bow, or surely in gun ; to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim; to dance comely, to sing, and play on instruments cunningly ; to hawk,... "
Literary Remains of King Edward the Sixth: Preface, containing an account of ... - Page ccviii
by Edward VI (King of England) - 1857 - 634 pages
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The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of William Shakspere, Volume 7

William Shakespeare - 1851
...pleasant, and playful nature, if no outrage be committed against law, measure, and good order Therefore to ride comely ; to run fair at the tilt or ring ;...; to vault lustily ; to run ; to leap ; to wrestle ; to swim ; to dance comely ; to sing, and play of instruments cunningly ; to hawk ; to hunt ; to play...
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The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 6

Education - 1853
...thus was Governour and Mistress in the noble City of Athens, both of War and Peace." * " Therefore to ride comely, to run fair at the Tilt, or Ring ;...Gun ; to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim ; to dance comely, to sing, and play on Instruments cunningly ; to hawk, to hunt ; to play...
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The popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...Let us strive to revive the spirit in all forms fitting our own age. Roger Ascham maintained that " to ride comely ; to run fair at the tilt or ring ;...; to vault lustily ; to run ; to leap ; to wrestle ; to swim ; to dance comely ; to sing, Proclamation of Charles I., 1633. t "William Shakspere, a Biography."...
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Cambridge Essays, Volume 4

1858
...Schoolmaster: — Therefore, to ride comely, to run fair at tilt or ring, to play, to shoot from a bow or surely in gun, to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim, to dance comely, to sing, to play on instruments cunningly, to hawk, to hunt, to play at tennis,...
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The Planet, conducted by T. McNicoll

Thomas M'Nicoll
...opinion were the physical accomplishments proper to a courtly gentleman: — " To ride comely, to ride fair at the tilt or ring, to play at all weapons,...gun, to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim, to dance comely, to sing and play on instruments cunningly, to hawk, to hunt, to play at tennis,...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 11

Henry Barnard - Education - 1862
...outrage be committed against law, measure, and good order." " Therefore, to ride comely, to run fan- at the tilt or ring, to play at all weapons, to shoot...gun, to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim, to dance comely, to sing and play on instruments cunningly, to hawk, to hunt, to play at tennis,...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham - 1864
...which thus was governor and mistress in the noble city of Athens, both of war and peace. Therefore to ride comely, to run fair at the tilt or ring; to...gun; to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle, to menswim ; to dance comely, to sing, and play on instruments cunningly ; to hawk, to hunt ; to play...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham - 1864
...which thus was governor and mistress in the noble city of Athens, both of war and peace. Therefore to ride comely, to run fair at the tilt or ring; to play at all weapons, to shoot_Ihe pastime9 fair injbov^ or surely in ^un; to vault ^V/ lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle,...
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Practical Essays on Popular Subjects: Written for the National Eisteddfodan ...

Mrs. Lewis Snow, E A. Snow - Games - 1866 - 128 pages
...gather from Koger Ascham's definition of a ' perfect' gentleman : — ' He must be able to run fair at tilt or ring ; to play at all weapons ; to shoot fair in bow, and surely in gun ; to vault lustily ; to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim ; to dance comely ; to...
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Practical Essays on Popular Subjects: Written for the National Eisteddfodan ...

Mrs. Lewis Snow, E A. Snow - Games - 1866 - 128 pages
...' He must be able to run fair at tilt or ring ; to play at all weapons ; to shoot fair in bow, and surely in gun ; to vault lustily ; to run, to leap, to wrestle, to swim ; to dance comely ; to hawk, to hunt, to play at tennis — and all pastime generally which...
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