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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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Life in Shakespeare's England: A Book of Elizabethan Prose

John Dover Wilson - England - 1949 - 293 pages
...state, The glass of fashion and the mould of form, The observed of all observers. Hamlet, mi 160-3 To ride comely, to run fair at the tilt or ring, to...gun, 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 at tennis...
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Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, Volume 14

Physical education and training - 1943
...in the Battle of Agincourt. Let us quote what Ascham says concerning sports and games : "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 to play on instruments cunningly ; to hawk ; to play at tennis,...
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Traditions of Civility. 8 Essays

Ernest Barker - 1948 - 369 pages
...grown, from seventeen to seven-and-twenty, shall acquire the habit and discipline of his country — 'to ride comely: to run fair at the tilt or ring: to play at all weapons: to shoot fair in bow [here the Toxophilus will serve] and surely in gun : to vault lustily, to run, to leap, to wrestle,...
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