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A most delightful history of the famous clothier of England, called Jack of Newbery ...

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Published by Printed by H.B. for W. Thackeray in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winchcombe, John, -- d. 1520 -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by W.S.
    GenreFiction.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1422:5.
    ContributionsDeloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16763263M

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A most delightful history of the famous clothier of England, called, Jack of Newbery: in the days of King Henry the Eight; how he was beloved of his mistris above all her wealtheir sutors: what great and valiant things he did for England: and the great number of poor he daily cherished.

A most delightful history of the famous clothier of England, called Jack of Newbery. "Jack of Newbury" or John Winchcombe was a leading English clothier from Newbury in Berkshire. When Tudor cloth-making was booming, and woollen cloth dominated English exports, John Winchcombe was producing for export on an industrial scale.

He was a leading clothier in other ways. Cloth-making was heavily regulated, and in the s and s Winchcombe led dozens of. A most delightful history of the famous clothier of England, called, Jack of Newbery, in the days of King Henry the Eight; how he was beloved of his mistris above all her wealtheir sutors: what great and valiant things he did for England: and the great number of poor he daily :.

Thomas Deloney. The pleasant history of John Winchomb [sic], in his younger years called Jack of Newbery, the famous and worthy clothier of England declaring his life and love, together with his charitable deeds and great hospitalities, and how he set continually five hundred poor people at work to the great benefit of the common-wealth.

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Of Iacke of Newberie his great wealth, and number of seruants: and also how hee brought the Queene Katharine two hundred and fifty men prepared for the warre at his owne cost against the king of Scots at Floden field. The most famous clothier was John Winchcombe known locally as "Jack of Newbury".

Another well-known clothier was Thomas Dolman who lived in the grand Shaw House. During the English Civil war ofNewbury was the site of two battles. The First Battle of Newbury was in when the Earl of Essex was returning to London after relieving the siege of Gloucester and found his way barred by.

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