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543.21redmaids and bleucotts, in hommage all and felony, all who have
543.21+VI.B.29.102c (k): 'redmaids bluecoats' (one of two entries inspired by Madrid [553.36])
543.21+VI.B.29.079k (o): 'Blue Coat School'
543.21+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. VIII, 'Dublin', 621d: 'The hospital and Free School of King Charles I., commonly called the Blue Coat hospital, was founded in 1670. It is devoted to the education and maintenance of the sons of citizens in poor circumstances'
543.21+VI.B.29.156f (o): 'homage & felony'
543.21+Thom's Directory of Ireland/Dublin, Dublin Annals section 1488: 'Sir Richard Edgecombe arrives in Dublin to take the homage and oaths of fealty of the great men of Ireland'
543.21+Brigham Young's account of Noah admitting people to Ark: 'all who have received tickets are aboard'



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