A Lanthorne for Landlords

to the tune of the Duke of Norfolk, broadside ballad printed in 1640. The picture shows a group of hay-makers. In the foreground the man wears no doublet, displaying his open shirt, felt hat and breeches, often used as an example of breeches not needing any kind of suspension from either a belt or hooking into a doublet. The woman beside him has a large straw hat, gored waistcoat and petticoat to her ankles. The snogging pair in the background are dressed similarly, though the man has a doublet and the woman a coif instead of a straw hat.

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