Camblet


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Cam´blet


n.1.See Camlet.
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Some are printed on materials which reveal that even ordinary people had access to a wide range of textiles: Irish stuff and hooping cloth, tinsel and gauze, as well as the 'lost' materials of camblet, susy and cherryderry.
The 18-year-old, who served in Flanders for three years, stole a camblet cloak, a coat and petticoat.
Understanding the need to be on best appearances, Luis Frois describes how Father Vilela managed to fangle 'a wide cassock with long sleeves' from 'a cope with a very old brocade hood and a worn camblet counterpane'.
a Negro man named Boston, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, had on an mid brown camblet coat mid blue and white woolen jacket, check'd woolen shirt, blue and white mix stockings, calf skin pumps an old beaver hat, speaks very quick and polite, and plays well on the fiddle.
He also had a selection of overcoats made from mohair yarns, or from a camblet weave of German goatshair, or a heavy, coarse Petersham woolen identified with the pilot coats worn by seamen and used for hunting.