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cramoisy

(ˈkræmɔɪzɪ; -əzɪ) or

cramoisie

adj
(Colours) of a crimson colour
n
(Textiles) crimson cloth
[C15: from Old French cramoisi, from Arabic qirmizī red obtained from kermes; see crimson, kermes]
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of Marin Mersenne, Harmonie universelle [Paris: chez Sebastien Cramoisy, 1636-37], bk.
Though their Relations were chiefly published by Sebastien Cramoisy, the Jesuits seem to have had contacts with Florentin Lambert, and could have arranged printing on Boucher's behalf; in 1664 Lambert was printing `au cloitre des Jesuites, devant St.
10) The origins of this patronage are somewhat obscure, though it appears he was allocated care of sufferers of the disease since the standard narration relates that he had the appearance of a hedgehog when he was pierced with arrows: "In stipite quasi hericius aculeis undequaque coopertus relinquitur," Andre Du Saussay, Martyrologium Gallicanum (Paris: Cramoisy, 1637), I, 56.
59) Laborde, 1877-80, 2:399: "221 aulnes velloux viollet cramoisy pour faire vingt-deux robbes pour le service de vingt-deux demoiselles, savoir est: Mainmillon, Myoland, Beatrix Pachecque, Torcy, Le Brueil, Mauvoysin, Monchenu, La Ferte, Lussinge, Tumbes, Boninceroy, Le Boys, La Chapelle, de la maison de la Royne; Heilly, Tallard, La Baulme, la jeune Maupas, Albanye, Brissac, Magdeleine, Katherine, Marguerite, de la maison de Mesdames, qui sont onze aulnes pour lad.
Claude Boucher, provincial de la province de France [Paris: Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, 1661], CIHM no.
by Claude Menard (Paris: Sebastien Cramoisy, 1617), which De Wailly's edition more or less duplicates.
Cramoisy, 1636-37), who went on to describe Cham-bonnieres's playing and compositions as evidence that the harpsichord had "met its ultimate master.
37) Mere de Saint-Bonaventure to Sebastien Cramoisy, 29 Septembre 1650, in JR 36: 58-60.
Claude Chauchetiere pretre Missionaire de la Compagnie de Jesus, (New York: Cramoisy, 1887); Charles de Glandelet, ASQ, ms.
Bouton, Relation de restablissement des francois depuis l'an 1635 en l'Isle de Martinique, l'une des antilles de l'Ametique (Paris: Cramoisy, 1640); P.
Many important printers and booksellers will be covered by this project, such as Sebastien Cramoisy, Antoine Vitre, Augustin Courbe, Claude Barbin, and the houses of Coignard and Ballard.