Definition of Muscadels
1. muscadel [n] - See also: muscadel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muscadels
Literary usage of Muscadels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages by Percy Society (1848)
"... and muscadels was one shilling and eight-pence per quart; ... and muscadels to two shillings, ..."
2. The King's Customs by Henry Atton, Henry Hurst Holland (1908)
"Subsidy, 3s. Custom, 6s. 8d. Southampton duty, Rhenish wines (Brought into any/ \ port, the aum. I muscadels ..."
3. The King's Revenue: Being a Handbook to the Taxes and the Public Revenue by W. M. J. Williams (1908)
"to pay 4 1o 3o Brought into all other ports, to pay 3o 3o Rhenish wines brought into any port, the awme . . . . .1o o 1o muscadels, ..."
4. Songs and Carols: Now First Printed, from a Manuscript of the Fifteenth Century by Thomas Wright (1848)
"... and muscadels was one shilling and eight-pence per quart; ... and muscadels to two shillings, Sack and Malagas to one shilling and ten-pence, ..."
5. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
"... paying tonnage and poundage, persistently refused to pay, although ' a man of great trading at that time.' Accordingly he had ' currans, muscadels, ..."
6. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1892)
"... and muscadels' are directed to be sold for ' two shillings the quart and no more ': and Wood notes ' Before for severall yeares (sold) at zs zd, ..."