If the university shall not think fit to allow Mr. Oates his degree, the lawn sleeves are to be ruffled next parliament.
It defended the poacher lad, but lost for the writer his lawn sleeves.
Does not half the piety of a bishop reside in his lawn sleeves, and all his meekness in his anti-virile apron?
I would sometimes wear the lawn sleeves of a bishop, and sometimes the tye-wig of a barrister.
My lords of the lawn sleeves have lost half their honours now.
Four bishops in purple, with lawn sleeves, golden crosses on their breasts, and croziers in their hands.
The dignity a parson derives from the lawn sleeves and square cap of his diocesan will never endanger his humility.
Another person put on a bishop's robes, satin gown, lawn sleeves, and the other pontifical ornaments.
Gambroons and aprons and lawn sleeves won't go a-voyaging, depend upon it.
If not, the Irish bench of bishops jointly selects the new wearer of lawn sleeves.