But we may complete the contrast by adding the more deplorable part of the picture which Friar thomas gage has drawn.
So much for worthy thomas gage, and his estimate of the Mexicans of his day.
thomas gage reached Habana in safety and called upon the mother of the Corsair, but does not say how he found her.
Hutchinson's successor was thomas gage, the first governor sent to Boston with an army at his back.
thomas gage, an English monk who visited Mexico in 1625, found it then in full blast.
They have pretty well maintained that reputation since the time of Friar thomas gage.
thomas gage suggests that choco, choco, choco is a vocal representation of the sound made by stirring chocolate.
General thomas gage was to have at his command four regiments and a powerful fleet.
thomas gage, the shrewd old English heretic, takes another view.
Cromwell was doubtless influenced, too, by the representations of thomas gage.
"pledge," c.1300, from Old French gage "pledge (of battle), security, guarantee" (11c.), from Frankish *wadja-, from Proto-Germanic *wadi- (see wed). Italian gaggio, Spanish and Portuguese gage are French loan-words. The verb is late 15c., from French gager. Related: Gaged, gaging.
see gauge. "The spelling variants gauge and gage have existed since the first recorded uses in Middle English, though in American English gage is found exclusively in technical uses" [Barnhart]. Related: Gaged; gaging.