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These were called bidding-weddings, or bid-ales, which were in the nature of "benefit" feasts.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, PART 3VARIOUS
Where Knights quaffed cordials, wines and ales, And told their little fairy tales.
A HUMOROUS HISTORY OF ENGLANDC. HARRISON
What has become of all the country home-brewed, of the ales of different colleges, for example?
RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN. THE THAMES, FROM SOURCE TO SEA.ANONYMOUS
The Glastonbury Rental describes the mode of keeping the scot-ales in Wiltshire, in the thirteenth century.
NOOKS AND CORNERS OF ENGLISH LIFE, PAST AND PRESENTJOHN TIMBS
Five ales in an hour and not a dozen words; just an ordinary Britisher who didn't know how to amuse himself in Gawd's own country.
THE VOICE IN THE FOGHAROLD MACGRATH
Norwich brewers produce pale ales, which claim to be equal to the Burton, and dispose of 100,000 barrels of London porter yearly.
A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF NORWICHA. D. BAYNE
Related families are again grouped into orders, with the characteristic ending—ales.
MICHIGAN TREESCHARLES HERBERT OTIS
Our ales will moisten their parched lips, increase their stamina, and strengthen their inward man.
THE LIFE OF A CELEBRATED BUCCANEERRICHARD CLYNTON
Scot-ales accordingly denote a gathering at which the company share the drinking expenses.
NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK IN ENGLANDRICHARD VALPY FRENCH
The various methods of raising money for the Church and poor have already been examined under the heading of Ales.
NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK IN ENGLANDRICHARD VALPY FRENCH

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