Ay, in the enemy's headquarters—betraying us to the periwigs!
But in that age of periwigs this misfortune was of little importance.
Wigs, perukes, or periwigs, were revived in the seventeenth century.
French periwigs were first worn in Charles the Second's time.
Periwigs, which were introduced into England about 1572, were to be had of all colours.
There were straws, I confess, in the hair of the older poets; the eighteenth-century men stuck straws in their periwigs.
In 1666 women begin to wear buttoned-up riding-coats, hats and periwigs.
The fine gentlemen laugh loudly and comb their periwigs in the "best rooms."
In an age when periwigs made so large a part of the natural dignity of man people with such a turn of mind were dangerous.
The periwigs so altered were known as short bobs, the bob being the fullness of the hair by the cheeks of the wig.