She had a kersey coat, covered with girdles of wampom from the loins upward.
The pay was small, often but a shilling a night, and occasionally a "coat of kersey."
Both Bob and Welton were dressed in flannel and kersey, with the heavy German socks and lumberman's rubbers on their feet.
"We has a bolt o' moleskin and a bolt o' kersey cloth," said Mrs. Twig.
kersey—A heavy, closely woven cloth with a smooth face and glossy finish.
Over the kersey adickey another adickey of some smooth-surfaced, strong material, preferably moleskin, should be worn.
kersey's Dictionary describes an Umbrella as a "screen commonly used by women to keep off rain."
Beaver—Similar to kersey, but with a longer nap, soft, thick nap inside.
This outside adickey should of course be just enough larger than the kersey or blanket adickey to fit over it easily.
The common burgher in his homespun breeches and kersey coat also took a part.