And at the end or terme of ten yeares to sett them free, as the manner is with the English servants.
These verses with a little alteration are sett on his monument.
A sett is a piece placed upon the head of a pile for striking upon, when the pile can not be reached by the weight or hammer.
I had given me more not sett down because layd out againe In Tokens.
And Althô the number of thirteen persons is there sett forth to Petition.
Also our ij men which were in preson were now sett at libertie.
A burning glas betwixt the sunne, and a lawne which it had sett on fire; the word, Nec tamen cales.
Wherefore, it's thought he must be sett at liberty without it.
The dogges tooke it in turne too along the river into Chester, and sett all the dogges there barkeing.
Alex played worse than ever, and the sett was six games to love.
see set (n.1).
The extra t is an arbitrary addition in various technical senses, from a lawn-tennis to a granite set. Each class of persons has doubtless added it to distinguish the special sense that means most to it from all others ; but so many are the special senses that the distinction is now no more distinctive than an Esq. after a man's name, & all would do well to discard it. [Fowler]