There is more than one yew-bow in Chester.

Modern use applieth this proverb to such who seize on other folks goods, not with intent to steal, but mistaken with the similitude thereof to their own: but cheshire-men have been so famous for archery.

Entry taken from Provincial Glossary, edited by Francis Grose.

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There is more than one yew-bow in Chester

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