1. Petit-Maître dressed in a Coat with wide revers and double collar à l'Anglaise. 2. Cane of bamboo wood. 3. Hat à l'Androsmann. 4. Sword trimmed with a gallant bow. 5. Turned-up hat with a cockade à la Jockei. 6. Hat à la Quaker. (1787)
"This term has today a more extensive meaning and is applied in general to the youth who are drunk on self-love, advantageous in their speech, affected in their manners, and recherchée in their dress."
The Paper without Title, November 11, 1777
* Armand Charles de La Porte de La Meilleraye (1632-1713), who married into the Mazarin title
** Read more on the Fronde at Wikipedia.