Highwaymen can be generally described as scruffy, poor, and evil looking, but we have no pictures of any real highwaymen so there is no possible way to know if that answer is entirely correct.
The Florida Highwaymen became the highwaymen because there only way of making money and providing their families was by painting Florida landscapes and selling them on the highway then one day one of the 26 highwaymen thought of calling them the Florida Highwaymen.
highwaymen drunk ale
Highwaymen had pistols on their waste
The English word "highwaymen" came into usage in England during the 1650s.
Highwaymen existed in from the 16th century to the 18th century.
Highwaymen were thieves, robbers and murderers. They were despised.
The duration of Highwaymen - film - is 1.33 hours.
highwaymen use to kill people because the people didn't have money to give to the highwaymen
Highwaymen were probaly popular in the 19th century. (an approximate guess)
Highwaymen were sentenced to death by hanging. They were hanged OR shot if they were caught.
The group Highwaymen are not known to have stolen any clothes.
highwaymen live in the epping forest or in caves!noo they lived with everybody else so they could blend in and nobody would no they were highwaymen
Think of highwaymen as land pirates. They attacked anyone that looked like they might have something of value. And they were equally as brutal, often resorting to murder to silence the victims of their crimes.
Highwaymen were thieves and robbers who preyed on travelers in the 17th through 19th centuries.
Highwaymen - 1904 was released on: USA: 1904
Because the men who were in the war had nothing to do at the end of it so they were highwaymen.
A highwayman was a robber who preyed on travellers, especially those on horses or foot. Highwaymen robbed in England and Ireland for much of the Elizabethan era up until the nineteenth century.
There is no specific collective noun for a group of highwaymen. However, an appropriate noun suited to the situation can be used; for example:a band of highwaymen (the collective noun for robbers)a den of highwaymen or a skulk of highwaymen (the collective nouns for thieves)a crew of highwaymen (the collective noun for road workers)
Highwaymen have been many places, but the ones from 18th Century England are the most famous.
There are a group of Florida artists called highwaymen- some are still alive
Highwaymen - film - was created on 2004-02-13.
Highwaymen were robbers of stagecoaches, kind of like pirates on land. This in itself was considered wrong, and highwayman were hanged by the neck until dead if they were caught, which should have been punishment enough.
Highwaymen used and still use standard oil paints.
Highwaymen were robbers and brigands, they kept all the money they stole.