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166; Freem. 150; Gr. 112. - 7 ) Th. II. 272. B) Gr. 113. - 9) te W. I. 18. ienigenas a terra, .... et Flandrenses omnes et ruptarios qui sunt ad nocumentum regni", quoted by Th. li. 423 note 1• 26 1066-1272 banter and Gerard de Sotingham, a Fleming, formed an important part 1). After taking various towns in Essex and Suffolk, J ohn went with his mercenaries through the midland counties right up to the north as far as Berwick, while his mercenaries "spread like locusts over the whole face of the land" 2).

S time, probably to propitiate the Count of Holland 1). Before Edward I. the merchants of Holland and Zealand played but a very subordinate part in England; they had no privileges there such as the Flemings and Germans enjoyed, who each had their own hansein London 2 ), and their names are very few in the registers of the eastern ports of Yarmouth, Boston and Lynn during the former half, and of London, Blakeney, N ewcastle, Southampton and Devonport during the latter half of the century 3). As it is of importance to know what parts of England Low Dutch merchants and skippers chiefly visited in the 13th century and after, we will here give the names of the chief markets and ports.

129. - ') I. l. l. 58. - I. C. I. 221. ') A. I. 115. 2) - 1) A. I. 103. - 4) Ibid. 1272-1520 37 this year there were disputes about the regulation of the worsted trade in Norfolk 1). Add to this the export of cloth in the 13th century, above referred to, and the import of dyes, and it will be evident that the cloth manufacture had reached a certain degree of development when Edward III. came to the throne. Yet England was still backward economically at the beginning of the 14th century 2}, English manufactures were still in their infancy 3), and English cloth could not yet compete with Flemish in the English market; so the English methods could evidently be improved on yet, and it was reserved for Edward III.

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