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C. I. 195-6. - •) R. 59. - ') lbid. 1-2. "German" here to be taken in its widest sense, including the merchants of the Dutch Hanseatic towns. ') Meil. 253. - 7 ) I. C. I. 194. - 8 ) Sur. 31, 208. 0 ) This same Richard brought German miners to work at the mines in Cornwall at the end of the 13th century (A. I. 116). 1) 6) 30 1066-1272 but later only the members of the Guildhall, to which till the end of the 13th century those of Prussia and Livonia did not belong, but those of Liege probably did 1).

This very absorption of the Flemish artisans in the native population makes it all the more difficult to trace them. That it was a great advantage to the Flemish weavers in England, appeared in 1315, when, all Flemings in London being arrested, a certain Christen Lewebrere, who had been arrested with the others, was claimed by the men of Lynn as their comburgensis. The King ordered his release. This shows how aliens might be naturalized by being received into the full citizenship of a town 2). That numbers of Flemings must have emigrated to England in the reigns of Edward I.

ST,RISIAN. SIAN. IMAN. Bense, Low Dutch Element 3 34 1272-1520 tion in the home market, both on the part of those who produced homespun cloths and on the part of merchants who imported cloth of different size and quality from abroad 1). Though it is difficult, if not impossible, to trace the various towns in Great Britain where cloth was manufactured during the thirteenth century, yet it seems certain that there was a regular cloth industry all over the country, especially in the wool-growing districts and in the eastern counties 2), where the neighbourhood of Norwich has at all times been a great centre and a place to which many Flemish immigrants were attracted.

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