Anglo-Dutch Relations from the Earliest Times to the Death by J. F. Bense Lit. Ph. D. (auth.)

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253. 195-6. - ') Neither did the Brabanters. Meil. 30-1. - 7) R. 1-2, 59. 61. - 0 ) Meii. 54, 59. - 10) Ibid. 78,247. 6) I. C. I. Ibid. 8) 1066-1272 31 ports of England, those of the Frisians are hardly heard of in English ports after the thirteenth century 1). Utrecht had had a very active trade with England since the early years of the 13th century, but we do not hear of Utrecht merchants in Englandafter 1300 2). As we have already observed, the English trade was chiefly done by aliens, which explains why there were not many English merchants in the Low Dutch countries.

I. 115-6. 1) Monk 67. •) A. I. 110; M. ; Sur. 196. - ') A. I. 108. 1272-1520 41 compete with the domestic industry, we do not hear of any such quarrels 1). In 1380 we hear of abuses, probably of Flemish origin, in the manufacture of cloth in Somersetshire, Dorsetshire, Bristol and Gloucestershire, which endaugered the lives of export merchants 2), and in the same year there was a new settlement of Flemings at Snettisham in Norfolk 3), while an order of agreementwas issued by Richard II. between the native weavers of London and the aliens, strangers born, brought in by Edward III.

40 note ',58. - 6 ) A. I. 41-2. - 7) A. I. 42-4,47. •) Th. I. 382; 1066-1272 13 the 11th or the beginning of the 12th century allsuch works were probably laboriously worked with the needle. The first workmen using the 1oom were called Sarazins or Sarazinois, which has led to the supposition that the improvement was due either to its introduction into Europe by the Saracens of Spain, or was acquired by the Flemings, among whom it was first developed during one of the Crusades against the Saracens in the East 1 ).

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