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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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their privileges faihuoh, that many were'eager te go there, in order to gain fortunes*. •An ancient roanufcript gives the annexed eftablHhraent of the army of king Edward IH; in Normandy and before Calais, in the 20th year of bis reign, wifh their feverai ftipends : AT PER DIEM. ' . \ • s. d. My lord the prince - .- - .10.0 • Biihop of Durham - - o 6 8 13 earls, each - - o 6 ê 44 barons and bannerets - - 0 4 0 1046 knights - - - 0 t 0 4022 efquires, constables, centenary, and leaders 0 10 5104 vintenars and archers on horfeback - 0 0 6 335 pauncenars 500 hobblers 15,480 foot archers - - 0 0 5 314 mafons, carpenters, fmiths, engineers, tent-makers, miners, armouVers, gunners, and artillery-men,—fôme at 12d., 10d., 6d.§ and 3d. per diem. • 4474 Welch foot, of whom 200 vintenars at - 0 0 4 The reft at - - ' - 0 0* 700 matters, conftabîes, mariners, and pages 900 Ihips, barges, balingers, and victuallers Sum-total for the aforefaid men, befides lords, j£31,294* and for fome men from Germany and France, %ho each receive for their wages 15 florins per month. The fum total of the wages of war, with the wages of the mariners, from the 4th day of June, in the 20th of the faid king Edward, to the 12th day of October in the 21ft of the fame king, for one year, 131 days, as appears from the b^ook^oJ» particular accounts of Walter Wentwaght, tben treafurer of the houfehold, • entitled, * Wages of War in Normandy, France, and before Calais/ was 127,201 : 2 : 9d, halfpenny.—Groses Military Antiquities, vol. i. p, 330, Ahout «33


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