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C. I. 307 note •. - 1) A. I. 58. - ')I. C. I. 192. - ') Ibid. 194. - ') Ibid. 182. Ibid. 338. The Merchant-Adventurers of the 15th century, however, claimed to exercise privileges granted by the Duke of Brabant in the time of King John, which would seem to point to the presence of English traders in Brabant in the early years of the 13th century (I. C. I. 495); 1248 is also given as the date (Smith I. XXV. 83). 10) Ibid. 70-l. 9 ) R. 70. 8) I. C. I. 197. 7) te W. Gesch. I. 317. 's time, probably to propitiate the Count of Holland 1).
29. - B) I. C. I. 648. 0 ) Th. II. 11-4; A. I. 25. arge, which may be inferred from a writ which is addressed "Francis et Anglis et Flamingis et Scotis" 3). Andrews; two Flemings settled at Perth~ one of them a goldsmith; at Edinburgh a Fleming became a burgess of the town; St. Andrews boasted a Flemish provost in the reign of David, and Perth a Flemish saddler 4). Wales and Ireland Wehave already seen that Flemings formed an important part of the population of Pembrokeshire in the early years of the 12th century 5), a fact which is evident from the name "The Flemish Way (Via Flandrensica), given to an ancient road running along the top of the Presceley Range, which divides Pembrokeshire into its northern and southern halves.
I. 341,655. - 3 ) A. I. 56-7. - ') L C. I. 650. - 6 ) Gr. 93-4. - 6 ) Ibid. 92. - 7) Sur. 41, 73, 75-6. 317. 24 1066-1272 burg, Bremen and Lübeck, which towns had a great influence on England, not only because of the trade, but through settlers who emigrated to England 1 ), the development of the carrying trade between Ripen and Harnburg and England done by the Frisians of Groningen and Stavoren 2), the first gild of German merchants in London in or perhaps even before the 12th century, when special privileges were accorded to the German traders settled there 3), the important privileges granted by Henry II.