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5 ) Cassell's Gazetteer in Glamorganshire. - 8 ) Th. II. 361. 7 ) I. l. 187. 1066-1272 16 way. , when the country was so to say rent in twain by the adherents of Stephen and those of the widowed Ernpress Matilda, that the Ieaders of both parties called in the help of auxiliaries from all parts of France and Flanders. Stephen promised high pay, consisting of the landstobe taken from their antagonists, and the mercenaries came in large numbers, especially theFlemings and the Bretons 1). Even before this, however, in 1136it appears that Flemish mercenaries laid siege to Exeter, which at last for lack of provisionswas compelled to compound 2).
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.
To try and find assistance in any part of England, in order to recover the kingdom, he at last succeeded in Pembrokeshire. The Normans and Flemings of that country made arrangements with Dermot as to pay in money and in Iands, and to the number of 400, commanded by Robert Fitz-Stephen, they sailed to Wexford, which they took. The whole county of Leinster was recovered for Dermot, who invited his auxiliaries to remain with him, and affered them more Iands than they possessed elsewhere. The town of Wexford and two districts between Wexford and Waterford were given to the Ieaders.
Anglo-Dutch Relations from the Earliest Times to the Death of William the Third: Being an Historical Introduction to a Dictionary of the Low-Dutch Element in the English Vocabulary by J. F. Bense Lit. Ph. D. (auth.)