Statistics in the Middle Ages not to be relied on--Estimate of population--Rural aspects of England--English agriculture--Forests, fens, morasses--Corn districts--Manures--Enclosures--Game, poaching -- Rabbit warrens -- Woodlands -- Cattle -- Highways, parish and manor roads--Water carriage--Broken ways and dangers of the roads--Rate of travelling and carriage of goods-- Postage of letters127
Villages--Alehouses and inns--Health of people--Food--Medical knowledge--Relative conditions of agricultural labourers in fif
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Publication information: Book title: England in the Fifteenth Century. Contributors: W. Denton - Author. Publisher: George Bell and Sons. Place of publication: London. Publication year: 1888. Page number: vii.
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