England in the Fifteenth Century

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INDEX.

I. Y


A.
Abingdon, 159; bridge of, 180, n. 3.
Accursi, Francesco, 17.
Agincourt, 90, n. 2; surgeon at, 213.
Agriculture, improvements in, 33, 35; state of, 134, 138; chief corn-growing districts, 144; proshy; gress of, 146 and n. 3; fallow land, 148, 154, 199; cause of deshy; cline of, 152-3; hindrances to improvements, 154; cultivation in strips, 155, 199, 200; sequence in cropping, 155; common field system, 151, 155, 199, 200; effects of enclosures, 154n. 1, 155, 156, 159, 160; size of farms, 169, 170, 200; breeding and size of cattle, 170; of sheep, 171; winter food for cattle, 170 and n. 2; farmshy; houses, how defended, 186, 252; implements, where made, 243, 244.
Agricultural labourers, increase of in thirteenth century, 33; effects of pestilence on, 107, 217 and n. 3; decline of in fourteenth century, 120; proportion of population, 131; effects of enclosures on, 157 and n. 3; houses of, 197-8, 214, 217n. 1; furniture of, 217 n. 1, and 243; drinking habits, 201 and n. 3; food of, 171, 206-8, and 210, 317 note C; health of, 208; condition of compared with present, 213-17; women as, 219, 220 and n. 1, 239; allotshy; ments, 43 and n. 2, 215 and n. 1, 221, 246, 318 note D; restricshy; tion of hours of labour, 222; disshy; abilities of, 222, 223, 239, 240.
Aids to king, meaning of, 8.
Albert of Ratisbon, 58.
Alehouses in London, 46; aleshy; houses and inns, 200; regulations for, 202, 203n. 1, 255; frequenters of, 202; ale-taster, 202, 241; false measures, 203; gambling in, 203; price of ale, 203; signs of, 203n. 1, 204.
Alexander I., 72; Alexander III., 74; state of Scotch trade, 77 n. 6.
Alnwick Castle, 268, 269, 271.
Ancren Rewle, 3n. 6.
Anglesea, 86.
Apples, 64.
Apprentices, 41 and n. 2, 42, 220, 222, 223.
Aquinas, Thomas, 58.
Archery. SeeBow.
Architecture, ecclesiastical, 51-2; in Scotland, 74; decline of, 123; revival of, 282; decorated style, 51n. 4, 5, and 52n. 1.
Arden, forest of, 137.
Ashton-under-Lyne, manor rolls of, 231 and n. 2.
Assarted, meaning of, 138 and n. 3.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I 127
  • Chapter II 197
  • Chapter III 257
  • Note A. Weight of Cattle, Etc 309
  • Note B. the Statute of Labourers 311
  • Note C. Allowance of Food for Farm Servants 317
  • Note D 318
  • Index 321
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