Medieval Merchant Venturers: Collected Studies

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INDEX OF PERSONS, PLACES AND SHIPS
Abbot, ------ , 133
Aberdeen, 225
Aby, fulling mill, 197
Adam of York, 35
Adam the Carter, of Hawkesbury, 201; Matilda, his daughter, 201
Adour, river, 29
Alberton, John, 62
Albi, 37
Alexander II, King of Scotland, 225
Aleyn, John, 175 n. 3
Alfonso of Naples, 72
Alford, Piers, 63
Algarve, 62
Alison, 53
Almondbury, fulling mill, 195
Alverthorpe, fulling mill, 195
Alvington, fulling mill, 195
Amiens, "Amyas", xiii, 216, 217
------ Cathedral, 216
Amondbury, 280
Amsterdam, Marie Knight of, 124
Andover, 224
Andrew, 65
Anjou, Margaret of, 74, 277
Anne of Southampton, 276 n. 1, 277, 277 n. 1
Anthony of Faro, 62-3
Antina, Petrus de, 65
Antony, 91
Antwerp, xiv, 157, 166, 168, 169, 178-9
Applethwaite (Windermere), fulling mill, 195
Aquitaine, Eleanor of, 28
Aragon, 53, 136
------ Katherine of, 58
------ Simon, 80
Arthur, Prince, 58
Atlantic Ocean, 1, 61, 96, 97, 100
Avon, river (Somerset), 2, 4, 8, 9, 11, 12
Ayleward, John, 20
Ayr, 18
Bacon, Robert, 127
Bagot, Clement, 18, 87
Baldry, William, 275 n. 4, 276 n.
Baltic, xvi, xvii, xxiii, xxvii, 13, 81, 96, 102, 135, 144, 221, 257-9
Bann, river, 23
Bannebury, John, 16
Barcelona, merchant of, 222
Barnsley, 280
Barnstaple, 7, 8, 192, 224, 285
Baron, ------ , 83
Bartholomew, 122
Barton (Staffs.), fulling mill, 195
Barton-on-Windrush, fulling mill, 190, 196
Bath, Bishop of, 191
Baudry, Jean, 276
Baylly, Robert, 175 n. 3
------ William, 175 n. 3
Bayonne, 29et seq., 44-5, 51, 57, 80, 82, 87, 92, 272, 274; exports, 37; grain imports, 39; privileges suspended, 44; shipping of, 34
Beauchamp, Richard. See Warwick, Earls of
Bedford, John, Duke of, 110
Bedwyn, 214
Behaim, 117
Beirut. See Beyrout
Benham Valence, fulling mill, 196
Bensyn, Barnard, 45, 80
Bergen, xxiii, 66, 98, 111, 116, 117, 119, 129, 130, 135, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142; English merchants excluded, 139; forsaken by English merchants, 111; monopoly, 104, 140; plundered by pirates, 116; staple at, 102, 104, 108, 109,

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