English Life and Manners in the Later Middle Ages

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CHAPTER I
P. 1. Influence of the aristocracy over elections: Paston Letters, edited by J. Gairdner ( 1904), V. 149.

Privileges of the aristocracy: Hoccleve, Works, edited by F. J. Furnivall (Early English Text Soc. Extra Ser. 72), III. 102, 87; Liber Niger in Ordinances and Regulations for the Government of the Royal Household (Soc. of Antiquaries, 1790), 68; York Plays edited by L. T. Smith, xxxiv.

P. 2. Necessity for class distinctions: Richard the Redeless (with Vision of Piers the Plowman), edited by W. W. Skeat, I. 608. Cf. Lydgate, The Pilgrimage of the Life of Man, edited by F. J. Furnivall (Early English Text Soc. Extra Ser. 77), 310-1.
P. 3. Complaints of Lords against Villeins: Rot. Parl., III. 21, 212, 296, 448.

Complaints that free men are claimed as bond: Ibid., V. 448; Early Chanc. Proceed., 3/110, 6/77, 9/261, 15/159, 28/338, 61/397, 233/10.

Number of bondmen at the end of the Middle Ages only one per cent. of the population: Savine in Trans. Roy. Hist. Soc. N.S., XVII. 131.

Property of W. Heynes: Cunningham, Alien Immigrants to England, 110.

P. 4. Specimen of an indenture between a lord and a retainer: Archœologia, XLVII. 195. Several payments to retainers are recorded in John of Gaunt's Register: Edward Beauchamp received a hundred shillings "pur ses fez de peas del terme de Pasques proschein venant, et 10 marks pur le terme de

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • Abbreviations Used in the References xv
  • Chapter I- Social Classes 1
  • Chapter II- Life Amongst the Aristocracy 9
  • Chapter III- Characteristics of Town Life 18
  • Chapter IV- The Position of Women 31
  • Chapter V- The Church and the Nation 46
  • Chapter VI- Some Aspects of Monastic Life 62
  • Chapter VII- Business Life 80
  • Chapter VIII- The Unemployed 95
  • Chapter IX- Aliens in England 103
  • Chapter X- Family Life 113
  • Chapter XI- "Mete and Drinke" 134
  • Chapter XII- The Mirror of Fashion 152
  • Chapter XIII- Houses 173
  • Chapter XIV- Public Health 190
  • Chapter XV- Education 204
  • Chapter XVI- Amusements 230
  • Chapter XVII- Travelling 248
  • Chapter XVIII- National Character 260
  • Appendix Authorities 284
  • Index 337
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