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The defense of Calais, 1436-1477
John Riley Rainey
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The defense of Calais, by John Riley Rainey; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History; Places: Great Britain, Calais (France), France; Times: Lancaster and York,Charles VII, ian and then a French attack on Calais and its surrounding fortresses The Calais victuallers’ accounts of the third and fourth decades of the ﬁfteenth century demonstrate that English military attentions were 13 The exception is John R.
Rainey, ‘The Defence of Calais, –’ (PhD thesis, Rutgers University, ), pp. – April ). Margaret’s father was Marshal of Calais. While the family was living there, Margaret fell in love with Richard Lee of Sopwell, Herfordshire (/2-Ap ), who was appointed Surveyor of Calais on August 8, The post came with a house, servants paid by the Crown, a salary of £20 a year and a £10 annuity.
to transport his army to Calais Aside from the Cinque Ports, there were two other ways which the king could assemble temporary fleets. The first was making indentures with shipmasters for a specified length of time. The other, used more frequently, was by impressment, also called arrest, of merchantmen in one or more ports.
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