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Excerpt from The American Historical Review, Vol. 8: October 1902 to July 1903

Frequent notices occur In the records of the thirteenth century of payments made through the agency of the Templars. Some of these are in the nature of drafts upon a Standing account. The king woul... Læs mere

Excerpt from The American Historical Review, Vol. 8: October 1902 to July 1903

Frequent notices occur In the records of the thirteenth centur... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The American Historical Review, Vol. 8: October 1902 to July 1903

Frequent notices occur In the records of the thirteenth century of payments made through the agency of the Templars. Some of these are in the nature of drafts upon a Standing account. The king would address a letter to the master or to the master and brothers of the Temple, authorizing the payment, from our treas ure entrusted to you to guard, of definite sums to specified per sons or their accredited agents. A few examples from each reign will sufficiently illustrate this practice.

John drew heavily upon his reserves at the New Temple for the operations in which he was engaged during the last four years of his reign. In the critical period from 1212 to 1214, large sums were sent to the continent to the Emperor Otto who was John's chief ally against Philip Augus'tus,1 and to the King's half-brother, William Longsword, Earl of Salisbury, who was in command of the English forces in Flanders and was captured at Bouvines together with Ferrand, Count of Flanders?

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