Note 090
From Chapter 60 of the Decline & Fall

At the council of Lyons (A.D. 1245) the English ambassadors stated the revenue of the crown as below that of the foreign clergy, which amounted to 60,000 marks a year (Matthew Paris, p. 451 Hume's Hist. of England, vol. ii. p. 170).

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