SOCIAL CONDITIONS UNDER THE TRENCH KINGS. I09
card, stamped with the arms of France and Navarre in separate shields, took the place of these. It was promised that real money should be given for these bits of card, but it was so difficult to get that the people were afraid to sell their goods.
The towns, which were often visited by the Towns. smallpox, were dirty. In Montreal the earth from making new cellars, and far worse rubbish,