North Eastern Europe - The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques And Discoveries Of The English Nation - Volume 3 - Collected By Richard Hakluyt





















































































 -  As for the man, whosoeuer he be, that is in this sort rewarded by
the Emperours liberalitie, hee is bound - Page 100
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As For The Man, Whosoeuer He Be, That Is In This Sort Rewarded By The Emperours Liberalitie, Hee Is Bound In A Great Summe, To Maintaine So Many Souldiers For The Warre, When Need Shall Require, As That Land, In The Opinion Of The Emperour, Is Able To Maintaine.

And all those, to whom any land fals by inheritance, are in no better condition:

For if they die without any male issue, all their lands fall into the hands of the Emperour. And moreouer, if there be any rich man amongst them, who in his owne person is vnfit for the warres, and yet hath such wealth, that thereby many Noble men and warriours might be maintained, if any of the Courtiers present his name to the Emperour, the vnhappy man is by and by sent for, and in that instant, depriued of all his riches, which with great paines and trauell all his life time he had gotten together: except perhaps some small portion thereof be left him, to maintaine his wife, children and familie. But all this is done of all the people so willingly at the Emperours commandement, that a man would thinke, they rather make restitution of other mens goods, then giue that which is their owne to other men. Nowe the Emperour hauing taken these goods into his hands, bestoweth them among his Courtiers, according to their deserts: and the oftener that a man is sent to the warres, the more fauour he thinketh is borne to him by the Emperour, although he goe vpon his owne charge, as I said before.

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