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The two modern writers who have been concerned most with the Sussex windmill are Mr. The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings is appealing for funds to be applied to the preservation of certain selected windmills, and will shortly publish a series of booklets on windmills, by counties. The Sussex Archaeological Trust has taken over the guardianship of Oldland Mill, on Ditchling Common, and asks for subscriptions for repairs to the mill.-A. At the beginning of the conflict, Richard, Earl of Cornwall, younger brother of King Henry, had, with his youthful son, Edward, taken up his position to the south as commander of the left wing.
He had, not long before, been made King of the Alamanni (a German tribe), and styled himself "King of the Romans and always August "-an affix to his German dignity.
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Soon after the opening of the battle Prince Edward, who had chosen his position to the north, or right, where he faced his hated enemies, the Londoners, had furiously charged them with a following of young cavalrymen, thus leaving the centre-behind which the King had placed himself in reserve-in the air.
The Londoners, although in their zeal they had sought the foremost position of the left in the dispositions made by De Montfort, lacked sufficient discipline to withstand the impetuosity of the Prince's headlong charge. In a few minutes they were scattered in a widely spread stream of fleeing men, which flowed down the hill towards the Ouse, Edward's cavalry striking the footmen to earth, and pursuing those who still fled until they were lost to the view of the army on the summit of the hill.
Their intention was to reach the shelter of the Priory, within whose walls they had passed the previous night.He yielded himself to Gilbert de Clare, chief in command, and presently afterwards was led away in chains.The incident was too good a one to be ignored by the King's political enemies, and presently it gave birth to a political song which later is believed to have led to the passing of a law " against slanderous reports and tales to cause discord betwixt King and people." To make the ballad clear it must be understood that just before the Battle of Lewes, the Barons had offered to Richard, King of the Romans.At once he set himself to capture it; but though Richard strove to reach that object his men were attacked with such a heavy storm of stones and arrows, flung from the higher ground above, that his ranks were presently a confused mass of struggling, shrieking men.Indeed, so fierce was the attack of De Montfort's troops that the panic in the division led by the King of the Romans became a wild flight.
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