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in 1217 prince louis and his allies, the barons, had been defeated at the battle of lincoln, and, being now hemmed in between their enemies and the sea, were in urgent need of reinforcements from abroad.stores and men were collected for them in normandy.eighty ships, besides smaller vessels, are said to have been brought together at calais, under the command of eustace the monk.this man was one of the many mercenary fighters of the time, and had once been in the employment of king john.with this force he put to sea, running before a southerly wind.his intention was to round the north foreland, and carry his convoy up the thames to london, which was still held for the barons.if he had succeeded, he might have greatly prolonged the civil war, but, happily for england, neither the man nor the means to avert the disaster were wanting.hubert de burgh, the kings justiciary and governor of dover castle, was at his post.he appealed to the men of the cinque ports, not in vain.if these people land, he said, england is lost; let us therefore boldly meet them, for god is with us, and they are excommunicate.hubert de burgh saw that the one effectual way of preventing eustace from doing harm on shore was to beat him at sea before he could land.the man who reasoned like this had grasped the true principle of the defence of england.sixteen large ships and some smaller vessels were lying in dover harbour.they were at once got out by the shipmen and fishermen of the town, worthy ancestors of the men who, centuries later, volunteered to fill up the crews of blake, when he was threatened by tromp in these very waters.the knights, squires, and menatarms of hubert de burghs following made up the fighting crews.training the yards of the one great square sail which the vessels of that time carried on their single mast, fore and aft, the english squadron kept its luff (the word is used by matthew paris), and, standing out to the east, placed itself on the track of the monk, and between him and calais.as eustace saw the dover ships apparently standing over to calais, he came to the not wholly unnatural conclusion that their plan was to plunder the town in his absence.he laughed, for he knew that he had left it well protected.but the intention of hubert de burgh was incomparably more courageous and more effective.he had begun, as every english admiral in after time was wont to begin, by manoeuvring to secure the windward position, which with sailing ships gives him who holds it the option of attack.as soon as the french vessels had been brought well to leeward, the english turned together before the wind, and, forming what in after times would have been called the line abreast, stood at their utmost speed in pursuit of the enemy.the monk was completely outmanoeuvred.his heavilyladen vessels could not escape pursuit by flight, while they must infallibly be thrown into confusion by the act of turning to face the pursuers.it was no small advantage to the english that their arrows would fly with the wind.so soon as they were within shot, hubert de burghs archers let fly, and the clothyard shafts, or the bolts from the crossbows, came whistling down on the crowded benches of the french ships.all battles then by land or sea were settled at close quarters with cold steel.the english pressed on to board.where the enemys ships were caught in the act of turning, they drove into them with the stem, ramming and sinking them.when this more expeditious method could not be practised, the english laid the enemy aboard, throwing quicklime, which the wind blew in the frenchmens faces, into the air in the moment of impact.the boarders followed close on the blinding cloud, and the axes of the cinque ports men fell briskly to work.whenas he fights and has the upper hand by sea he sends them home to every land, wrote chaucer of the shipman.the cinque ports men, who had had a cruel experience of the tender mercies of johns foreign mercenaries, were certainly in no humour to give quarter to the adventurers who were on their way to england to renew the worst excesses of the wicked kings followers.there was a great massacre.taken at a disadvantage, and scattered at the moment of attack, the monks ships were overpowered in detail.so great was the fury of the english crews that it overcame even the love of ransom which commonly introduced some measure of mercy into mediæval battles.eustace himself, who, we are told, offered a great price for his life, was beheaded by one blow of the sword by richard, king johns bastard son.the whole fleet on which louis and the barons had relied to save them from destruction, was annihilated.the neck of the opposition to the young kings government was effectually broken.before the end of the year louis had returned to france, and the barons had made their submission.the trial stroke of the english navy was a masterstroke.no more admirably planned, no more timely, no more fruitful battle has been fought by englishmen on water.it settled for ever the question how best this country is to be defended.in after times, during the armada year and later, there have been found men to talk of trusting to land defences; but the sagacity of englishmen has taught them to rely on the navy first, and that protection has never wholly failed us in six hundred and eighty years.the battle is curiously similar to the long list of conflicts with the french which were to follow it.the enemy is found carrying out a scheme of attack on our territory, and so intent on his ultimate object that he neglects to attack our ships first.hubert de burgh, acting exactly as hawke, rodney, hood, or nelson would have done, manoeuvres for the weathergage, the position to windward, falls upon the frenchman on his way, and wrecks his carefully laid scheme at a blow.the navy was now established in all essentials as it was to remain till the accession of the tudor dynasty, at the close of the fifteenth century.the ship was indeed in process of development throughout all these ages.the stages of this growth are obscure, and belong rather to the domain of the archæologist than to that of the historian.we still possess an example of the original type in the viking ship which was dug up from the burial mound at gókkstad in norway

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