Shoot with the King´s gunpowder

This expression comes from the Flanders where every soldier received a package with their contemplated needs: A pike man less a harquebusier, to be funded out of their pocket, their armaments and equipment; the cavalry had to keep their mounts, etc. Thus, as the soldier gunpowder was paid from his own pocket, all the musketeers were careful not to shoot without an insured target. Except in cases of siege that came from the royal coffers. Why were the costs of each public service not disclosed and placed privately in competition for each citizen to choose, for example the school ?


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