Count Floris V granted Delft's citizens the rights to a meathouse and breadhouse and the income from them.

September 29, 1295

Floris V, count of Holland, decreed that for the citizens of Delft, it was within their freedom to establish a meathouse and a breadhouse. Not only that, but the income, excepting during it's markets, could come to the benefit of the City.

Within a year, Floris would be murdered by some of the rural nobility his policies hurt economically.

J. Soutendam: Van Mieris I, p 566