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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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daughter, when he was. promifed a* mucb land as .would ampuht to twelve thoufand livres a-year. The king of Navarre wifhed to have the lordlhip of Beaumont le Roger*, the lands of Breteuilf nv Normandy, Conches J, and Orbec§,! the viscounty of Pont-au-demer||, and the bailiwick of Coutantin: which were acceded to. by the king of France, though the four firft lands belonged to Philip duke Cjf Orleans, the king's brother, and he gave him other eftates in lieu of therh. The king confented alfo, for the fake of peace, that all the Harcourts and his other allies fhould hold from him, as their lord, all lands dependant on Navarre, in whatever part of France they might be fituated ; and it was at their option to do him, if they pleafed, homage for them. The king of Navarre obtained alfo, that thefe lands, and thofe he poffefled before, fhould be holden by him as a peerage : and he had the power to hold, twice a-year, a court of exchequer as nobly as the duke of Normandy. • The king of France confented to pardon all who had been concerned in the death of the conftable, and promi/ed, upon his oath, that neiflier njw nor hereafter would he feek to do them hurt for this aft. The king of Navarre, in addition, received * À market-town in Normandy, on the Rille, diocefe of Evreux. f • Election of Conches. X A market-town in Normandy, diocefe of Evreux. - * . § A town of Normandy, diocefe of Liiieux. f| Pont-au-demer,—a town in Nortnaudy, diocefe of Lifieux, feventeen leagues from Caen. T2 '» from


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