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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.3

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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.3
page 58



confequence of the diifenfions, variance, difcord and ftrife, that have arifen, or that might have been ex-pe&ed to arife between us and our very dear brofher the king of France, certain commiffioners and procu-rators from us and from our dear fon, E dward prince of Wales, having fufficient power and authority for us, for him and for our kingdom on the one part, and certain other commiffioners and procura* tors from our faid brother, and from our very dear nephew Charles duke of Normandy and dauphin of Vienne, elded fon to the aforefaid king of France, having power and authority from his father, in this inftance, for his father and for himfelf on the other part, have been affembled at Bretigny, near Char-tres ; in which place the above-mentioned diflen-fions, variances and ftrife were difcuffed, debated, and finally clofed ; and the commiffioners from us and from our fon, for us and for him, and the com-miffioners from our aforefaid brother and nephew, for his father and for himfelf, did fvvear upon the holy Evangelifts, to preferve, keep and fulfil the aforefaid treaty, as we have alfo fworn and will fwear to whatever is faid or concluded in the above treaty. And in this treaty, among pther articles, our brother of France and his fon aforefaid, are held and have promifed to give up and furrender to us, our heirs and fucceflbrs for ever, the counties, cities, towns, caftles, fortreffes, lands, iflands, rents and revenues, and other things which follow, with all that we now are in poffeffion of in Guienne and Gafccmy, to hold for ever by us, our heirs and ' fucceiTors in the fame maiper that the kings of France 44


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