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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 62



tectkg one of Merle and Calais, we fhall hold hi demefne, excepting the inheritances and poffeffiona of the churches, which fhall remain wholly to the faid churches wherever they may be fituated ; and alfo except the inheritances of the other people of the countries of Merle and Calais, as far as the value * of one hundred pounds a-year in land, according to the current coin of the country ; which inheritances fhall remain to them of the abovefaid value and un-der; but the habitations and inheritances in the. town of Calais, and their appurtenances, fhall re-main in demefne to us, for us to order and do as we pleafe with them : and alfo all the poffeflions of the houfeholders and inhabitants of the county and town of Guines fhall remain to them, and fhall be re-ftored fully, fave and except what is faid and de-clared relative to the bounds and frontiers above mentioned, in the article of Calais. Item, the king of England fhall have poffeffion of all iflands adjoining to the lands or places above mentioned, together with all other iflands he was poffefied of at the time of this treaty. And it has alfo been difcuffed, that our aforefaid brother and his eldeft fon fhould renounce all right and fovereignty which they pay have over the above mentioned places, and that we fhould poffefs them as a neighbour, without any vaffalage or dé-pendance on our faid brother, or on the kingdom of France ; and that- our brother aforefaid fhall give up to us in perpetuity all right and dominion -which he may have over the places before men-tioned. . 7 And 4»


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