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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 63



Ali it has aifo been difçuffed, thit in like ftiSLi* nef we and our faid fon fhall exprersly renounce all thofe things that are not to be given Up and1 fur* rendered to us by the faid treaty, more efpecially the name of king of France, and all right and title td that kingdom, and to the homage* fovereignty and domain of the duchy of Normandy, the county of ^ouraine, and the counties of Anjou and Maine ; and to the fovereignty and homage of the county of Flanders ; and to the fovereignty and homage of the duchy of Brittany (excepting the right of the count dç Montfort, and what claim he may have on that duchy and country of Brittany, tvhich^We re* ferve, and by exprefs words put out of our treaty | faving, however, that when we and our aforefaid brother ihall come to Calais, we will fo manage the bufinefs, by the advice of able counfeilors and other deputies, that we will eftablifh peace and concord between the count de Montfort and our cotffin fir Charles de Blois, who claims and challenges the ir heritance of Brittany) ; and we renounce whatever claims we made, or may have made, of any fort whatever, except thofe things above mentioned which are to be given to us and our heirs ; and we give up and ceafe from making any claims on all other things, but thofe which are to be yielded to us. Upon which fubjeâ, after many altercations had taken place, ' ending in a mutual agreement * that thefe renunciations, tranfportations, ceffiofcs and aforefaid furrenderings fhould be made as foon as our faid brother fhall have given up to us, or to our people efpecially deputed for that piirpofe, the city ¥oi.. 111. 1 mi m


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