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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
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11 . {mm t^e king of England, bis heirls or fuccéffors*' or from'any pne of his vaffals or.fubjetts aforefaid, in any onç of the places,pr countries before men-tioned* in,behalf of the king gr crown of France* Thus, therefore, all thç before named perfons, and their heirs and fucceflbrs, fhall be liqge men and fbbjeifts of the king of EnglancJ, his heir$ and fuc-ceffors for ever ; and they fhall hold and keej all perfons, cities, counties, lands, iflands', caftles and places before mentioned, with all their.appurtenances, and appendages, and fhall remain fully, and .peace-ably for ever in their lordfhip, fovereignty* obe-dience, loyalty and fubjeftion, as the., preceding kings of France had and kept them in former, times ; and the- aforefaid king of England, his heirs and fucceffçrs, fhall and, will maintain, peaceably and perpetually, all the countries before named in full freedom and liberty for ever, as fovereign and liege lord, and neighbour to the king of France and faid kingdom of France, without acknowledging any fovereignty or paying any obedience, homage., jurifdiâion or fubje&ion, and in time to come with-out doing any fervice or acknowledgment to the king or'crown of France for the cities, counties., caftles, lands, territories, iflands, places and-perfons before named, or for any one of them. * Item, it is agreed, that the king, of France and his eldeft fon fhall exprefsly renounce the faid jurifdiûions and fovereignties, and all thofe. things which by this prefent treaty ought to belong to the king of England : and in like manner, the king of England and his eldeft fon fhall renounce all thofe ' things


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