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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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tilings which by this prefent treaty are not to be. granted to the king of England, and all thofe claims he made on the king of France, and particularly the title, right and arms, and the challenge he made of the crown and kingdom of France ; the homage, fovereignty and domain of the duchy, of Normandy, of the county of Touraine, the counties of Anjou and Maine, and the fovereignty and homage of tht county and territory of Flanders, and all other claims which the king of England made at the time -of the aforefaid challenge, and might make in times to come upon the faid realm of France, through • any reafon whatever, except thofe things which by, the prefent treaty are granted to the king of Eng-land ^nd his heirs : and they will convey, furrender and yield, one king to the other, in perpetuity, all the right which each has or may have on ill thofe. things, and places which by the prefent treaty are to. remain or to be granted to each of them ; and with, regard to - the. time and place when thefe renunci-ations are to be made, the two kings will confute each other, and order it when they fhall be at Calais together. And becaufe alfo our faid brother of France and his eideft fon, in order to maintain and keep the fpd articles of peace and agreement aforefaid, hava exprefsly renounced the jurifdi&ionç and foveretgn-ties comprifed in the faid articles to all rights which they had or might have had on all the above men-tioned things which ourfaid brother has granted, de-livered and abandoned to us, and in thofe other things which henceforward ought to appertain and belong* E3 to 53


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