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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 68



to m by the faid treaty of peace. We, among thefe lfdd things, renounce exprefsly all thofe which are not to be granted to us, for ourfelves and our heirs, and all thofe claims which we riiade or might make on our faid brother of France, and efpecially to the title and right to the crown of France and the fo-vereignty of that kingdom ; and to the homage, fovereignty and domain of the duchy of Normandy, the counties of Anjou, Maine and Touraine} and to the fovereignty and homage of the county and territory of Flanders} and all other claims which wo made, or might have made, on our faid brother, for whatever caufe there might be, fave and except that which by this prefent treaty is to remain to us and our heirs : and we yield, abandon and give up to him, 'ind he to us, mutually to each other, in the fecureft way we can., all the rights which each of us may hav$, or may have had in all thofe things, which hy the faid treaty are to be refpe&ively granted to each of us; reserving to the churches and to churchmen that which appertains or tnay appertain to them ; and all that which has been occupied of detained of their property, on account of the wars, fhall be made good and reftored to them. The tewn% fortrefles, andall dwellings of the inhabitants, fhall retain and enjoy fuch liberties àndfranchîfes as before they came into our hancls ; and, if required, * they fhall be confirmed by our faid brother of France, if not contrary to what has been ^already agreed on. • And with regard tq ourfelves, we fubirçit all things belonging to us, our heirs aid fuccçflgrs, to the jurifi 54


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