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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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jttrifdi&ïon and coercion of the church of Rome, and are willing and defirous that our holy father the pope fhould confirm all thefe things by given mo-nitions and gentle mandates for the accomplifliment" of them againft ourfelves, our heirs and fucceffors, • out commonalty, colleges, univerfities, or any parti-cular perfons whatfoever, and by giving general fentences of excommunication, fufpenfion or inter-dict, Which We may incur by ourfelves or by them, by this aft, when we fhall, either by oxtrfelves or others, infringe the peace, by taking or occupying / any town or caftle, city or fortrefs, or in any thing «elfe, by giving advice, aid or afBftance, public or private, againft the faid peace : from which fenteflces they cannot be abfolved until they fhall have madtf full fatisfa£tion to all thofe who by this zGt fhould have fuftained or might fuftain any damage. And with (his we defire and confent, that by our holy lather the pope (in order that the faid may more firmly be kept, maintained and obferved for eve*) all the agreements, confederations, affimcdi mê conventions, under whatever name* they may be) in cafe they become prejudicial or inimical to the laid peace in the prefent moment or hereafter (flip* pofing they were elofed under penalties and bf oaths, and confirmed by our holy father the pope or others), fhould be broken and annulled as con-trary to the public welfare, to the good of the peace, unprofitable to all Chriftendom and difpleafmg té God : and that all oaths, in fuch a cafe made*, fhal} be reported to our holy father the pope, that it may be decreed by him that no one fhould be bounden E4 to 55


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