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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 70



tè keep fuch oaths or conventions ; and if, in fafl, any one attempted to a& contrary, they fhajl from thi? moment be broken and annulled, and of no •eight: neverthelefs we fhall punifh fuch by cor-poral punifhment and confifcations, as violators of the peace, if the cafe fhould require it, or it fhould appear reafonable : and if we fhould encourage or ilffer. any thing to be done hurtful to the peace (which GoJ forbid), we are willing to be counted m liars and difloyal, and aifo to fuffer in this cafe foch blame and difrepute, as a facred king ought to undergo for fuch condu& : and we fwear upon the body of JESUS CHRIST to conclude, maintain and keep the aforefaid treaty, and neither by ourfelves mpr others to depart from it for any caufe or reafon frjbatfçever. And in order that thefe premifes may be concluded and maintained, we bind ourfelves, our heirs, pur property, and the property of our feeire, over to our faid brother the king of France, find to his heirs, and fwear by the holy Evangelifts, fepdily touched by us, that we will complete, con** plude and preferve (according to the articles afore* faid) all the preceding conditions by us promifed and agreed to, as is before • mentioned. And we -will, that in cafe our brother, or his deputies at the place and time, and in the manner before ftated, do his duty, that from that time our prefent letters, and whatever is comprehended in them, fhould have as much force, effeft and vigour as any of our other letters fhall have that have been promifed and granted by us, as has been already faid ; faving, however, and referring for us, our heirs and fuc* cçffors, 55


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