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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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cefîbrs, that the letters above incorporated fhall have no effe£,. nor be of any prejudice or damage until our faid brother and nephew fhall have performed, fent and given the above renunciations in the man*' ner before fpedfied; and therefore they fhall not avail themfelves of them againft us, our heirs and fucceffors, in any manner but in the cafe above mentioned. In teftimony of which, we have caufed our feal to be put to thefe prefent letters, given at Calais this twentieth day of O&ober, in the year of grace and of our Lord one thoufand three hundred and fixty. When this private charter (which is called letter of renunciation, as well from one king as the other) was written, engroffed and fealed, it was read and publifhed generally in the council chamber, when the two above named kings were prefent with their counfellors. It appeared • to each to be handfome, good, well di&ated and well ordered ; and then again the two faid kings and their two faid eldeft fons, fwore upon the holy Evangelifts, bodily touched by them, and upon the facred body of JESUS CHRIST, to conclude, keep and maintain, mi not to infringe any of the articles included in it* Afterwards, by the advice and deliberation of the kifig of France and his council, and towards the end of the conference, the king of England was requefted to make out and give a general commiflion to all thofe who for the time, and under fhadow of the war, held towns, caftles and forts in the king-4pn} of France, th# they may have knowledge of what .57


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