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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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duke, fir John de Montfort, to you in France, and they fhall have power and authority to explain and declare thofe rights the faid fur John claims from the inheritance of his father in the duchy of Brittany, and accept them in fuch manner as you, your conn* fellow and ours aflembled together, fhall ordain i for greater fafety, it is proper the truces fhould be prolonged until the feaft of St. John the Baptift next enfuing/ All this was agreed to, as the duke of lancafter had propofed, and thep the kwiscoiif terfed on different matters, Kiqg John, who had a great defire to return m France (as. was natural), teftified molt heartily to the king of England every proof of that affeâk» which hehad for him and for his nephew the prince of Wales : the king of England made an equal re-turn.: aid,, for a* itonger confirmaticBi of their &ien4fbip,,the two kings (who by the articles called €ncb other featherX gave to four knights of eack party eight thoufand francs, French money, of re*, venue; that is to fay, two thoufand to each* And becaufe the lands of St»Sauveur le Vicomte, m Coutantin, came to the king of England, from fit Godfrey d* Harcourt by the tite the faid fir God** frey had made of them to the king, as has been be-fore related in this biftctry, and that the laid lands were not included i* the articlea of. peace,, it mm ipceflSpry.fojf thofe who fto^ld hold the faid land* to do. hûfBjige and fervice to. the king of- Exauce:, the king of England, therefore, had referred and given it to fir Jqhn Chandos^who had done him and • his.childr^A ma^y notable fevvices and- thus; king nf FxailCew: thran&lk hlSl gpeajt mtteiMoxM . appcL lmmÈM: «3


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