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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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mê ta* tiiîfc lords explained the cïiiic of theîf coming. To this Snft opening, the earl of Montfort replied, * We trill c#nlder of it,* ami fixed a day for his anfwer : during this interval* thefe three lords retired to Rennes, #here they leaded^ The earl of Montfort dilpatcbed fowf Latimer* to the king of England,' to inform him of the pro* fcCafa for a peace he had received, and to have his Itdvice on the fufc§e£t The Mag of Eagla»d# hav* ing confidered them* advifed the eacl to make a peace, on condition the duchy fhould be his ï and aifo to make handfome repatatioii to fhe lady who was called dfichdht by afligning her a faced annuity, or xrat-chaige, on certain Muds where flie might olleâ it without danger. • Lad Latimer brought back the opinion of the king of England to the earl of Montfort, who was fill before Quimper Gorentrn. Upon the arrival of thefe letters, the earl and his council fent to the ambaffadofls from France, who had remained at Rennes : they ttme immediately to the army, and had a very courteous and civil anfwer given to them. They were told that the earl of Montfort would never give up his claims to the duchy of Brittany, happen what might, but would keep and maintain the tide and rights of duke of Brittany, which he was now poflefled of : that, neverthelefs^ wherever the king of France fhould caufe any cities, towns or caftles to furrender peaceably upon the * Lord Latimer. Sec Dugdalc's Baronage / • feme


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