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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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federation with don Pedro. The king of Caftiller entered into certain, engagements with the king of Navarre, which had been propofed to him by the prince-of Wales. Thefe engagements were, that don Pedro, as Mag of both the Cadilies, fhould give, under his feal, to the king-of Navarre and his heirs, to hold as their inheritance, all the domain of Lo-grono, with the lands on each fide of the river and alfo the town, caftle, territory and dependencies of Salvatierra, with the town of St. Jean Pied du Port and its furrounding country ; which lands, towns, caftles and Iordfhips he had in former times taken poffefEon of, and held by force. In addition to this, the king of Navarre was to * receive twenty thoufand francs, for laying open his country, and permitting the army to pafs peaceably through, finding them provifions upon being paid for them : in yvhich fum he acknowledged himfelf debtor to the king of Navarre *. When * See the Fœdera for the underneath treaties, which re-late to thefe tranfaéUons. v The firft reaty between Edward III. and don Pedro, king of Galtiile, appears to be the 22a June 1362.-^Confirm* ed ift February, 1363,—and*(I March, 1363, « Forbidding all foldiers to enter Spain as enemies, ad-dreffed to fir John Chandos, fir Hugh Caiverley, &c.—De-cember "6, 1365/ A treaty, in-which don Pedro acknowledges himfelf debtor to the prince of Wales in 56,000 gold florins, of good weight, Sec. Which the prince, by the king's directions, had paid to the king of Navarre, &c. dated Libourne (a city on the Dordogne, ten league's diftant from Bouràeaux), 'Sept. 2 240


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