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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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in that country Peyre Hourarée *, where the prince and don Pedro fliould be; and that then and theffe they ihould renew their treaties, fo that each party might for a certainty know on what he was to de-pend* The king of Navarre was thus diffembling,^ tecaufe he wifhed to be more fure of the articles of the treaty being complied with than he was-at that moment ; for he was afraid^ that if thefecompanies fliould once enter his territories before what he de-manded was fully figned and agreed to, it would never be thought of afterwards. • The duke of Lancafter and fir John Chandos, fcaving finifted their bufinefs, returned, and related what they had done to the prince and don Pedro. This agreement was fatisfaâory to both of them* They kept the appointment, and went to the place felted on, where they met the kiftg of Navarre and his privy council. There were at Peyre Hourarde hefe three princes, the prince of Wales, don PedM and the duke of Lancafter, on one part, and the king of Navarre on the other, where long conferences were held between them. At laft, it was finally fettled what each party was to receive and ft* 'perform; and the treaties which had been ma$e before, at Bayonne, were renewed. The king of Navarre then knew fot certain what was to be given up to him in the kingdom of Caftille. He fwore to maintain find prefer?e faithfully peace and friend* flizp with don Pedro. They broke up their confe-rences very amicably, haviiig fettled that the prince and his army might pafs through his country when** • Peyrte Hourarde,—- a town in Gafcony, diocefe of Dax. ever


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