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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
page 381



e Edward, by the f race of God, king of lug* land, lord of Ireland and of Acquitaine, to all thofe to whom thefe prefent- letters (hall conte, greeting. Know all, that in the agreement and final peace entered into between our very dear brother the king of France and ourfelves, there are two arteries of the following tenor : Item, the aforefaid kings fhall, be bound to have all the before-mentioned things confirmed by our holy father the pope; and they fhall be ftrengthenedby oaths, fentences and cenfures of the court of Rome, and by every other bond in the flrongefl manner poffible : and there fhall be obtained from the aforefaid court of Rome difpenfations, abfolutions, and letters in re-gard to the perfecting and accomplifhing this prep fent treaty, which fhall be forwarded to the diffe-rent parties within three weeks at the latefl after the king fhall be arrived at Calais. Item, in order that the aforefaid thihgs, which have been gone through and treated of, may be more firm and fiable, the " fecurities which follow fhall be given* ; that is to fay, letters drawn up in the beft pofflide manner by the councils of the two kings, and feaU ed with the feals of the two kings, and alfo with the feals of their two eldeft fons. The aforefaid kings, their eldeft fons, and their children, as well as others of the branches of the royal family, and of the principal nobility of their kingdoms, to tee * number of twenty, fhall fwear they will keep, and help to keep as far as in them lies, all thefe- articles which have been made, entered into and agreed upon, and will keep them without doing amy thing 4 con- 35?


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