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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 383



ladles, towns or fortreffes which they hold ia the kingdom of France, nor to obey the aforefaid treaty : or if, through any juft caufe, the king of England fhall be prevented from accomplifhing what is laid dowi in the aforefaid treaty, neither f he king of France, his heirs, nor any one for thera^ •fhall make war upon the king of England, nor up* % cm his kingdom ; but both of them together willj with all their might, endeavour to regain the afore-faid cafties, towns and fortreffes, and to bring" back fuch rebels to their proper obedience, fo that the perfect fulfilment of the aforefaid treaties may be wrought. Apd there fhall be mutually given orj jboth parts» according to the nature of the ad, every fort of fecurity which may be deviled, as well by the pope and college of Rome as by others,,fo* |he maintaining the peace and other articles of the treaty. For which reaibns, wifhing to preferve and iherifh a perpetual peace and love between us.and pur aforefaid brother and kingdom of France, ' we have renounced, and by thefe prèfents do renounce, 011 war and offenûve afts. againft our brother afore-faid, his heirs and fucceffors, the kingdom of France, and his fubje&s. And we promife anc} fwear, and have pronufed and fworn upon the body nf JESUS CHRIST, for ourfelves and fucceffors, that we will not do, nor fuffer to be done, any or word againft this renunciation, nor againft any thing IQOtau&d in thefe aforefaid articles. And if we feould do or fuffer to be done any thing to the con-trary, which God forbid, we are willing to be re7 ' twited falfe, wicked pad perjured, and to incur fucfy • f p|L. Ill, , Bb " " blame 3%


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