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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 384



blame and Infamy as a confecrated and crowned king ought to incur in fimilar cafes. We renounce all idea of importuning any difpenfation or abfolu-tion from the pope from our oath aforefaid ; and if obtained, we declare it to be null and of no weight, and that no advantage whatever ought to be made of it. In order more fully to ftrengthen the aforefaid declarations, we fubmit ourfeives, our heirs and fucceffors, to thejarifdi&ion and coercion of the church of Rome, and will and confent that our holy father the pope confirm all thefe things by ordering monitory and general mandates for the accomplifhment of them, againft us, our heirs and fucceffors, and againft our fubje&s, (whether com-monalties, univerfities, colleges or private perfons of whatever defcription,) and by granting fentences of excommunication, fufpenfion or interdict, to be incurred by us or by them, as foon as we or they fhall attempt or do any thing contrary to thefe arti-cles, by occupying towns, caftles, fortrefles, or any other aft, by giving comfort, aid, advice or affift-ance, that may in any way infringe upon the true meaning, of this treaty. * We have caufed our very dear eldeft fon, Ed-ward prince of Wales, to fwear to the aforefaid articles, in like manner as ourfeif ; and alfo our younger fons, Lionel earl of Ulfter, John earl of Richmond and Edmund of Langley ; and alfo our dear coufin Philip de Navarre, the dukes of Lan-cafter and Brittany, the earls of Stamford and Salif-bury, the loVd of Manny, the captai de Buch, the lord de Monfort, losd James Audley, fir Roger Beau* 37Û


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