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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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Beauchamp, fir John Chandos, lord Ralph Ferrers* lord Edward de Spenfer, fir William and fir Thomas Felton, fir Euftace d'Ambreticourt, fir Franque van Halle, fir John Moubray, fir Bartholo-mew Burgherfh, fir Henry Percy, and feveral other knights. And we will alfo have the aforefaid articles in like manner fworn to, as foon as we well can, by our other children, and by the greater pare of our prelates, churchmen, earls, barons and other nobles of our realm. In witnefs whereof, we have affixed our feal to thefe prefents, given in our fown of Calais, the 24th day of O&ober, in the year of grace 1360 V Among other letters which had been drawn up, as well at Bretigny near Chartres as at Calais, dur-ing king John's refidence there, was the above letter, • now under examination of king Charles, his eldeft Ion, and the principal perfons of his council. After it had been maturely confidered by the prelates and barons of France who had been fummoned to this council, they told the king, that neither the king of England nor the prince of Wales had kept or ful-filled the articles of the treaty of Bretigny ; but, on the contrary, had taken poffeffion of caftles and towns by force, and had remained in the aforefaid kingdom of France, to its great lofs ; where they had pillaged and ranfomed its fubje&s ; by which • means, the payment for the redemption of the laie king John was ftill part in arrear : that upon this, and upon other points, the king of France and his • See this and other treaties, in the Fœdera, relative to the peace of Bretigny. Mb t fubjeâ» 37*


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