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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.4

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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.4
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to conciliate all hatred and rancour that may have arifen between us and our loyal friends and fob-je&s. We therefore announce, pronounce ' and ordain, out of our deliberate and perfeft good will, and by the refolutions of our council for this caufe aflembled, that our very dear fon the prince of Wales defift from all forts of exactions, done or about to be done ; and that he reftore and make reftitution to all of each fex who may have been opprefled by him, or by his officers in Aquitaine, with all cofts, fees and expenfes that they may have incurred under the name of thefe taxes, aids or fouages. And if any of our feal fubje&s and friends, as well prelates as other members of the church, univerfities, barons, knights, townfhips, inhabit-ants of cities and large towns have turned, or may be willing to turn, through bad information or weak advice, to the party of our adverfary the king of France, we pardon this mifdeed, if, after having read this letter, they fhall return to us within one month from the date hereof. And we entreat thofe our loyal and trufty friends, that they ' fo comport themfelves1 not to draw on them any reproach as to their faith and homage ; which thing would greatly difpleafe us, and with forrow fhould we perceive it. If our very dear fon the prince of Wales, or any of his dependants complain of being hurt or oppreffed, either now or in former times, we will have fuch opprefTions amended ; fo that in reafon it may be fufficient to encourage love, peace and concord between us and thofe E 4 " within 55


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