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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
page 68



within our boundaries in our aforefaid lordfhip. And, in order that thefe things may be publicly known, we will that each perfon have a copy of this prefent letter, the conditions df which we have folemnly fworn to obferve, and not break through, upon the body of JESUS CHRIST, in the prefence of our very dear fon John duke of Lan-cafter, William earl of Salifburjr, the earl of War-wick, the earl of Hereford, Walter Manny, the baftard of Percy, lords Neville, Bourchier and Stafford, Richard Pembridgé, Roger Beauchamp, Guy Brian, the lords Mohun and Delaware, Aleyne Boxhul and Richard S terry, knights. Given at our palace of Weftminfter, the fifth day of November, in the forty-fourth year of our reign *. This letter was carried by two of the king of England's knights into the principality and duchy of Aquitaine, proclaimed and publifhed every where. Copies of it were promptly and iecrctly fent to Paris, to the vifeount de la Rochechouart, the lords de Maleval and de Marneil, as well to feveral others of the French nation as to thofe who had turned to that intereft. Notwithstanding the letter they had proclaimed in the country of Aquitaine and clfewhere, I never heard that it had any effeft, or that any one was prevented by it from following his own inclina-tions ; but that more turned to the party of • Thi* letter is sot in Rymer. France, 56


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