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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 385



fytxtâeà. I will infô&i ybU -wWfttteittes #êre ci-tcrcd Into between the two Kings. ••' 'f4 :; v ' 1 .• The-king 'of Màmi¥i^figtjged % 'reirffiff'tt* ever true'.and- loyal td* dhc EhgKfh, arid rcevèf to make^aay peace with the kings éf'France or CafttUe without the'1 confimt'of'the :ki% of Èhgi land. He engaged to put che-wftle fbf :Chërbôu^ into the hands o£ the king of - En^ând^whb^as to guard it for tWeê years a^ his '6vkiffc6{\S7/itik charge!, . but the- lordllîp «d''-;(^eilSgnty^pTfé were to; remain in éië lking ëf;tàzv&tfé.'i JPTtktf Englifh fhould be able/ by fèîtefàf %rms;! tor^irf any of the towns or caftles which tië kal^flpéF Nairarre then bad in Normand^/ from the Frenèh^ they; were to; remain with -the-TEn^Klhf U;he loHU fhifty however, refting in the km* of Navarrfe*. \ • Thé' Englifh were: trfuch " pleafed 'iWith thefe; terms, becaufe they gained a good entrance to France through Normandy, which was very con-venient for them. The king of England iprermfed to fend, at this feafon, a thoufand fpears and two thoufand archers, by the river Gtfofiçie ffom ; Çpjirdeaux to Ray-onne ; and thefe men at arms were to enter Na-vajrç? 2pd make war on the, king çf ..Ç|ftipg-r *Çhey#.were tjot to qrçit the king nof -the kipg^qm * See Rymer-rfor the paffport to the king of Navarre, and the treaty-^t length, an. reg. Aie. II. ' % *r J T^e paffport fox Charles of Navarre h dated a year Inter thûr-Froiffart mentions. It is in Rymer, dated , the 12th Auguft, / from the manor of Clarendon, 1370, to continue to the feaft f of St. John iaptift following, i» five hundred perfoas. ' B b 3 of ISÏ3 '.


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