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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.5

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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.5
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Mug of Navarre, fhould many adaughter of king Henry. This was concluded ; Mid doa Henry, king of Caftille, was to ufc his influence with the king of France, under whofe guardianfhip Charles was, that he fhould be permitted to return to Na-varre. This he performed § and the king of France complied with his requeft. The king of Navarre, on account of thefe mar* riages, was willing to furrender, for ten years, to the king of Spain, as a fecurity for his good faith, the towns and caftles of Eftella, of Tudela and of la Guardia. King Henry confented to give up to the Englifh fir Peter Courtenay and the lord de PEfparre, a Gafcon, who were his prifoners. All thefe different treaties were fealed, and fworn to be faithfully obferved for ever by the two kings; and it was agreed that whoever fhould any way in-fringe them fhould fubmit himfclf to the judgment of the pope. Whilft thefe negotiations were going forwards, the king of Navarre, who was indebted to the Eng-lifh twenty thoufand francs, lent the vifeount de Chaflillon to Arragon to borrow this fum from the king of Arragon, who readily lent it to him, bft took for his fecprky the good towns of Pampeluna^ Miranda, Borgo la Reyna, Corclla and St. Jean di* Pied des Ports. By thefe means, the Englifh were paid their de-j mands ; they left the king of Navarre, well fatisfied with their conduft, returned to Bourdeaux, and from thence to England. . * • Vol.V. E The 49


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