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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.7

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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.7
page 108



at Tournay, and have renounced all wars and dis-putes, being returned mol heartily to their obe-dience, to the faid lord and us, promifling hence-forward to be good friends and loyal fubjects to our faid lord the king, as to their fovereign lord, and to us as their natural lord, in right of Marga-ret, our wife, being their natural lady and heir-efs. For which caufe our faid lord and ourfelves, have received our faid fubjects of Ghent and their allies into our favour,and have granted them letters of remiflion for all offences, fingly and abfolutely, with the reftitution of all their franchifes and pri-vileges, as will be more fully apparent in thefe our letters. After which grace and remiflion, our faid fubjects of our good town of Ghent, having made feveral fupplications which we have received, and have had maturely confidered by our council, and they according with the common good of the country, in order to put a final end to all diflen-fions, from our love and favour to our good fub-jects, have ordered as follows, in regard to thefe faid fupplications : Firft, • with regard to their requeft, that we would confirai the privileges of Courtray, Oude-narde, Grammont, Meule, Dendremonde, Ruf-felmonde, Aloft, Ath, Arclo, Breuilles, Deynfe, arid the jurifdictions of thefe towns in the low countries. We order the inhabitants of thefe faid towns to wait on us with their faid privileges ; and, after examination of them by our council, we will fo act, that pur faid fubjects/of Ghent, and the other good towns, fliall be satisfied therewith : and §8


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