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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 109



m , and fhould any of the faid privileges be loft or accidentally deftroyed, after ftrict enquiry made on the fubject, we will provide accordingly as it has been before mentioned. Item,—as to their requefta concerning com-merce, we confent that it have free courfe through our country of Flanders, on paying the ufual duties. f-r' Item,—fhould any of their friends or allies be hereafter arretted in any foreign country, on ac-count of the late difturbances, we will have them fent home in fafety. We likewife confent, that if any of them be thus arretted, we will affift and defend them to the utmoft of our power, as good lords fhould do to loyal fubjects. Item,—we are willing that all prifoners of their party, fuppofing them to have agreed for their ransom, shall have their liberty, on paying the ftipulated fum and other reafonable expences ; provided, however, that if any of the faid pri-foners, their relations or friends, hold any for-treffes againft us, fuch be firft given up : and on like terms fhall thofe attached to us, and con-fined by our fubjects of Ghent -or their allies be fet at liberty. Item,—out of bur abundant goodnefs we have ordered, and by thefe prefents do order, that all thofe who may have been banifhed from our good towns of Bruges, Ypres or other places, on ac-count of thefe diffenfioos, as well as those who may have been banifhed by law and juftice from our good town of Ghent, or who may have vôlun^ tarily abfented themfelves, be reftored, fo that H 3 _ tin/


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