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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 110



they may return to the faid towns and refide | provided thofe who have held for the party of Ghent be in like manner reftored to their diffe-rent towns Or country, and when they re-enter the towns to which they are reftored, they make oath before our officers in the town of Ghent,-and fwear to keep the peace in fuch towns, and not commit any damage either in a public or private manner on any of the inhabitants. In the like manner will thofe fwear who (hall re-_ enter Ghent. - Item,—all thofe who may return to our town of Ghent, with their allies and other inhabitants, will be obedient to our faid lord and to us, and will promptly put themfelves under our obedi-ence. With - regard to thofe who may now be abfent, they (hall be reftored, in time hereafter . to be fpecrfied,' to their fiefs, houfes, lands and inheritances, in whatever place they may be, notwithftanding any mifchiefs they may have . done during, and on account of thefe diftur-bances, in as full a manner m they enjoyed them previous to that period. Item,—ihould any of the inhabitants of the faid town of Ghent, or their allies, be in Brabant, Hainault, Holland? Zealand, Cambrefis, or in the bifhoprick of Liege, and fhould they, within two months after the publication of this peace,, put therafelveis under^the obedience of our faid lord and us, and furthermore take fuch oaths as fhall be hereafter declared before us, or before thofe whom we may appoint to receive them, they fhall fully enjoy all the before-mentioned pardons mai 100


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