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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 112



fiefs, notwithftanding which, wé trill, pmt ôf mf grace, that fudh fiefs remain to them, on per-forming homage to us, for what had been ours, and of our vaflals holding from us j and we aç? knowledge, out of our efpecial favour, any leafes or recognifances as legal between the prefent parties. Item,—our faid fubjects of Ghent, the fherifls, deacons, council, commonalty and their allies* by our orders, and their own free-will, having renounced all alliances, oaths, obligations, acts and homages, which they, or any of them, may have done to the king of England, to his com* miffioners, deputies or officers, or to others who may not be in the good pleafure of our faid lord or of us, do now make oath that from hence-forward they will be good and loyal fubjects to our faid lord, and to his fucceflbrs, the kings of France,, as Well as to us ; and will perform fuch fervices to us and to our fucceflbrs, as good and loyal fubjects are bounden to do to their lord or lady, to defend their perfons, honour, inhe-ritances and rights, and prevent all who may en* deavour to invade them, by giving direct infor-mation to our officers, faving always their own rights and privileges. Itpm,—that our fubjects of our good town of Ghent may remain always in peace, and under the obedience of our faid lord the king and \is, as well as of our heirs, the earls of Flanders our fucceflbrs, andj that all difhirbances which may in future arife be prevented, we will that al thefe aforefaid articles be ftrictly maintained without


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