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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 113



im without any infringement. And we forbid our fubjects, however ill they may have acted to-wards us in the late diffensions, to venture in any way, either directly or indirectly, by word or deed, to offer any injury, by reproaches or infults, to the aforefaid men of Ghent. Item,—if any one act contrary to thefe our orders, and injure thofe of Ghent, under pre-tence of taking our part, for what may have paffed during the late difturbances, fuch offence fhall be brought before the lord, and the courts to which it may belong ; and fuch criminal act {hall be punished by corporal piinifhment and confiscation of goods, as fhall in like manner the offences of their accomplices, abettors, and thofe who may attempt to conceal them, after Jtaving been convicted of infringing the peace, as well by the juftice of our officers or of other lords, as by the laws of the country to whofe jurifdiction it may more immediately apper-tain : a reafonable fatisfaction fhall be made to the injured party, from the criminal's effects, and the furplus be paid to us, or to whatever lord has the right to it, faving the privileges Qf the towns* Item,—fhould any of the citizens of our faid town of Ghent be banifhed from the faid town for fraction of the péMce ; and fuppofing that prior to this peace, by the privileges of the town, their effects could not be confifcated ; never-fil'elefs, for the better preserving this peace, they fhall, for fuch caufe, be confifcated, and from fuch effects fhall reparation be made to the party H 4 injured


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