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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.8

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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.8
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the kings of llMnce, Arragon, Gaftilte and H» varre, and even 4y the king of the Saracens, who had heard of his great prowefe and renown,) (had entered into a treaty with the king of Arragon, which had been fworn to, and feasted by eadt party, as well as by the king of England, that neither die prince nor thé king of England, nôr their fucceflbrs, would ever wage war againft AT* ragon, fo • long as the king of Arragon and tik heirs fhouid ferve the lord of Aquitaine with five hundred fpéars, againft any gnemy with whom he nww at war ; and that, if he chofe not to fend his men, he bound himfelf to pay a certain fum df money. Ten years of .arrears were now due ^ftoin Af-• ragon : for the king had never paid any thing, nor done any fervioe to the king of England nor to his deputies. When the duke of Lancafter left England, he brought with him lettevs«patent, Sealed with the great feal of the realm, on the p»-fence of the king and his co\incil, appointing him lieutenant, for the king, over all the countries of Bordeaux, Bayonne and Aquitaine, giving him regal power to demand whatever might be owing from Arragon, and from all other parts dependant or allied to England. They alfo gave the duke power to retain, for his own ufe, whatever fums might be due, and to give receipts, which would be acknowledged as legal. While the duke was at Sant Jago, he bethought himfelf of the king of Arragon, and that he was indebted to him a very large fum of arrears, by VOL. VIII . . ' K virtue


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