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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
page 268



CHAR XL. ' . TÉE BIÎKE OF BRITTANY DICTATES THE TERMS Of THE TREATIES-, FOR THE SURRENDER OF DIFFER-ENT PLACES BY THE CONSTABLE.—THE EXPE-DITJONS FROM ^REGUIER AND HARFLEUR ARE BROKEN UP.— THE CONSTABLE, ON H.ÎS DELIVER-ANCE^ MAKES HIS COMPLAINT TO THE KING OF FRANCE* AND RESIGNS TO Hill HIS OFFICE OF CONSTABLE. J .WILL now return to the duke of Brittany-When he had repofed a little, he arofe, drefled himfelf, and fent for the lord de Laval to his cham-ber, with whom he held a long converfation. A treaty was then written down, as the duke dictated, to bind the conftable to the complete furrender of the places before mentioned, and to fettle them oa the duke and his heirs, abfolutely and without ap-peal, which treaty was to be fealed by the conftable.: The lord de Beaumanoir was ofdered by the con-; liable to go to his caftles and town to difmifs ail hi? officers, and give poffeflion to thofewhom the duke might fend thither. With the furrender of all thefe places, k was neceiTary, likewife, to pay down one 'hundred, thoufand francs. On the gates being opened, the lord de Beaumanoir departed, accom* panied by fome of the duke's people, to fulfil the orders of the conftable, who entreated him to make all 255


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