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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 377



. / CHAR.tVIH. THE KING, BY THE* ADVICE Of HIS UNCLES AND COUNCIL, ' SUMMONS R THE ' NOBILITY ~ AND COM-MONERS* D:F THE REALM TO A PARLIAMENT AT ^WESTMINSTER, AND TO RENEW "TÔEIR * HO-MAGE VO HIM. ' ' jj^ SPECIAL parUamfe&t being ordered to meet at - Weftmmfter, altthj£ barons,,pfetfrtfs, iai%hw and chief citizens from fhe principal towjis Wèrè fommonçd attend, and all who held fiefs front tfee king* The reafon for this parliament being made Co.general, was that the archbifhopi of Can* Urbupf-had remonftraced jn the council, and to the king's uncles, that wl#p they had crowned king Jlkhard, though all held fiefs under him had m^Ê their homage, and held thçir lands accordr ingly, he was-not of 9 pfoper age Uglily* to. toceivt their oaths. A king by right muft be twenty-one years of age before he juftly can govern the king-dom, and, until that time, fhould be under the tutelage of his uncles, if he have any, or under thofe of his fubje&s the neareft related to him. Thç archbifhop added, that as now the king was of the proper age, he advifed, fpr greater feçurity, all who held any lands under him fhould renew their ho« page, and acknowledge him for their lord. • This opinion of the archbifhop was acceded to


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