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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.9

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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.9
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great pity and goodnefs, he is defirous of doing to his enemies all the kindriefs in his power. On yoiir return to the conftable, you wiH tell him from the king of Caftille, that he may pub*-lifh, by found of trutnpet, throughout his army, that this country is open and ready to receive fiek or well, all • knights, fquires, • and their at* tendants, who may be defirous of coming hither, on conditioh that, at the gates of whatever city or town they may wifh to enter, they there* lay aide their armour and arjms, when they wil bè conducted, by tbofe ordered for the purpofe, tû hôtels1 prepared for them. They will then have their names written down and delivered to the governor, in order that thofe who may have refided in any towns may not, oh any pretext Whatever, return to Gàlicia or Portugal, but quit thé ' country as- foon as may be. In addi-tion, the king of Caftille engages to obtain a fafe paffage for fuch as may intend to goto Ca-lais, or any other fea-port they may chodfé, in Brittany, Saintonge, Normandy1 or Picardy, through the kingdoms of France and Navarre. It is the king's command, that thofe knights and fquires, of whatever nation they be, who fhall Undertake this journey, do not bear arms againft the kingdom of Caftille, under any pre-tence, for the fpace of fix years i this they witt folemnly fwear to obferve at the time the paff-ports are delivered to them. You will carry with you all thefe conditions, fairly written, tô the conftable, and to your ^companions who have fent you hither/ • ' " • • ' • The 16


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