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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.11

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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.11
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longer, but come to the conclufion, as the matter requires it. The- four dukes, having full powers from their refpe&ive monarchs, to conclude a truce or peace, continued their conferences with fuch fuccefs, that the report in Abbeville was current of a peace having been made between France, England and their allies.' Sut I, the author of this hiftory, who at the time refided in Abbeville, to learn news, could never underftand that a - peace had been concluded : only the truce had been pro-longed for four years, on fea and'lfend, betweeft all the parties. It was imagined that, before the expiration of this term, all the territories and lord-fhips in Languedoc, • that were to revert to the ' kings of England and their heirs for ever, would be furrendered to king Richard, or to his com* mifli oners. • . • In return for the. giving up lb • many towns, caftles and lordfliips, which had been agreed to by die comnliflioners for peace, the dukes of Lan-cafter and Glocefte'r eftgaged that their captains,'of . whatever nation they might be, who held pofieffion of different forts in France, that were to revert to the king of France, fhould evacuate diem, and ceafe from carrying on any war under the name and pretext of the king of England or the Englifh. AU the articles of the truce were fairly written out, figned and fealed by the different lords, and topics of them fent to the two kings, before they parted, at Leulinghen. — The 105


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