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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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tip hard, c» fca - aid land, for tic augmentation of the honour of England, ihould make a journey m Aquitaine, with five hundred men at arms and one tfaouAnd archers. " He was to embiark at Plymouth or Southampton, as he pleafed, and fail for Guy* enne or Aquitaine. It was the intention of king Richard and his council, that the duke of LaiF cafter ftiould hold in perpetuity, for himfelf and heirs, the whole territory of Aquitaine, with aB its fenefchalfhips and domains in fuch manner as king Edward of England, his father, and tht former dukes of Aquitaine had held them, and which king Richard held at this moment, with the referve of homage to the kings of England. The duke of Lancafter was to enjoy all other rights, lordlhips and rents, which ftipulation was con-firmed by the king, wholly and fully, under his fcal. The duke of Lancafter was very thankful for this magnificent gift, as he had reafon to be j for in truth the duchy of Aquitaine has wherewithal to enable its lord to keep a grand ftatc. The deed which was to eftablifh this gift, having been properly engroflfed, was carefully examined, and paffed with great deliberation of council, in the prefence of the king, his uncles the dukes of York and docefter, theearls of Salifbury, Arundel, and Derby "(foe to tjae duke of Lancafter), tfte earl.triarfbal, the earl of Roftcllan**, the early of Northumberland and Nottingham, fir Thomas i iiilni ji i m $11 In mill j .1 T I • f. • ^ ,- • V .Ift M, ' •• ? Roicfiairt. Q. Rutland. 7 14 Percy,


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