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'Rymer's Foedera with Syllabus: January-June 1445', Rymer's Foedera Volume 11, pp. 75-87. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=115354 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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1445. Jan. 7. Thomas Kent is appointed sub-constable of England. Westm.
O. xi. 75. H. v. p. i. 139.
De Subconstabulario Angliae constituto.
An. 23. H. 6. Pat. 23. H. 6. p. 2. m. 20.
Rex omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd, certis notabilibus de Causis specialiter Nos moventibus, ex mero motu & certâ scientiâ nostris, Deputavimus, Ordinavimus, Constituimus, & Assignavimus, dilectum Clericum nostrum, Magistrum Thomam Kent Legum Doctorem Subconstabularium Angliae,
Ipsúmque ad Assistendum cuicumque Constabulario nostro Angliae, pro tem- pore existenti, in Officio Constabulariae Angliae, ut Subconstabularium Angliae, Ordinavimus & Deputavimus,
Et eidem Thomae Officium Subconstabulariae Angliae Damus & Concedimus, per Praesentes, Habendum & Occupandum idem Officium Subconstabulariae pro Termino Vitae suae, tàm omni tempore quo aliquis Haereditatus fuerit in Officio Constabulariae Angliae, seu aliquis Officium illud, ex Concessione nostra vel Haeredum nostrorum, seu aliter qualitercumque fuerit, habuerit, quàm omni tempore quo dictum Officium Constabulariae Angliae aliquo modo vacaverit, seu per aliquem fuerit occupatum;
Percipiendo annuatim, durante Vitâ suâ, Centum Marcas, de Magnâ Custumâ & Parvâ Custumâ nostris & Haeredum nostrorum, in Portu Villae Suthamptoniae, per Manus Collectorum earumdem Custumarum pro tempore existentium, ad Terminos Paschae & Sancti Michaelis, per aequales Portiones,
Quas quidem Centum Marcas, ut praefertur, eidem Thomae annuatim ad Terminos praedictos solvendas, eidem Thomae pro Termino Vitae suae Concedimus per Praesentes,
Eo quòd expressa mentio de vero Valore Officii Subconstabulariae, seu de aliis Donis & Concessionibus eidem Thomae per Nos ante haec tempora factis, in Praesentibus facta non existit, aut aliquo Statuto, Ordinatione, Provisione, Restrictione, sive Actu, in contrarium factis seu fiendis, aut aliâ Re, Causâ, vel Materiâ quaecumque, non obstantibus.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, septimo die Januarii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo & de Data praedicta, Auctoritate Parliamenti.
Jan. 12. The K. orders Adam Moleyns, keeper of the privy seal, to make letters of discharge for John Merston, treasurer of the chamber, for the delivery of certain jewels; among them, a ring given to the K. at his coronation in Paris, by the cardinal of England, to break up, "and thereof to make another ring for the Q.'s wedding ring." Windsor.
O. xi. 76. H. v. p. i. 139.
De Annulo, quo cum Rex Sacratus fuit, in Die Coronationis suae Parisius, pro Nuptiis Reginae Reformando, & de Strenis.
By The King.
An. 23. H. 6. Penes Cler. Pell.
Right Trusty and Welbeloved
,
For as moch as, oure Trusty and Welbeloved Squire, John Merston, Tresorier of oure Chambre and Keper of our Jewelles, hath, by oure special Commandement, delivered theese Jewelles under written; that is to seye,
A Ryng of Gold, Garnished with a fayr Rubie, somtyme Yeven unto Us by our Bel Oncle the Cardinal of Englande, with the which we were Sacred in the Day of our Coronation at Parys, delivered unto Mathew Phelip, to Breke, and thereof to make an other Ryng for the Quenes Wedding Ring,
A Tabulet of Gold, with an Ymage of the Pite of our Lord, Garnished with Stones and Perle, Bought of Mathew Phelip, and Yeven unto oure Bel Oncle the Duc of Gloucestre by Us on Neweyeris Day last passed, Price XC lib.
A Cuppe of Gold
covered and chaced, Bought of John Pattesley Goldsmyth of London, and Yeven by Us to our Bel Oncle the Cardinale of Englande on the said Neweyeris Day, Price xl l. vii s.
An Ouche of Gold
, Garnished with a Baleys, a Saphyr, and a greet Perle, Bought of the said Mathew, and Yeven by Us unto the Duc of Exeter on the sayd Neweyeris Day, Price of lx l.
A Tabulet of Gold
, Garnished with Stonys and Perles, Bought of the said John Pattesley, and Yeven by Us unto th' Archebishop of Canterbury on the said Neweyeris Day, Price l lib.
A Tabulet of Gold
, with an Ymage of oure Lady, Garnished with Stones and Perle, Bought of the said John, and Yeven by Us unto the Duchesse of Bukyngham on the said Neweyeris Day, Price xxxiii l. vi s. viii d.
A Ouche of Gold
, made in manner of a Gentilwoman, Garnished with Stones and Perle, Bought of the said Mathewe, and Yeven by Us unto th' Erle of Warrewyk on the said Neweyeris Day, Price xxx l.
A Tabulet of Gold
, with an Ymage of Saint Katerine, Garnished with Stonys and Perle, Bought of the same Mathewe, and Yeven unto the Bishop of Sarum on the said Newyeris Day, Price xxvi l. xiii s. iv d.
A Gipser of Gold
, Garnished with Rubies and Perle, Bought of the said Mathew, and Yeven by Us unto oure Cousin the Viscount Beaumont on the said Neweyeris Day, Price xx l.
An Ouche of Gold, made in manner of a Parc, Garnisshed with Stones and Perle, and Bought of the said Mathew, and Yeven by Us unto the Lord of Sydeley on the sayd Neweyeris Day, Price xx l.
An Ouche
,          Garnisshed with a Baleys, a Saphyr, and Six Perles, Bought of the said Mathew, and Yeven by Us unto Sir James Fenys Knight on the same Neweyeris Day.
An Ouche of Gold, made in manner of a Peche Garnished, Bought of the sayd Mathew, and Yeven by Us unto Sir John Beauchamp Knight Stuard of our Howshold on the same Neweyeris Day.
An Ouche of Gold, and in the middes a Flour de Lys, Bought of the said Mathew, and Yeven to Sir Rogier Fenys Knight Tresorier of oure Household on the same Neweyeris Day.
And an Ouche of Gold, Garnisshed with a greet Perle, a Rubie, and a Diamond playn, taken of the Stuf of oure Jewelhows, and Yeven by Us unto Rose Merston on the sayd Neweyeris Day.
We Wol and Charge you that, under oure Prive Seel, being in your Warde, ye do make oure Letters of Warrant, souffisant and in due forme, unto oure said Squier, for his Discharge for the Deliverance of the Jewelles aforesaid; and theese our Letters shall be your Warrant.
Yeven under our Signet, at our Castle of Wyndesore, the xii Day of January, the Yere of our Regne xxiii.
Blakeney.
Dors.
To oure Right Trusty and Welbeloved Clerc Maister Adam Moleyns Keper of our Prive Seel.
Jan. 25. Safe conduct for Andronicus and Alexius Effomato, of Constantinople, workers of Damascene work in gold. Westm.
O. xi. 77. H. v. p. i. 139.
Pro Operariis Auri de Damasce.
An. 23. H. 6. Franc. 23. H. 6. m. 10.
Rex, per [Literas suas Patentes,] Quinquennium duraturas, de avisamento & assensu Concilii Regis, suscepit in salvum & securum Conductum Regis, ac in Protectionem, Tuitionem, & Defensionem Regis speciales, Andronicum Effomato & Alexium Effomato Fratrem suum, Operarios Auri de Damasce, in Civitate de Constantinople in Graecia Oriundos, ac Quatuor Servientes in eorum Comitivâ, in Regno Regis Angliae ad praesens existentes, ibidem morando, expectando, perhendinando, & ad Misteram suam faciendum, absque Aresto, Impetitione, sive Perturbatione quacumque Regis, Officiariorum, seu Ministrorum Regis quorumcumqne, durante praesenti salvo Conductu Regis, conversando;
Et ideò &c.
Proviso semper quòd praedicti Andronicus & Alexius ac Servientes praedicti benè & honestè se habeant & gerant, ac quilibet eorum se habeat & gerant, ac quilibet eorum se habeat & gerat, erga Regem & Populum Regis, absque aliquo Faciendo, Dicendo, seu Scribendo quod in Regis seu Populi Regis praedicti praejudicium cedere valeat, & quòd sint Obedientes tàm Supervisoribus Misterae suae praedictae, quàm omnibus aliis Officiariis & Ministris Regis, in omnibus prout eis pertinet.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo quinto Die Januarii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo, & de Data praedicta, Auctoritate Parliamenti.
Licences to John Godyng, Thomas Gille, and 27 others, to convey pilgrims to S. James of Galicia. Various dates.
O. xi. 77. H. v. p. i. 139.
De Licentia Traducendi Personas ad Sanctum Jacobum.
An. 23. H. 6. Ibid. m. 4.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd, ad Supplicationem, dilecti & fidelis Militis nostri, Philippi Courtenay Concessimus & Licentiam Dedimus Johanni Godyng, Magistro cujusdam Navis suae vocatae Trinite Courtenay, quòd ipse Ducentas Personas, ad Peregrinandum versus Sanctum Jacobum in Galesiis, in Navem praedictam Recipere, & Personas illas ad Locum praedictum ex causa praedicta Ducere, ac, expedito Viagio illo & Navi praedictâ in Angliam reductâ, tot Personas, quot Locum praedictum ex causâ praemissa Visitare voluerint, in eandem Navem iteratò Percipere & Reducere possit, absque Impetitione vel Impedimento Officiariorum seu Ministrorum nostrorum quorumcumque,
Proviso semper quòd quaelibet Persona, in Navem praedictam aliquo tempore assumenda, coram praefato Philippo, seu aliâ Personâ idoneâ in Absentiâ suâ, Sacramentum praestet corporale, quòd ipsa aliqua Nobis seu Regno no- stro Angliae Praejudicialia seu Dampnosa, neque Aurum nec Argentum in Massâ nec Monetâ, ultra rationabiles Expensas suas, non deferet nec deferri faciet quovis modo, & quod ipsa Secreta Regni nostri praedicti, si quae noverit, alicui non revelabit ad extra, & quòd dictus Philippus nobis de omni eo, quod ad nos in hac parte pertinet & debetur, benè & fideliter satisfaciat & persolvat.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo octavo Die Januarii.
Rex omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd, ad Supplicationem, dilecti Nobis, Thomae Gille, Concessimus & Licentiam Dedimus Johanni Lysard, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Antony de Dertemouth, quòd ipse Quinquaginta Personas, ad Peregrinandum, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, octavo Die Februarii.
Consimiles Literae Conceduntur subscriptis; videlicet,
Roberto Stormy, Possessori cujusdam Navis vocatae Sancta Anna, quòd ipse per Se aut Deputatum suum Ducentas Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo quarto Die Martii.
Johanni Shipley, Possessori cujusdam Navis vocatae le Kateryn de Plymmuth, ac Thomae Hygges Magistro ejusdem Navis, quòd ipsi Sexaginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum Galiciae peregrè profecturos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo quarto Die Aprilis.
Thomae Colbere, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae la Marie Carrewe de Dertemouth, quòd Ipse Centum & Quadraginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Quinto Die Aprilis.
Willielmo Wakelyn, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Margaret de Welles, unde Johannes Grygges est Possessor, quòd ipse Centum & Viginti Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè prosecturos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, xxviij Die Aprilis.
Roberto Phelip, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae la Mary de Crowemer, undè Ricardus Arnold est Possessor, quòd ipse Quaterviginti Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Quinto Die Februarii.
Johanni Mower, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae Mary de Lymyngton, quòd ipse Triginta Peregrinos Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo Die Aprilis.
David Selly & Nicholao Lolle, Possessoribus cujusdam Navis vocatae le Jamys de Landhelp, unde Johannes Staube est Magister, quòd ipsi Quadraginta Peregrinos Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo Die Junii.
Johanni Gerard, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Nicholas de Dertemouth, quòd ipse Centum & Quadraginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos, &c. ut supra mutantis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Quinto Die Aprilis.
Thomae Kestall, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Trinite de Falmouth, quòd Ipse Quinquaginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Octavo Die Julii.
m. 10.
Johanni Huchyn, Magistro cujusdam Bargeae vocatae le Marie Courtenay, quòd Ipse Centum Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, primo die Martii.
m. 7.
Danieli Cosyn, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae Michael de Pensans, quòd Ipse Sexaginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, quarto die Martii.
m.
Johanni Stappilhyll
, Magistro cujusdam Bargeae vocatae le George de Paynton, quòd Ipse Quadraginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, sexto die Martii.
Henrico May, Possessori cujusdam Navis vocatae le Marie de Bristowe, quòd Ipse Centum & Viginti Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, duodecimo die Martii.
m. 7.
Nicholao Wandre, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Nicholas, & Rogero Amys Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Cristofre de Saltaysshe, quòd unus eorum Centum Personas Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturas, in una Navium praedictarum in Portu praedicto recipere & traducere, & abinde in Regnum nostrum Angliae reducere possit licitè & impunè &c. ut supra.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo die Martii.
Ad Instantiam dilecti & fidelis nostri Johannis Comitis Oxoniae, Possessoris cujusdam Navis vocatae le Jesus de Orwell, jam tardè factae, quam idem Comes, ad primum Viagium suum in honore Dei & Sancti Jacobi faciendum, versus Sanctum Jacobum mittere proponit,
Concessimus & Licentiam Dedimus quòd Magister & Marinarii ejusdem Navis tot Personas, Ligeos nostros, quot in Navi praedicta causâ Peregrinationis transire voluerint, in eadem Navi recipere, & eas versus Sanctum Jacobum traducere & cariare &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, octavo die Martii.
m. 9.
Johanni Fyke, Magistro cujusdam Bargeae vocatae James de Weymouth, unde Henricus Russel & Henricus Baret sunt Possessores, quòd Ipse Quinquaginta Peregrinos Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, undecimo die Martii.
Johanni Hugo, Magistro cujusdam Balingerae vocatae le Motyn de Fowey, quòd Ipse Triginta Personas, Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos, in Balingera praedicta in Portu de Fowey eskippare, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo quinto die Aprilis.
m. 8.
Johanni Langakre, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae Litell John de Sandewiche, quòd Ipse Sexaginta Peregrinos Ligeos nostros, in Navi praedicta, in Portu praedicto, recipere, &, cum eisdem ac Marinariis pro Navi praedicta competentibus, versus Sanctum Jacobum transire valeat licitè & impunè &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo octavo die Martii.
Ad Supplicationem, dilectorum Nobis, Johannis Dekene & Willielmi Skynner, Possessorum cujusdam Navis vocatae Grace de Dieu, Concessimus & Licentiam Dedimus Eis, ac Johanni Hastyng Magistro Navis praedictae, quòd Ipsi Viginti & Octo Personas, ad Peregrinandum versus Sanctum Jacobum in Galeciis, in Navem praedictam recipere &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo primo die Aprilis.
m. 8.
Thomae Vathy, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Margeret de Mountesby, quòd Ipse Quadraginta Personas, Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturas, in Navi praedicta Eskippare, & easdem Personas ad Lo- cum praedictum ducere, & eas in Regnum nostrum praedictum reducere possit, absque Impedimento vel Perturbatione nostri aut Officiariorum seu Ministrorum nostrorum quorumcumque; &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, primo die Maii.
m. 8.
Thomae White, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae le Marie de Falemouth, quòd Ipse Quadraginta Personas Ligeos nostros versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturas &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Johanni Gurdeler, Magistro cujusdam Craierae vocatae le Petir de Exceter, quòd Ipse Triginta Personas, Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturas &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
David Selly, Possessori cujusdam Navis vocatae la Kateryn de Plymmouth, undè Thomas Hygges est Magister, quòd Ipse Quadraginta Personas, Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturas &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, tertio die Junii.
m. 7.
Johanni Stobbe, Magistro cujusdam Balingerae vocatae le James de Landhelp, quòd Ipse Quadraginta Personas, Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturas, in Balingera praedicta, in Portu praedicto, recipere & traducere, & abinde in Regnum nostrum Angliae reducere possit licitè & impunè &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, sexto die Maii.
Ricardo Felawe, Possessori cujusdam Navis vocatae le Bartilmewe de Portu Orwell, quòd ipse Duodecim Personas, ad peregrinandum versus Sanctum Jacobum in Galeciis, in Navem praedictam recipere &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, undecimo die Maii.
Johanni Burton, Possessori cujusdam Navis vocatae le Kateryne de Bristoll, quòd Ipse Centum Personas, versus Sanctum Jacobum Galiciae peregrè profecturas, in Navi praedicta in Portu praedicto recipere &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, dudecimo die Aprilis.
m. 8.
Waltero Fylpot, Magistro cujusdam Navis vocatae Marie de Southampton, unde Richardus Thomas est Possessor, quòd Ipse Centum Peregrinos Ligeos nostros, versus Sanctum Jacobum peregrè profecturos, in Navi praedicta, in Portu praedicto, eskippare & traducere, & abinde in Regnum nostrum Angliae reducere possit licitè & impunè &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo quarto die Maii.
March 1. Proclamation to be made by the several sheriffs of the comprehension of the K. of Castile in the truce between England and France, as an ally of the latter. Westm.
O. xi. 80. H. v. p. i. 141.
De Rege Castellae, in Treugis cum Francia, comprehenso.
An. 23. H. 6. Claus. 23. H. 6. m. 13. d.
Rex Vicecomiti Kantiae Salutem.
Cùm, praedilectus Consanguineus noster, Willielmus de la Pole, Comes & Marchio Suffolciae, ac, dilecti nostri, Adam Moleyns Custos Privati Sigilli nostri, & Robertus Roos Miles, ac caeteri Ambaxiatores nostri, in Civitate Turonensi, Vicesimo octavo Die Mensis Maii ultimò praeterito, sufficientem Auctoritatem & Mandatum a nobis ad hoc habentes, cum Duce Aurelianensi, Comite de Vendon, & aliis Avunculi nostri Franciae Commissariis, Auctoritate simili & Mandato fulcitis, firmas Treugas & Guerrarum Abstinentias, inter Nos, Avunculum nostrum praefatum, Subditos, & Subjectos, Alligatos, Confoederatos, Auxiliantes, & Faventes, Regna, Terras, & Dominia nostra, Terrâ, Aquâ, Mari, & Insulis, appunctuaverunt, inierunt, concluserunt, & firmârunt, a certis temporibus incipiendas, & in Ortum Solis Primi diei Mensis Aprilis in Anno Domini, secundùm Computationem Anglicanam, Millesimo, Quadringentesimo, Quadragesimo Sexto, duraturas,
Ita tamen quòd Alligati, Treugas hujusmodi Acceptantes, easque Vallantes Juramento, sub Treugis praedictis pro Se, Subditis, Regnis, Terris, & Dominiis suis immediatè post lapsum Duorum Mensium, a tempore Significationis & Jurisjurandi earumdem, haberentur & essent comprehensi, prout in Literis, super dictis Treugis confectis, pleniùs liquet,
Cùm autem, Consanguineus noster, Rex Castellae & Legionum, tanquam Alligatus praefati Avunculi nostri Franciae, Treugas praedictas Acceptaverit, easdemque Vallaverit Juramento, sicuti juxta Tenorem dictarum Treugarum, Decimo nono Die Januarii ultimò praeterito, in Civitate nostra Rothomagensi Nobis fueat significatum,
Tibi Praecipimus, firmiter Injungentes, quòd statim, visis Praesentibus, in singulis locis, infra Ballivam tuam, ubi magis expedire videris & necesse, praefatum Consanguineum nostrum Regem Castellae, Subditos, Regna, Terras, & Dominia sua sub saepefatis Treugis, per Terram, Aquam, & Mare, a Decimo nono die instantis Mensis fore comprehensum publicè Proclamari & Notificari facias; & hoc sub Periculo incumbenti, nullatenus omittas.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Primo Die Martii.
Consimilia Brevia diriguntur singulis Vicecomitibus per Angliam, sub eadem Data.
March 11. Patent of nobility and a grant of a coat of arms for Bernard Angevin, councillor of Aquitain. Westm.
O. xi. 81. H. v. p. i. 41.
De Nobilitatione & Insigniis Armorum concessis.
An. 23. H. 6. Vasc. 23. H. 6. m. 7.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd,
Cùm aliàs, de Gratia nostra speciali, per Literas nostras Patentes, Concesserimus, dilecto & fideli nostro, Bernardo Angevin, uni Consiliariorum nostrorum in Ducatu nostro Aquitaniae, ac Haeredibus suis imperpetuùm Castra, Terras, & Dominia de Roasan, de Puyols, & de Blasimount, in Patria nostra & in Dioecesi de Basadoiz cum Pertinentiis & Dependentiis suis quibuscumque, prout in Literis nostris praedictis pleniùs continetur,
Et sit ita quòd in dictis Patria nostra & Dioecesi est talis Consuetudo, quòd, Decedente aliquo notabili Domino, post ejus Decessum omnes Filii ejus & Filiae, de Corpore suo in legitimo Matrimonio descendentes, omnia Bona Paternalia & Maternalia inter eos per aequales Portiones habent & debent Dividere & Partiri,
Occasione cujus Consuetudinis plura Notabilia Hospitia & alia eorumdem Patriae nostrae & Dioecesis, de quibus Progenitores nostri Servitium & Homagium perantea habere solebant, jam ad Destructionem & Ruinam devenerunt, sic quòd nulla sit ibi Habitatio, & consimiliter de praedictis Castris, Terris, & Dominiis evenire posset in futurum, quòd, si eveniret, & per Nos de Remedio congruo in hac parte provisum non fuerit, cederet in nostri & Successorum nostrorum grave Dampnum & Praejudicium, ut certitudinaliter informamur,
Nos, consideratione Praemissorum & in Conservationem Castrorum, Terrarum, & Dominiorum praedictorum, & praesertim in Recompensationem bonorum & Notabilium Servitiorum quae praedictus Bernardus Nobis tàm in Guerris nostris quàm aliter impendit, de Gratia nostra speciali, denuò Concessimus, pro Nobis, & Successoribus nostris, eidem Bernardo, & Haeredibus suis, ac de ipso causam optinentibus, imperpetuùm eadem Castra, Terras, & Dominia de Roasan, Puyols, & Blasimont, cum omnibus Pertinentiis & Dependentiis suis praedictis quibuscumque, sub tali Novâ Provisione, Conditione, & Ordinatione,
Quòd, dictâ Consuetudine sive Usunon obstante, praedictus Bernardus dicta Castra, Terras, & Dominia, cum Pertinentiis & Dependentiis suis quibuscumque, Haeredibus suis Masculis, &, in defectu Haeredum Masculorum, Haeredibus suis Foemineis de Corpore suo legitimè procreatis, ut sibi placuerit & melius videbitur ordinare, possit Dividere & Partiri, & quòd, post Mortem ejusdem Bernardi, Primi Filii Haeredum suorum praedictorum, qui gradatim Castra, Terras, & Dominia praedicta tenebunt & possidebunt, quilibet in Dominio suo, juxta Ordinationem & Dispositionem ejusdem Bernardi, eadem Castra, Terras, & Dominia, absque aliqua Divisione seu Partitione, possidere & manutenere debeant & possint imperpetuùm, ut faciunt alii Nobiles Patriae nostrae de Burdeloys, ad finem quòd Castra, Terrae, & Dominia illa semper integra remaneant, ac Nos & Successores nostri Servitia & Homagia, inde debita & consueta, habere valeamus,
Et ulterius, in Incrementum Honoris & Dignitatis, ut debetur in casu tali, praefatum Bernardum, ac Procreatos suos in legitimo Matrimonio, ac de ipso sic Procreandos & Descendentes, Nobilitamus & Ipsos Nobiles Facimus & Creamus, ac, in signum hujusmodi Nobilitatis, ipsis Arma, hic depicta, Dedimus & Concessimus, cum Libertatibus, Privilegiis, Immunitatibus, Juribus, & Insigniis, Hominibus, Nobilibus debitis & consuetis,
Quorum quidem Armorum Campus est de Asura, cum uno Leone Ungulato & Linguato de Goules, ac cum Decem Floribus per Circuitum, vocatis Angevines, de Argento.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Palatium suum Westmonasterii, Undecimo Die Martii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo & de Data praedicta, Auctoritate Parliamenti.
April 1. Power for William Pirton, lieutenant of Guisnes, and John Coppyldyke, lieutenant of Crotey, to treat with the commissioners of the duchess of Burgundy concerning the capture of William de Thembronne, captain of Rue. Westm.
O. xi. 82. H. v. p. i. 141.
De Audiendo & Terminando super Treugis captis cum Ducissa Burgundiae.
An. 23. H. 6. Franc. 23. H. 6. m. 8.
Rex, Dilectis sibi, Willielmo Pirton Locumtenenti nostro Castri nostri de Guysnes, & Johanni Coppyldyke Locumtenenti nostro Castri nostri de Crotey, Salutem.
Quamquam certa Appunctuamenta & Tractatus Treugarum inter, carissimum Consanguineum nostrum, Richardum Ducem Eborum, Locumtenentem nostrum Regni nostri Franciae, & Consanguineam nostram Ducissam Burgundiae, sufficiente Potestate in ea parte fulsitam, pro certis Partibus & Locis in Treugis sive Appunctuamentis illis specificatis, nuper capta fuerunt & conclusa,
Quidam tamen Ligei & Subditi nostri Gullielmum de Thembronne Armigerum Capitaneum de Rue, ac quosdam alios in Comitiva sua existentes, contra vim, formam, & effectum Treugarum sive Appunctuamentorum praedictorum, ut dicitur, ceperunt, & eos ut Prisonarios detinuerunt, & adhuc detinent.
Nos,
Treugas sive Appunctuamenta praedicta pro Parte nostra firmiter & inviolabiliter Observari, ac totum & quicquid, quod contra vim, formam, & effectum eorumdem factum fuerit sive attemptatum, debitae Correctioni & Reformationi Mancipari volentes,
Vobis (de quorum Fidelitatibus, Circumspectionibus, & Industriis plenam fiduciam gerimus & habemus) Dedimus, & Concessimus, ac, Tenore Praesentium, Damus & concedimus plenam & sufficientem Potestatem ad vos, melioribus viis & modis quibus sciveritis vel poteritis, de & super Modo & Formâ Captionis praedicti Gullielmi ac aliorum praedictorum in Comitiva sua Informandum, & cum Commissariis, praefatae Ducissae, Consimilium Gradûs & Numeri, hujusmodi Potestatem habentibus, in quocumque Loco, ad hoc apto & congruo, super Causa Captionis illius Tractandum, Communicandum, & Procedendum,
Necnon Causam illam, cum omnibus suis Emergentibus, Incidentibus, & Connexis (vocatis priùs coram vobis qui in hac parte de Jure evocari debent, Auditisque hinc inde eorum Rationibus & Allegationibus) Audiendum, & Examinandum, ac Fine debito Terminandum & Concludendum,
Ac debitam & celerem Restitutionem & Reformationem inde, si de Jure ac juxta vim, formam, & effectum Treugarum sive Appunctuamentorum praedictorum fieri debeant, Ministrandum, Faciendum, & Exequendum,
Et ideò vobis Mandamus quòd circa Praemissa diligenter Intendatis, ac ea faciatis & exequamini in forma praedicta,
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Primo Die Aprilis.
Per ipsum Regem.
April 6. The treasurer and chamberlains are ordered to deliver an assignment for 2,000 marks for a George bought of sir William Estfeld, and for 2,000 marks lent by him. Windsor. Five other assignments for jewels for the coronation of the Q. Southwick, April 18. John Norreys, keeper of the great wardrobe, is ordered to deliver eight yards of scarlet to John lord Dudley. Merton, May 11.
O. xi. 83. H. v. p. i. 141.
De Jocalibus ac Apparatu contra Coronationem Reginae.
An. 23. H. 6. Pen. Cler. Pell.
R. To the Tresorer and Chamberleins &c. Greting.
We Wol and Charge you that ye Deliver sufficiant Assignement of the Half xvthe Graunted unto Us by the Lay People of this oure Reaume in this our present Parlement, of Four Thousand Marc, as for Monnoye Lent unto Us in manere and fourme as foloweth; that is for to sey,
Of Two Thousand Marc to Us into oure Chambre by the Handes of John Merston Keper of oure Jewells, for a Jewell of Saint George, the whiche we have Bought of oure trusty and welbeloved knight William Estfeld,
And of the other Two Thousand Marc, for Two Thousand Marc the whiche oure said Knight hath llent now unto Us in Prest Money, at the Contemplacion of our moost best beloved Wief the Queene for hir commyng now unto oure Presence.
Yeven &c. at Wyndesore, the Sext Day of Aprill, the Yere &c. xxiij.
Pell.
R
.
To the Tresorer and Chamberleins, &c.
We Wol and Charge you that, for such things, as most be born in th'Office of oure Clerc of our Jewell, now for the Coronation of our right entierly Welbeloved Wyf the Queene, ye Deliver unto our trusty and welbeloved Squire John Merston, Keper of oure Jewells, sufficient Assignement of a thousand Marc, to be taken and received of the half xvthe Graunted unto us by the Lay People of this oure Reaume now in this present Parlement,
And also that ye Deliver unto him, in Prest Money, for the Cause abovesaide, Five Hundred Marc.
Yeven &c. at Southwyk, the xviij Day of Aprell.
Pell.
R
.
To the Tresorer and Chamberleins, &c.
We Wol and Charge you that unto oure trusty and welbeloved Knight Roger Fenys, Tresorer of oure Howseholde, ye Deliver sufficient Assignement, of the Half xvthe Graunted unto Us by the Lay People of this oure Reume now in this our present Parlement, of the Some of Two Thousand Marc.
And forthermore we Wol that ye Deliver unto him a Thousand Pound in Prest Monneye, for such Charg as we must bere now at the tyme of the Solempnitee of the Coronation of oure rizt entierly Welbeloved Wyf the Queene.
Yeven &c.
Pell.
R
.
To the Tresorer and Chamberleins, &c.
We Wol and Charge you that, for such Charges and Expenses as now at this Solempnitee of Coronation of our right entirely Welbeloved Wyf the Quene, moste be borne in the Office of our Chief Botiller of Englande, ye make sufficient Assignement unto oure trusty and welbeloved knight Roger Fenys, Tresorer of oure Houshold, of the Somme of a Thousand Pound, to be taken had and received of the Half xvthe Graunted unto Us by the Lay People of this oure Reaume nowe in this oure present Parlement,
And also we Wol and Charge you that, for such Charges and Expenses as at the tyme of the said Solempnitee moste be hade, borne, and susteyned in the said Office of oure Boteller, ye Deliver unto our saide Tresorer of Howesehold, in Prest Moneye, the some of Five Hundred Pounds.
The xviij Day of Aprill, the xxiij Yere &c. the King, at the Priorie of Southwyk, Comawnded the Keper of his Prive Seal to do make Letters, under the same Seal, after the Tenures above writen.
Present my Lordys
,
The Marquis of Suffolk,
The Tresorer of Englande,
And the Keper of the Prive Seel.
Benet.
Pell.
R. &c
.
To oure trusty and welbeloved Squier John Merston Keper of oure Jewell Greting.
For asmuch as we, by oure other Letters, under our Prive Seel, have yeve in Commawndement to the Tresorer and Chamberleins of oure Eschequier, to Deliver unto you a Puson of Golde called Iklyngton Coler, Garnisshed with iv Rubees, iv greet Saphurs, xxxij greet Perles, and liij other Perles, and also a Pectoral of Golde Garnished with Rubees, Perles, and Diamondes, and also with a greet Owche Garnishede with Diamondes, Rubees, and Perles, somtyme Bought of a Marchant of Coleyn for the Price of Two Thousand Marc,
We Wol and Charge you that, for such things as oure moost entierly right Welbeloved Wyf the Queene moost necessaryly bere for and at the tyme of the Solempnitee of hir Coronation, ye Deliver unto hir the said Pusan and Pectoral of oure Gyft.
Yeven &c. at Southwyk, the xviij Day of Aprill, the Yere &c. xxiij.
Pell.
R. &c
.
To the Tresorer and Chamberleins of oure Eschequier Greting.
We Wol and Charge you that, for such things as oure right entierly Welbeloved Wyf the Queene most necessaryly have for the Solempnitee of hir Coronation, ye Deliver, of oure Tresour, unto oure trusty and welbeloved Squier John Merston Keper of oure Jewell a Pusan of Golde called Iklyngton Coler, Garnished with iv Rubees, iv greet Saphurs, xxxij greet Perles, and liij other Perles. And also a Pectoral of Golde Garnished with Rubees, Perles, and Diamondes, and also with a greet Owche Garnished with Diamondes, Rubees, and Perles, somtyme Bought of a Marchant of Couleyn for the Price of Two Thousand Marc.
He as wel to Deliver the said Pusan as the said Pectoral unto oure saide Wyf of our Guft.
Yeven &c. at Southwyk, the xviij Day of Aprill, the Yere &c. xxiij.
The xviij Day of Aprill, the xxiij Yere &c. the Kyng, at the Priorie of Southwyk, commawnded the Keper of his Prive Seel, to do make Letters, under the same Seel, after the Tenures above written.
Present my Lordys,
The
Marquis of Suffolk,
The Tresorer of Englande,
And the Keper of the Prive Seel.
Benet.
R. &c.
To oure trusty and welbeloved Squier John Norreys, Squier for our Body, Keper of oure Greet Warderobe Greting.
We Wol and Charge you that unto oure trusty and welbeloved John Lord Dudley (the which is of oure Housesholde) ye Delivere out of oure saide Warderobe, ayenst the Feste of the Solempnitee of Coronation of oure right entierly welbeloved Wyf the Queene, viij Yerdes of Skarlet of oure Yeft,
And we wol that yees oure Letters be unto you hereine sufficient Warrant, and that by the same ye have due Allowance in your Accompt.
Yeven &c. at oure Priorye of Merton, the xj Day of May, the Yere of oure Regne xxiij.
April 19. Letters of safeguard for Adrian de Berssalia, of Brigdamme, advocate of Berghen, sheriff of Zealand. Westm.
O. xi. 84. H. v. p. i. 142.
De Salva Gardia.
An. 23. H. 6. Franc. 23. H. 6. m. 8.
Rex, per Literas suas Patentes, per Dimidium Annum duraturas, de Gratiâ suâ speciali, suscepit in salvum & securum Conductum suum, ac in Protectionem, Tuitionem, & Defensionem, & Salvam Gardiam suas speciales Adrianum de Berssalia de Brigdamme & de Dunelandia, Dominum Advocatum de Berghen in Hanonia, Vicecomitem Zeelandiae, in Regnum Regis Angliae, cum Quadraginta Personis Familiaribus & Servientibus suis in Comitivâ suâ, ac Auro, Argento, Equis, Manticis, Bogeis, Libris, Papiris, ac aliis Hernesiis suis, tàm per Terram, quàm per Mare, equestrè vel pedestrè, veniendo, ibidem morando, expectando, & perhendinando & exindè, quotiens sibi placuerit, versus Partes suas proprias salvò, & securè, ac liberè, & absque impedimento aliquo transeundo;
Proviso semper quòd praedictus Adrianus, &c. prout in similibus de Salva Gardia Literis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo nono die Aprilis.
May 12. Grant to the chief priest of S. Peter's Church, Julhac, of the tithes formerly held by the possessors of the castle and town of Gensac. Westm.
O. xi. 84. H. v. p. i. 142.
Pro Archiepresbiteratu Ecclesiae Sancti Petri de Julhaco.
An. 23. H. 6. Vasc. 23. H. 6. m. 1.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd,
Ob Reverentiam Dei & Honorem Sancti Petri, ac pro aliis certis Causis Nos in ea parte moventibus,
Dedimus & Concessimus Archiepre sbiteratui Ecclesiae sancti Petri de Julhaco, Basatensis Dioecesis, illam Quintam Partem cum Dimidia magnae Decimae dictae Ecclesiae de Julhaco,
Quas Possessores & Domini Castri & Villae de Gensaco in Ducatu nostro Aquitanniae, quae sunt de Dominico nostro, percipere consueverunt,
Quaeque, ut dicitur, Valorem annuum Viginti Sterlingorum communiter non excedunt,
Habendas & Tenendas eidem Archiepresbiteratui in puram & perpetuam Eleemosinam imperpetuùm.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium duodecimo Die Maii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo, & de Data praedicta, Auctoritate Parliamenti.
May 15. Grant of an annuity of 100l. to Richard Andrewe for his services in attending on the Q. on her journey to England. Westm.
O. xi. 85. H. v. p. i. 142.
Circa Attendentiam Reginae in Angliam.
An. 23. H. 6. Pat. 23. H. 6. p. 2. m. 14.
Rex omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Nos,
Considerantes grandes Custus, Labores, & Expensas, quos, dilectus & fidelis Secretarius noster, Ricardus Andrewe, circa Negotia nostra, in Ambassiatâ nostrâ, & specialiter circa Attendentiam Carissimae Consortis nostrae in Partibus Regni nostri Franciae, & in Adventu suo ad Praesentiam nostram, habuit & sustinuit, ac etiam bona, gratuita, & laudabilia Servitia quae ipse Nobis impendit & impendet in futurum,
De Gratiâ nostrâ speciali Concessimus ei Centum Libras, percipiendas singulis Annis, a Festo Sancti Michaelis ultimò praeterito, quamdiu nobis placuerit; videlicet, Sexaginta Libras de Custumis nostris Lanarum, Coriorum, & Pellium Lanutarum in Portu Villae nostrae Southamptoniae, per manus Collectorum earumdem Custumarum ibidem pro tempore existentium, ad Terminos Paschae & Sancti Michaelis per aequales Portiones, & Quadraginta Libras de Custumis nostris Lanarum, Coriorum, & Pellium Lanutarum, in Portu nostro Londoniae, per manus Collectorum earumdem Custumarum in eodem Portu Londoniae pro tempore existentium, ad Terminos praedictos per aequales Portiones,
Eo quòd expressa mentio de aliis Donis sive Concessionibus, eidem Ricardo per nos ante haec tempora factis, in praesentibus minimè facta existit, aut aliquo Statuto, Actu, Ordinatione, Restrictione, Mandato, Assignatione, vel aliquâ aliâ Re, Causâ, vel Materiâ quacumque in contrarium factis, provisis, seu faciendis, non obstantibus.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Decimo quinto Die Maii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo & de Data praedicta, Auctoritate Parliamenti.
June 9. Grant of an annuity of 20 marks to Thomas Adam, late master of the Cok Johan de Charbourgh, which conveyed the Q. to England. Westm.
O. xi. 85. H. v. p. i. 142.
Pro Magistro Navis, qui Reginam duxit in Angliam, de Feodo usitato.
An. 23. H. 6. Ibid. m. 15.
Rex omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd, prout informamur, hactenus extitit usitatum quòd, temporibus quibus Reginae in hoc Regnum nostrum venirent, certa Feoda Magistris Navium illarum, in quibus ipsae transmearent, concessa extiterunt,
Nos igitur, consideratione boni & diligentis Servitii quod, dilectus nobis, Thomas Adam, nuper Magister cujusdam Navis vocatae Cok Johan de Charbourgh, in qua praecarissima & praedilecta Consors nostra Regina in dictum Regnum nostrum Transmeavit, praefatae Consorti nostrae in Passagio suo praedicto impendit, de Gratiâ nostrâ speciali, Concessimus ei Viginti Marcas, percipiendas annuatim, pro Termino Vitae suae, immediatè post Decessum Johannis William Marinarii de Custumis nostris in Portu Villae nostrae Suthamptoniae, per manus Collectorum Custumarum nostrarum ibidem pro tempore existentium, ad Terminos Sancti Michaelis & Paschae, per aequales Portiones.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, nono Die Junii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo, & de Data praedicta, Auctoritate Parliamenti.
June 9. Commission of Charles K. of France to the count of Vendôme, the abp. of Rheims, the count de Laval, and four others, to treat for a final peace with England. Serry.
O. xi. 86. H. v. p. i. 143.
Commissio ad Concludendum Perpetuam Pacem cum Rege Angliae.
An. 23. H. 6. Ex Autogr.
Charles, par la grace de Dieu, Roy de France, a tous ceulx, qui ces presentes Lettres verront, Salut.
Comme, pour le Fait & Conduite du Traittie de la Paix d'entre Nous, & noz Royaume, Paiis, Subgetz, Amis, & Aliez, d'une Part, & Tresnoble Prince nôtre Nepueu, & les Royaume, Paiis, & Subgetz d'Angleterre, & ses Amis & Aliez, d'autre part, nôtre dit Nepueu eust puis certain temps enca envoie devers Nous ses Gens & Ambaxadeurs, avecques les quelz eussions fait Communiquer par aucuns des Seigneurs de nôtre Sang & Gens de nôtre Conseil sur la ditte Matiere,
Et, pour ce que en icelle ne puet lors estre mise Conclusion Final, Conscentismes certaine Treue, qui encore dure, a fin de mieulx faire vacquer, pendant icelle, a la Conduite de la ditte Paix,
En esperance de parvenir a la quelle, & pour monstrer par effect le grant & bon desir que tousjours y avons eu & avons de tout nôtre cuer,
Pour Honneur & Reverence de Dieu nôtre Createur, & pour la pitie & compassion des Afflictions du Peuple Christien, & pour eviter l'effusion de Sang Humain, & autres grans Maulx, & Inconveniens, qui a l'occasion de Guerre pourroient advenir, au grant Dommage & Affoiblissement de toute la Christiente, & pour les grans Biens qui se pourroient ensuir tant a la Conservation & Deffense de la Saintte Foy Catholique, comme autrement, en maintes Matieres de l'Union & bonne Amitie des Royaumes & Nations de France & d'Angleterre, & aussi pour la naturelle inclination d'Amour que avons a le Personne de nôtre dit Nepueu qui est si prouchinement de nôtre Sang & Lignage,
Nous ayons delibere d'envoier pardevers nôtre dit Nepueu aucuns de nôtre Sang & Lignage & Gens de nôtre Grant Conseil a nous feables, ayans Povoir souffisant pour Besongner en la ditte Matiere,
Savoir faisons que Nous,
Confians entierement & a plain des grans Sens, Prudence, Loyaulte, Preudommie, Experience, & bonne Diligence de nôtre Treschier & Ame Cousin le Conte de Vendosme Grant Maistre de nôtre Hostel, de nôtre Ame & feal Conseillier l'Arcevesque Duc de Reims Premier Per de France, de nôtre Chier & Feal Cousin le Conte de Laval, de nôtre Ame & Feal Conseillier & Premier Chambellan le Sire de Gaucourt, & de, noz Amez & Feaulx Conseilliers, le Sire de Pressigny nôtre Chambellan, Maistres Guillaume Cousinot Maistre des Requestes de nôtre Hostel, & Estienne Chivaler nôtre Secretaire.
Avons iceulx, & les Cinq, Quatre, & Trois d'iceulx Commis & Ordonnez, Commettons & Ordonnons par ces Presentes, noz Ambaxadeurs, Commissaires, Procureurs, & Messaiges especiaulx,
Et avons Donne & Ottroie, Donnons & Ottroions, a nos dites Ambaxadeurs & Commissaires, & aux Cinq, Quatre, & Trois d'iceulx (dont nôtre dit Cousin de Vendosme, le dit Arcevesque, & les diz de Pressigny ou Cousinot seront tousjours les Deux) plain Povoir, Auctorite, & Mandement especial de eulx Transporter ou dit Royaume d'Angleterre par devers nôtre dit Nepueu, & aillieurs ou ilz adviseront de eulx Comparoir & Representer depar Nous en la Presence de nôtre dit Nepueu, des Gens de son Conseil, des Estaz ou Parlement d'Angleterre, & de telz autres que icelui nôtre Nepueu vouldra Commettre & Depputer, ayans Povoir souffisant, & de tous autres, qu'ilz verront estre a faire pour le bien des Matieres dessusdites, de Convenir, & Assembler, de Proposer, Parler, Communiquer, & Besongner avecques eulx, & chascun d'eulx, de & sur les dittes Matieres,
Et de Traittier, Faire, & Conclurre Paix Final, Amitie, & Aliance parpetuelle,
Et de Transsiger, Pacifier, Appointtier, Accorder, pour Nous, & noz Hoirs, & Successeurs, nos dites Royaume, Paiis, & Subgetz, Terres, & Seigneuries quelzconques, de & sur tous Debatz, Contenscions, Guerres, Questions, Causes, Querelles, & Actions tant Reelles que Personnelles, Petitions, Controverses, & Demandes quelzconques avec leurs Circumstances & Deppendences, meves & a mouvoir entre Nous, & noz diz Paiis, Terres, & Seigneuries, Subgetz, Amis, Aliez, & Adherens, d'une part, & nôtre dit Nepueu pour Lui, ses Hoirs, & Successeurs, & les Royaume, Paiis, & Subgetz d'Angleterre, & ses autres Paiis, Terres, & Seigneuries, ou par Lui Pretendues, & leurs Amis, Aliez, & Adherens, d'autre, tout ainsi comme par nos diz Commissaires & Ambaxadeurs sera advise, ou que entre nôtre dit Nepueu ou ses Commis & Depputez & nos dites Commissaires & Ambaxadeurs, ou les Cinq, Quatre, ou Trois d'iceulx (Dont nôtre Cousin de Vendosme, le dit Arcevesque, & les diz de Pressigny ou Cousinot seront tousjours les Deux) sera Convenu, Appointtie, & Accorde,
Et de Proroger & Continuer la ditte Treue, ou de Nouvel, se mestier est, prendre, promettre, consentir, faire, & conclurre Treues Generales ou Particulieres, tant par Eaue, comme par Terre, & aussi par Mer, telles & a tel temps qu'ilz aviseront estre a faire, pour Nous, noz Royaume, Paiis, Terres, Seigneuries, Subjetz, Alez, & Adherans quelconques, avecques nôtre dit Nepueu, les Royaume, Paiis, Terres, Seigneuries, & Subgetz d'Angleterre, ses autres Subgetz, Paiis, Terres, & Seigneuries, ou par Lui Pretendues, leurs Amis, Aliez, & Adherans,
De faire Publier & Proclamer icelles Treues, qui ainsi seront Accordees, faittes, & promises, par tout ou besoing sera,
De Ordonner, Commettre, & Depputer Conservateurs & Juges des dittes Treues, telz & en tel Nombre qu'il leur semblera estre a faire,
Les quelz Conservateurs & Juges aient Puissance de Corriger, Refformer, & Punir tout ce qui auroit este fait & attempte contre & ou prejudice des dittes Treues,
De Jurer & Promettre, pour & ou Nom de Nous, la ditte Paix ou Treue,
Et generalment de Faire, Ordonner, & Conclurre, en la ditte Paix, & toutes autres choses dessusdites, & es Deppendences d'icelles, & de chascuns d'icelles, tout ce qu'ilz verront estre necessaire & convenable, comme en nôtre Personne faire pourrions si presens y estions, ja coit ce que la Chose Request Mandement plus especial,
De Jurer & Promettre, pour Nous & en nôtre Nom, les Appointtemens, Traittiez, Accords, Promesses, & Conclusions, qui par eulx auront este faittes, passes, accordees, & conclues en la ditte Paix, & en la Matiere d'icelle, & es autres Choses devantdittes,
Et sur tout baillier leurs Lettres en Forme deue & souffisant, & au Cas necessaires & appartenans, les quelles Nous Voulons avoir pareil & mesme effect & vigueur, comme se Nous mesmes, en nôtre Personne, les faisions & ottroions,
Promettans, en bonne Foy & en Parole de Roy, les dittes Lettres de nos diz Cousins, Ambaxadeurs, & Messages, & des Cinq, Quatre, & Trois d'iceulx, & tout ce que es matieres & choses dessusdites, & en chascune d'icelles, sera ainsi par eux Traittie, Appointtie, Accorde, Promis, Transige, Fait, Termine, & Conclud, avoir Agreable & Approuver, Ratiffier & Confermer par noz Lettres, & Tenir Ferme & Estable a tousjours & non venir a l'encontre, & tout sans fraude ou mal engin.
En Tesmoign de ce Nous avons fait mettre nôtre Seel a ces Presentes.
Donne a Serry, le ix Jour de Juing, l'An de Grace Mille, Quatrecens, Quarante cinq, & de nostre Regne le xxiii.
Par le Roy eu son Conseil.
Delaloere.
Sub Sigillo Magno suo Cerae albae pendente a cauda Pergamenae.
[June 9.] Commission for the same to treat for a personal interview between the Kings of France and England.
O. xi. 87. H. v. p. i. 143.
Commissio pro Conventione Personali.
An. 23. H. 6. Ex Autogr.
Charles, par la Grace de Dieu, Roy de France, a tous &c. ut supra usque ad haec verba, appointtie & accorde, tunc sic, & de Accepter, Conscentir, & Accorder l'Approuchement de Nous avec nôtre dit Nepueu en telle Marche & en telx Lieux de nôtre Royaume, & en tel temps, qu'ilz verront estre a faire, en esperance de convenir & assembler noz Personnes ensemble, ainsi que lors il sera advise estre expedient, pour mieulx parvenir a bonne Conclusion des Matieres dessusdites; Et generalment &c. ut supra.
Par le Roy en son Conseil
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Delaloere.
Sub Sigillo Magno suo Cerae albae pendente a cauda Pergamenae.