Rymer's Foedera Volume 10. Originally published by Apud Joannem Neulme, London, 1739-1745.
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The French King with his Lords Spiritual and Temporal, Citizens and Burgesses, Representing the Three Estates of France in Parliament, assembled at Paris in the Palace of Saint Paul, make this Peace a Publick Law, and Enact that every Subject Swear to Observe, and Maintain it, and take an Oath of Allegiance to King Henry, Regent and Heir of the Kingdom of France.
This, the Invincible, Your Most Noble Progenitor, King Henry the Fifth at Bois le Vincenns, on a Day well known in those Parts by the Name of Saint Fiacres, (not of a Disease call'd Saint Fiacres, ad Histories have reported) yielded to Death, leaving his Son King Henry the Sixth, not then Nine Months old, to succeed him.
Which Henry the Sixth, in the Eighth Year of his Reign, was Crown'd at St. Peter's Westminster, and soon after embark'd for France; where he, in Notre-Dame at Paris, with the like Ceremonies and Solempnity, was Crown'd King of France.
But why do I commemorate the Successes of former Ages? Your Reign, Most Redoubted Sovereign, Your Reign is all along a Reign of Wonders: And now the Eyes of Europe are all fix'd upon You, all big with Expectation what shining superlative Blessing Your God, who is the God of Wonders, reserves for You in this critical Juncture, in this the Ninth Year of Your glorious Reign; with Assurance that He will thereby compleat their Deliverance from the impending Yoak, and from the Oppression under which they labour; Which that He do, is the Prayer of