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Close Rolls, Henry V: January 1414

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry V: Volume 1, 1413-1419. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1929.

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January 1414

Jan. 28.
Westminster.
To the sheriffs of London. Order upon sight etc. to cause the truce to be proclaimed and kept; as a general truce by land and sea for one year, from sunrise on the Purification day next to sunset of that day 1414, has been agreed between the ambassadors, envoys and commissaries of the king's adversary of France, for himself, his realms, lands, dominions, subjects and allies, namely the kings of the Romans, of Castile and Leon, Bohemia, Scotland, Navarre and Aragon, the duke of Holand, the count of Hainault (Hanonie), the dukes of Brabant and Guelre, the earl of March of Scotland, the lords of Man and of the Isles of Scotland, their realms etc. on either side the sea, and the king's ambassadors and envoys for himself, his lands, dominions, subjects and allies, namely the kings of the Romans, of Castile and Leon, Denmark, Sweden and Norway and Portugal, Lewis duke of Bavaria, the count palatine of the Rhine, the duke of Brittany, duke William of Bavaria, the counts of Hainault, Holland and Zelland, the doge and commonalty of Genoa, Donald lord of the Isles and John Stanle for the lordship of Man, their realms etc. on either side the sea; and the king's will is that this truce be brought to the knowledge of all whom it concerns. By K.
Like writs to twelve sheriffs of fifteen counties etc., to the chancellor of the county palatine of Lancastre, and to John de Neville warden of the Westmarch towards Scotland and his representative there.
[Fœdera.]