The War of Saint-Sardos (1323-1325): Gascon Correspondence, and Diplomatic Documents

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TABLE OF DOCUMENTS
NO.DATEPAGE
1323
14 November Amaury de Craon to Edward II.1
2" "The same to Hugh le Despenser.1
36 December Ralph Basset to Edward II.2
4" "The same to Hugh le Despenser.3
58 " Adam Lymbergh to Edward II.3
613 " John Shoreditch, Richard of Gloucester and Robert
Wells to the same.
5
722 " Pons de Tournemire to the same.6
8DecemberAn English envoy to the same.6
1324
9? Beginning of
January
Letters of credence and credences given by Ralph Basset to his envoys to Charles IV.7
10"Summons to Gascon officials to appear before Charles IV
at Toulouse and protests thereon.
10
117 January John Hotham to Edward II.11
1211 " Edward II to Robert Baldock.12
136 and 19
January
French summons to the people of Bayonne to appear at
Saintes before the seneschals of Poitou and Saintonge
and answer for damages inflicted at sea upon Norman
mariners, and protests thereon.
12
14c. 23 January Ralph Basset to Edward II.15
1527 " Edward II to Ralph Basset, Adam Lymbergh, Elias
Joneston, Guillaume du Breuil and the keeper of the
port of Dover.
17
161 FebruaryThe same to Henry of Canterbury.18
17"The same to Ralph Basset and Adam Lymbergh.18
18"The same to Alphonse d'Espagne.19
196 "The mayor, jurats and university of Bordeaux to
Charles IV.
19
208 " Edward II to the same.20
21February Pierre de Cussac to Edward II.21
224 March Jean de Trie to Charles IV.22
235 " Charles de Valois to the same.24
247 " Edward II to the same.24
2513 " Jean de Trie to the same.25
2613-16 MarchEnglish protests against the proposed seizure of the castle
of Montpezat by Charles IV.
27

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