The Treaty of Bayonne (1388), with Preliminary Treaties of Trancoso (1387)

John Palmer, Brian Powell
University of Exeter, 1. jan. 1988 - 71 sider
The Treaty of Bayonne of 1388 between Juan I, King of Castile, and John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster and Pretender to the Castilian throne, was one of the most important treaties of the Hundred Years War. In the transcription of the documents, the original spellings of words, however inconsistent, have been respected.

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Powers of John of Gaunts Ambassadors
Amendments to the First Treaty
The Third Treaty of Trancoso

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John Palmer, a reference librarian in the Local History and Genealogy Room of the St. Joseph County Public Library prior to his retirement, is a member of the Northern Indiana Historical Society, the South Bend Area Genealogical Society, and the Support the Fort Group, Inc. He is the author of South Bend: Crossroads of Commerce, also published by Arcadia.

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