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Notification of the King’s grant to the men of La Rèole of rights of free transit

Identity

B191

Title

Notification of the King’s grant to the men of La Rèole of rights of free transit

Beneficiary

Men of La Rèole (People)

Date of issue

2 November 1206

Place of issue

La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime) (Places)

Sources

B = PRO C 61/59 (Gascon Roll 21 Edward III, 1347-8), m.8
C = AN JJ73 fos.179v-180r (151v-152r) no.228, in an inspeximus reciting an inspeximus by John king of Bohemia confirming with orders to seneschals Agenais, Gascony and Perigueux to enforce, 6 January 1338/9, February 1340/1
D = La Rèole, Archives municipales AA4 (inventoried as Bordeaux AD Gironde E Supl. 2773) fo.23v, copy of the vidimus C, s.xv, and cf AA1 and AA2

Printed

Pd (calendar from C) RTC, iii part 2, 220 no.4697

Comment

Here from C.

Transcription

Iohannes Dei gratia rex Anglie dominus Hibern(ie)dux Normandie et Acquitan(ie) comes Andegau(ie) comitibus, baronibus, iusticiariis, vicecomitibus, sen(escal)lis, prepo(s)itis, ministris et omnibus baill(iu)is et fidelibus suis ad quos presens carta peruenerit salutem.  Sciatis quod concessimus dilectis et fidelibus burgen(sibus) nostris de Regula quod eant et reddeant saluo et secure per omnes terras nostras et per omnem potestatem nostram cum omnibus rebus et merchandisis suis et negocientur per easdem libertates quas omnes (sic in ms. for (h)om(in)es)) nostri Burdeg’ habent, et prohibemus super forisfactur(am) nostram quod nullus eis super hoc faciat iniuriam aliquam vel grauamen quia illos et omnia sua recepimus in protectionem et deffencionem nostram.  T(estibus) domino P(etro) Winton’ et domino H. Xantonen’ episcopus (sic), Sauar(ico) de Malleone, W(illelmo) comes Saresbr’, W(illelmo) comes Warenn’, Rob(erto) de Turnch’, Regin(aldo) de Pont’.  Data per manum Hug(onis) de Well’ arch(idiacono) Well’ apud Rupell’, ii. die Nouembr(is) anno regni nostri octauo.

Calendar

Notification that th eking has granted to the men of La Rèole rights of free tansit through all the king’s lands by the same liberties that the men of Bourdeaux have.

Charters not found in surviving rolls