The common council of Dax to Henry III: they send Hispaniolus, a knight, and A. R., a burgess, with a complaint that the burgesses of Bayonne unjustly prohibited them from entering their town; the burgesses refuse to accept settlement of the dispute made before either the vicomte of Tartas and Rustan de Solers, a burgess of Bordeaux, or Geoffrey de Nevill, chamberlain and seneschal of Gascony; and the vicomte of Béarn refused to help. They beg letters of quittance and liberty as granted to them by the late kings Richard and John.
Diplomatic Documents, I no. 58, ed. P Chaplais (HMSO, 1964); Royal and other historical letters, I no. 39, ed. W W Shirley, Rolls Series (Chronicles and Memorials, London, 1862-66); 5th Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records App II no. 959 p. 90 (London, 1844)
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