While Watts suggests that the "advertiriment" may have been drawn up as part of an attempt to place Somerset on trial during the November 1450 assembly, Curry argues that the mention of the loss of Guienne
(1451) renders it more likely that it refers to the later articles presented by York.
1337 Felipe VI de Francia confisca las posesiones inglesas en Guienne
Eduardo III de Inglaterra se declara rey de Francia.
Tam, I 1, 37, AD; Daniel Benoit, "Pierre de Vernejoul, procureur au Parlement de Guienne
et son journal inedit (1673-1691)," BSHPF 53:4 (1904): 410; Felice, Les protestants d'autrefois, 165; Papier pour le Consistoire de Barbezieux (Angouleme: Association Genealogique de la Charente, 1990), 10.
7] 4236, dossier 10, letter addressed to Charon deumuron dan la rue de Steteruie no 15 a la Rochelle aremon de la Charente; pour remettre a tous compagnons Charon qui son en ville a la Rochelle; a Madame Voisin Mere des compagnons from compagnons de Bordeaux en guienne
Whether, as some say, they were brought to England by Richard the First on his return from the Holy Land; or whether, as Leibnitz affirms, they were the work of Otho when he was Lord or Seigneur of Oleron by the cession made to him by Richard of the provinces of Guienne
and Poitou; or, again, whether, as Pardessus maintains (vol.