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However, before Montfort could respond, events took a dramatic turn.#1265

03/10/2014 13:05

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On 3rd October 1264, the Montfortians were given an ultimatum: submit to the settlement within 15 days or face excommunication.#1265

03/10/2014 13:02

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The Montfortians responded by proposing minor amendments, an evasive response which left the French frustrated.

24/09/2014 13:20

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The envoys could not ratify the amendments and returned home, with letters of excommunication for publication if they were rejected. #1265

24/09/2014 13:10

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On 24 September 1264 the plan was taken to France by a group of envoys, who found themselves under pressure to change the settlement. #1265

24/09/2014 13:05

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Today we've been looking through some petitions from Merthyr for our project work with @GlamArchives! http://t.co/7ryEI5VJus

19/09/2014 14:51

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The new settlement was more favourable for Montfort. #1265

15/09/2014 13:05

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A new settlement was put forward on 15th September 1264, which sought reformation of the state and gave the legate powers as arbiter.#1265

15/09/2014 13:02

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This revision would reopen the debates over conciliar supervision and threatened Montfort's position. In the event it did not progress.#1265

11/09/2014 13:15

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...between Henry and Montfort would be settled #1265

11/09/2014 13:10

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2 conditions were attached to the new scheme: only natives were to participate in government and the quarrels .... #1265

11/09/2014 13:05

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On 11th September 1264 a new scheme proposed that a committee of 4 revise the Peace of Canterbury #1265

11/09/2014 13:02

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One proposed scheme involved the release of Henry of Almain on 4th September 1264 in order for him to go to France to discuss peace #1265

04/09/2014 13:05

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Montfort's supporters were unsure as to how to break the impasse and plotted potential schemes for resolution #1265

04/09/2014 13:02

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In late August 1264 the bishops and barons defended the Peace of Canterbury in response to French rejection of it #1265

29/08/2014 15:35

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