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The Peace failed to secure French agreement, and Louis expressed disbelief over the constraints on Henry III's kingship. #1265
The Peace also stated that Magna Carta was to be observed. #1265
The Peace included provision for the church's reformation and permission for aliens to enter the kingdom provided they held no offices #1265
The Peace of Canterbury incorporated the ordinance made in the June Parliament. #1265
Terms known as the Peace of Canterbury were sent to Louis on 15 August 1264, probably as a response to the legate's orders on the 12th #1265
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He also demanded the release of the other royal hostages. The Provisions of Westminster were to be renounced.
On 12 August 1264 the papal legate ordered Montfort to admit him to England by 1st September. Henry III was to be restored to full power.
During the summer and autumn of 1264 the barons and bishops tried to negotiate with the French king to end the threat of invasion
Montfort's call to arms was successful and an enormous army came together in early August 1264 on Barham Down to resist the invader. #1265
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During the preparations against an invasion Montfort was in the Welsh Marches but he kept in contact with allies in the south east #1265
These negotiations would prove long and painful, carrying on throughout not only July, but August, September and October 1264. #1265
Alongside the military preparations negotiations were begun with the French to try and avert an invasion. #1265