They promised not only safe-conducts, but the escort of a herald to and from the canton.
Other pleas of the Crown were: insult to the royal dignity, treason, breaches of safe-conducts, and injury to the King's servants.
Coligny had received the most absolute of safe-conducts from those to whom we were apparently bound.
During one of these years safe-conducts were given to no fewer than eighty-one Scottish students to study in Oxford.
They paid heavily; nay, if rumor could be trusted, safe-conducts could be purchased from him—in advance.
Dacke answers that he does not care to see "that rebel, and perjurer, and breaker of safe-conducts, Ericsson."
Another notable fact is, that they showed everywhere passes of safe-conducts from the Emperor Sigismund.
Safe-conducts are granted either by the government or by the officer in command of the region within which it is effective.
(c) Passports, safe-conducts, and safeguards are sometimes given in time of war.