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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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CHAP. XCVIII. THE RING OF FRANCE ORDERS THE LORD OF CL1S&ON, AND MANY OTHER LORDS OF BRITTANY AND NORMANDY, TO BEN BEHEADED. rjifjfjg ||je^ great armies were feparated, and the. fiege of Vannes raifed. The duke of Nor-' mandy retired to Nantes, and took the two cardinals with him : the king of Eiigland went to the coun-tefs bf Montfort at Hennebon. There was an ex-change made of the lord of Cliflbn for the baron of Stafford. When the king of England had been fome time at Hennebon with the countefs, and had arranged his affairs, he gate her nit charge to the two bror thers de Spiiiefort, fir William de Cadoudal and others, and fet out with his knights for England, where he arrived about Chriftmas.* The duke of Normandy returned into, France, and, having diibanded his army, each went to his own home. Soon afterwards, the lord of Cliflbn was affefted, upon fufpicion of treafon, and confined in the pri-fon of the Châtelet in Paris : at which all who heard it were much furprifed. • The barons and knights of France miked each cither what could he the reafon, for they could not make out any thing fatisfa&ory; but they imagined it might be occasioned by jealoufy, * Udfrard embarked about the end of February, and landed at Weymouth on a Sunday, 2d March, 1343,—H^mei, becaufe 43


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