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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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brother to the king; the duke of Burgundy, - foil of the queen by her firft marriage with the lord Philip of Burgundy ; the earl of Dammartin, and many others. The king fet out from Rheims on the Monday, and returned to Paris, by way of Laon, Soiffons and Senlis. The king and queen made their public entry into Paris on a Sunday; the 17th of Oétpber. There were great feafis, which lafted the whele week. The king remained at Paris at the hôtel de Nefle, or at the palace, until near Martinmas; when he affembled his par-liament. • On Tuefday, the 16th day of November follow-ing, Raoul, earl of Eu and Guignes, con fiable of France, who was but lately returned from his prifon in England, was arretted,. by orders from the king, in the hôtel de Nefle*, where king John re-tided, by the provoft of Paris, and was detained in confinement in his hôtel, until the next Thurfday ; when, about the hour of matins, he was there be-headed, in the prefence of the duke of Bourbon, the earl of Armagnac, the earl of Montfort, the lord John of Boulogne, the earl of Rueil, and many other knights, who attended the execution by com-mand of the king, at that time in his palace. He was thus executed, for great treafons, of which he had confeifed himfelf guilty to the duke of Athens *The hôtel de Nefle is n»w deniolifhed ; and its fituation would be unknown, were it not for a curious memoir refpeéting it, in the xxiiid vol. of the Mémoires de l'Académie, by M. Bonamy; o which I refer the reader. and 268


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